Stolen Jewelry Pawned

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Stolen Jewelry Pawned BERLIN – A Crisfield woman was arrested on theft charges last week after pawning jewelry she allegedly stole from two residences in Bishopville while working as a maid. Around 3:30 p.m. last Friday, Worcester County Bureau of Investigations detectives were probing the theft of jewelry from two residences in Bishopville when they… Read more »

Mallards Cruise in Season Opener

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BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity basketball team got off to a fast start last week, routing visiting Wye River Upper School, 48-7, to open the 2010-2011 campaign. The young, but deep Mallards jumped all over Wye River early, building a 13-3 lead by the end of the first quarter and extending it to 24-4 by… Read more »

Black Friday Tournament Underway

OCEAN CITY- Local anglers hoping to avoid the crowds and holiday shopping next weekend and perhaps win some money instead of spending it are participating in the 4th Annual Black Friday 550 Rockfish Tournament, which got underway this morning out of the Ocean City Fishing Center. For the next three days, local fishing enthusiasts looking… Read more »

Junior Dolphins Advance to Title Game

BERLIN- The unbeaten Berlin Junior Dolphins youth football team picked up in the playoffs where they left off, beating the Salisbury Terps, 27-7, on Monday to advance to the league championship game. The Junior Dolphins rolled through their regular season schedule, going 8-0, to earn the top seed in the Salvation Army “Red Shield” League… Read more »

Indoor Soccer League Forming

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Adult Winter Indoor Soccer League is getting ready to resume with an organizational meeting set for Monday, November 29, at Northside Park at 6:30 p.m. The highly competitive league includes teams from all over the region. Games are played on Friday and Saturday evenings throughout the winter… Read more »

New Management Firm for OP Golf

OCEAN PINES- The Ocean Pines Association this week announced it was contracting with the well-known and highly successful Billy Casper Golf to manage its Ocean Pines Golf and Country Club. Billy Casper Golf, owner and operator of over 125 golf courses including 25 in the mid-Atlantic area, will take over day-to-day operations at the Ocean… Read more »

Worcester Girls Open with New Coach

BERLIN- Under the helm of a new head coach, Worcester Prep’s girls’ varsity basketball team is expected to make great strides this year, and if a 42-8 shellacking of visiting Wye River Upper School in the season opener last week is any indication, the Mallards are hitting their stride already. Page Watts, an assistant under… Read more »

Cadets Finish Season Unbeaten

Shawn J. Soper Sports Editor Cadets Finish Season Unbeaten BERLIN- The Berlin Cadet Dolphins youth football team last week beat the Salisbury Terps, 18-13, to capture the Salvation Army “Red Shield” League championship and finish the regular season with a perfect 8-0 record. With the win over the Terps, which came into the game in… Read more »

Big Drama in Flag Football Playoffs

OCEAN CITY- The second round of the Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s Fall Flag Football League took a dramatic turn this week when Kirby’s Pub upset top-seeded and unbeaten Seacrets, 18-13, on Monday. Seacrets finished the season with an 8-0 record and the top seed in the playoffs, but Kirby’s sent the regular season… Read more »

We Remember Those We Have Lost

Dr. Robert R. Holthaus BERLIN – Dr. Robert R. Holthaus, a retired pediatrician, died Sunday, Nov. 21 at Gilchrist Center of complications from cancer. The Ocean City and Glen Arm resident was 71. Holthaus was a 1957 graduate of Patterson High School and a 1961 graduate of the University of Maryland at College Park. He… Read more »