Tax Law’s Impact

OCEAN CITY – The $858 billion tax law enacted in December – formally known as the Tax Relief, Unemployment Insurance Reauthorization and Job Creation Act of 2010 (the "Act") – promises to affect Americans of all income levels. But while it largely keeps rates steady for the next two years, it also includes some major changes that… Read more »

OC Rec Basketball Action Continues

OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s boys’ winter basketball league continued this week with a full slate of games at Northside Park. The following is a quick look at some of this week’s action: (bullet) Ocean City Lions Club 30- OC FOP 24: Josh Kleinstuber scored 16 points, while Tim Roberts scored… Read more »

Half Marathon Kick-Off Event Next Week

BERLIN- With the annual Ocean City Half Marathon coming up again in April, one local team of runners representing an important safety net for Worcester County is already organizing a kick-off party and registration event for the annual race. The Ocean City Half Marathon and associated 5K race is set to return on April 30… Read more »

Coastal Lax Club Seeking Players

BERLIN- The Coastal Lacrosse Club is seeking players for its 2011 outdoor spring season, but with limited space for players, the team rosters are filling up quickly. The Coastal Lacrosse Club, founded in 2009, is one of Worcester County’s only non-profit lacrosse organization serving young players throughout the area and across Delmarva. The club offers… Read more »

Decatur Roll Past Queen Anne’s

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team remained unbeaten last weekend, cruising past visiting Queen Anne’s, 60-9, to improve to 7-0 heading into a big non-conference dual meet this weekend. The Seahawks lost just two of 14 matches against Queen Anne’s at home last Friday and collected six pins along the way. Matt Meekins started the… Read more »

Decatur Girls Drop A Pair

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity basketball team dropped a pair of tough games this week, falling to Wicomico, 63-53, last Thursday before losing to Snow Hill, 70-43, on the road on Tuesday. The Seahawks continued to show signs of improving on both ends of the floor but have had little success in terms of the… Read more »

Beach Lax Seeking Players, Volunteers

BERLIN- The Beach Lacrosse Club, a volunteer organization that has been around for 18 years and has introduced thousands of young players to the game, is now accepting applications for its spring program. Beach Lacrosse is seeking boys and girls for several teams at various age and skill levels including under-9, under-11, under-13, and under-15…. Read more »

Seahawks Outlast Eagles

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team withstood a big run in the middle of the game by visiting Snow Hill on Tuesday to get by the Eagles, 55-51, to pull to .500 for the season. In basketball, like most sports, what happened in the middle of a game is not as important as what… Read more »

SDHS Swistak

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Decatur’s Matt Swistak puts up a jumper in the paint during the Seahawks’ 55-51 win over county rival Snow Hill on Tuesday. Swistak finished with a game-high 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Photo by Shawn Soper