Decatur Girls Fall in 1st Round

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team’s first foray into state Class 3A competition ended last Thursday with a 2-1 loss to Atholton on the rainy, windswept field in Seahawk Stadium.In their first-ever competition in the state’s 3A tournament after moving up in class last year following restructuring based on enrollment figures, the Seahawks drew… Read more »

Berlin Dolphins Win Thriller

BERLIN- The Berlin Dolphins cadet football team outlasted the visiting Salisbury Tarheels last Saturday, 13-12, in torrential downpours to inch closer to a playoff berth in Salvation Army Youth Football League action.The Berlin Dolphins cadet team (ages 7-10) and the Salisbury Tarheels faced off in an important game at Buckingham Elementary last Saturday in front… Read more »

Three Arrested After Brawl In Berlin

BERLIN – Three Berlin residents were arrested and charged last week with a variety of offenses from first-degree assault to resisting arrest after a donnybrook at a Bay Street apartment complex.On Oct. 20, Berlin Police responded to a residence on Bay Street for a reported fight in progress. The investigation revealed one man, George Nock,… Read more »

Seaside 10/5K Held In Rain, Wind

Seaside 10/5K Held In Rain, Wind

OCEAN CITY – Despite the wind and heavy downpours at race time last Saturday, the 15th Annual Mid-Atlantic Seaside 10 and 5K race drew decent numbers with hundreds of runners from all over the country participating in the annual event.The Seaside 10 is a 10-mile race that begins at the Inlet in Ocean City and… Read more »

OC Man Charged With Assault, False Imprisonment

OCEAN CITY – An Ocean City man was arrested early yesterday morning after holding his girlfriend against her will at knifepoint and threatening to kill her during a domestic argument.Chaka Ato Shabazz Brown, 30, of Ocean City, was arrested early Thursday morning and charged with first- and second-degree assault, false imprisonment and carrying a deadly… Read more »

Drug Kingpin Faces Life In Prison

BERLIN – A Worcester County man was found guilty this week in U.S. District Court on four counts of possession with intent to distribute cocaine and conspiracy to distribute cocaine and faces a minimum of 40 years in jail and a maximum of life in prison.A federal jury late Tuesday afternoon returned guilty verdicts on… Read more »

Council Eyes Changes To Project Review Process

OCEAN CITY – The Mayor and Council unanimously agreed Tuesday to continue discussion over major and minor changes in the planning and zoning community development process, agreeing that changes to the current code need to be made.The months of contention surrounding the Rivendell project as well as the debate over what should have been considered… Read more »