Lower Shore Child Care Resource Center Awarded Community Needs Grant

The Lower Shore Child Care Resource Center at Salisbury University has been awarded a $5,842 Community Needs Program grant from the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) to help support the center’s Mobile Science Museum. Pictured accepting the grant are Dr. Ed Robeck, Salisbury University faculty member, left, and Karen Goldman-Karten, Center Director, center,… Read more »

SDHS Teacher Receives Appreciation Letter From OC/Berlin Optimist Club

Stephen Decatur High School teacher Mary Candeloro receives a letter of appreciation and a Fager’s Island gift card from Ocean City-Berlin Optimist Youth Foundation Lottery Coordinator George Balunis. Candelero, a former youth foundation scholarship winner and a 2002 graduate of Deactur, assisted the foundation in picking the winning $100,000 ticket for the Optimist Youth Foundation… Read more »

Things I Like

Things I Like

A cluster of daffodils along a roadAll the kids’ colorful Easter outfits at church Planning to never use TwitterThe new Crabs To Go buildingWatching my son stand on his own The last day of the Masters A US flag hanging in front of a house An old beat up jeep Led Zeppelin’s early albums A… Read more »

Guilty Verdict In Pocomoke Murder Case

SNOW HILL – A Worcester County jury deliberated for a little more than an hour on Wednesday afternoon before returning guilty verdicts on first-degree murder and other charges against a Pittsville man charged in the stabbing death of a Pocomoke man.Charles Robert Phillips, 30, of Pittsville, appeared stoic in court as the 12-member jury returned… Read more »

Seahawks Edge Rams, 7-6

Seahawks Edge Rams, 7-6

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity softball team recovered from its first loss of the season last week with a dramatic 7-6 win over visiting James M. Bennett at home on Tuesday.The Seahawks had breezed through the first part of their season, clobbering their first four opponents by a combined 67-1 including five shutouts. However, Decatur was… Read more »