How Going Green Can Help Finances

How Going Green Can Help Finances

OCEAN CITY – When Scott Sklar was planning the offices of The Stella Group, his five-person strategic marketing and policy firm, he put his company’s expertise in eco-friendly work environments to work on the new headquarters’ design. A $20,000 investment in solar shingles and a wind turbine reduced his monthly energy bill to $70 a… Read more »

What’s Your Sign?

What’s Your Sign?

ARIES (March 21 to April 19): Untangling personal problems might take more time than the impatient Lamb expected. But it’s important to hang in there until all those knotty situations are straightened out.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): You still need to work out last-minute snags in your dealings with a rival. Hold your ground… Read more »

Things I Like

Things I Like

A dog hanging his head out the windowWhen a house project is completeWatching my son’s first steps Books so good you don’t want them to endA cold beer kept that way by a huggieShirts that don’t wrinkle easilyA steady breeze blowing through the houseThe smell of new mulchA horseshoe pit in the backyardShort voice mail… Read more »

Decatur Tops Kent Island for Bayside Title

BERLIN- It took a little while for the Stephen Decatur women’s varsity lacrosse team to get the offense cranked up in the rain and slop in the Bayside Conference championship on Tuesday, but the Seahawks found their groove and rolled to a 14-9 win over north division champion Kent Island to claim their fourth straight… Read more »

Seahawk Nine Wraps Perfect Regular Season

Seahawk Nine Wraps Perfect Regular Season

BERLIN- Decatur’s varsity baseball team wrapped up a perfect regular season with a 15-1 shellacking of county rival Pocomoke last Thursday and earned the top seed in the state Class 3A East playoffs when the brackets were unveiled on Wednesday.The Seahawks ran the table in the regular season, which concluded last week with a 15-1… Read more »

Mallards To Host ESIAC Title Game

Mallards To Host ESIAC Title Game

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team breezed through its Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) tournament semifinal on a damp, drizzly afternoon on Wednesday, beating visiting Salisbury School, 14-5, to advance to the title game.The Mallards beat the Dragons, 14-5, on Wednesday to return to the ESIAC championship game again after taking a one-year… Read more »

Decatur to Face Easton in States

Decatur to Face Easton in States

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team righted the ship last week, beating Kent Island, 18-5, after losing three straight to gain some momentum heading into the state playoffs.The Seahawks had fallen to Queen Anne’s, Parkside and Easton going into last Friday’s game with Kent Island. In the regular season finale, Decatur rediscovered its stride… Read more »

Decatur Softball a Two-Seed in East

Decatur Softball a Two-Seed in East

BERLIN- Decatur’s varsity softball team closed out its regular season with a couple of wins last weekend to finish 13-4 overall and earn a number-two seed in the state Class 3A-2A East region tournament.Last Saturday, the Seahawks beat county rival Snow Hill, 5-2, behind Maddie Justice, who picked up the win and helped her own… Read more »