Coach Honored For 200th Season Win

Worcester County Board of Education members last week honored Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team for another outstanding season. Junior Co-Captain Nick Craven was recognized for making First Team-All Conference, while Coach Bob Knox was honored for collecting his 200th career win this season, a record accomplished by only a dozen other coaches in Maryland high… Read more »

Seahawks Win First Tournament Game

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team upheld it end of the bargain on the first day of the inaugural Governor’s Challenge this week, beating Woodbridge, 50-47, for one of just three wins by Maryland teams on Day One.Decatur competed this week in the first annual Governor’s Challenge at the Wicomico Youth and Civic Center… Read more »

Storm Cancels Coleman Tournament

BERLIN- Last weekend’s snowstorm forced the cancellation of the annual John Coleman Tournament, which was scheduled to be hosted by the Stephen Decatur girls’ varsity basketball team this week.The Seahawks were set to host the annual John Coleman Tournament this week, featuring the three public high school teams in Worcester County along with three at-large… Read more »

Decatur Wrestlers Finish 1st Half Strong

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team wrapped up the first segment of its 2010-2011 campaign on a high note last week, beating Patuxent and Wicomico in a dual meet to finish with a perfect 6-0 mark going into the holiday break.The Seahawks dominated the early part of the season, jumping out to a 6-0 record… Read more »

DNA Solves Year-Old Burglary

BERLIN – An Ocean City man was arrested on burglary charges this week after DNA analysis linked him to the break-in of a Berlin business last January.Last Jan. 22, Maryland State Police troopers and Worcester County Bureau of Investigation (WCBI) detectives responded to Atlantic Aquatec on Route 50 near Berlin for a reported burglary. The… Read more »

We Remeber Those We Have Lost

Anna M. VailSTOCKTON – Anna Mae Vail, 81, died Saturday, Dec. 25, at the Peninsula Regional Medical Center.Born in Watkins Glenn, N.Y., she was the daughter of the late Angelo Lewis Notarfonzo and Gladys Bertha Isham Notarfonzo. She is survived by her husband, Carryl M. Vail, and children, Richard Angelo Ewing of Webster, N.Y., Andrew… Read more »

WPS Holds Annual Christmas Concert

Worcester Prep’s Choral groups in Upper School and Middle School performed at the Annual Christmas Concert and the All-School Assembly. The school’s ensemble also sang at the Atlantic Hotel, Gull Creek, Adult Medical Day Care in Snow Hill, Mallard Landing, and the Taylorville United Methodist Church. Some of the members are, front from left, Meredith… Read more »

BIS Students Record Public Service Announcement

Jason Hearne and Lindsey Jones were chosen to represent Berlin Intermediate School and the 6th Grade Dolphin Team at Berlin Intermediate School for their outstanding dedication and hard work during their service learning experience. They traveled to WOCM 98.1 to record a public service announcement about the Maryland Coastal Bays. Above, Hearne and Jones are shown live on… Read more »