Non-Profit Group Brings Construction Expertise To Md.

BERLIN — After almost 15 years of success in Delaware, Contractors for a Cause (CFAC), a non-profit construction organization, has decided to set up shop in Worcester County.“They’ve done amazing things in Delaware,” said Worcester Youth and Family Counseling Services (WYFCS) Director of Development and Donor Relations Stefanie Gordy.WYFCS, along with Diakonia, a transitional living… Read more »

Minke Whale Found In Watershed Creek

Minke Whale Found In Watershed Creek

BERLIN — A juvenile minke whale had to be euthanized last week after being discovered on a mud flat in Turville Creek near Ocean Pines.National Aquarium in Baltimore Stranding Coordinator Jennifer Dittmar and an associate were stationed on the scene last Friday morning at the county boat ramp off Gum Point Road. The whale was… Read more »

Wicomico Deputy Sheriff Shot In Cambridge

Wicomico Deputy Sheriff Shot In Cambridge

CAMBRIDGE — A Wicomico County deputy sheriff is recovering from a gunshot wound and a suspect wanted on multiple arrest warrants is in custody and facing more charges as Maryland State Police continue the investigation into the attempted murder of a police officer Wednesday morning in Dorchester County.The suspect is identified as Tavone A. Dobson,… Read more »

Mallards Fall in ESIAC Final

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys varsity basketball team closed out its season last week with a 56-51 loss to Holly Grove in the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference (ESIAC) tournament championship game.The Mallards fell to Holly Grove in the title game after beating Salisbury Christian, 47-43, in the ESIAC semifinals. The loss wrapped up a remarkably… Read more »

Decatur Girls Bow Out of States

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity basketball team closed out its 2011-2012 campaign with a 61-47 loss to Mount Hebron in the first round of the state Class 3A-East region tournament, but the loss did little to tarnish what was another successful season for the Seahawks.Decatur entered the Class 3A-East region tournament as the number-five seed… Read more »

Seahawks Strong In Region, 4 Advance

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity wrestling team turned in a strong performance at the state 4A-3A-East region tournament last weekend, finishing sixth overall as a team among the 25 schools represented and sending four to the state championship meet this weekend.As a team, the Seahawks finished with 70 total points, good enough for sixth place overall… Read more »

Fundraisers Set for Local Lax Coach

OCEAN CITY- A two-day special fundraising event has been planned for this weekend to benefit a Berlin resident, surfer, lacrosse coach and builder battling a rare degenerative disease for over two years.In 2009, Steve Falck, a local surfer and girls’ lacrosse coach, among many other attributes, was stricken with Multiple Systems Atrophy, a rare and… Read more »

Seahawks Win One, Lose One at States

BERLIN- It was win one, lose one this week for Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity basketball team, which beat Northeast in the first round of the state Class 3A-East region tournament last Friday before falling to Atholton on the road on Tuesday.The Seahawks entered the 3A-East region tournament as the number 12 seed, but upset fifth-seeded… Read more »