Decatur Girls Off to a Good Start

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity lacrosse team turned in a dominating performance on the road on Wednesday, beating host Cambridge-South Dorchester, 18-0, in the season opener.The Seahawks jumped all over the Vikings early and often on the way to the 18-0 romp. Erin Florek led the assault with four goals and two assists, while Layla… Read more »

Seaside Dance Scores Big in Regional Event

Seaside Dance Scores Big in Regional Event

BERLIN- The Seaside Dance Academy last week attended the JUMP dance convention in Washington, D.C. and returned with several individual honors along with a few scholarships to a similar event in New York City this summer.JUMP is an international dance company that offers a competitive setting for regional studios such as Seaside, along with a… Read more »

St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament Concludes

St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament Concludes

Shawn J. Soper Sports EditorOCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s 24th Annual St. Patrick’s Soccer Tournament concluded last weekend after hosting over 150 teams from all over the mid-Atlantic region for the last month.From modest beginnings, the annual tournament has grown by leaps and bounds over the last two decades and is… Read more »

Seahawks Cruise Past Vikings in Opener

Seahawks Cruise Past Vikings in Opener

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team got its season off to a good start on Wednesday by thrashing visiting Cambridge-South Dorchester, 11-1, in the opener for both teams.The Seahawks wasted no time getting on the board with a goal by Curtis Snyder just 31 seconds into the contest. Snyder scored again at the 6:33… Read more »

Decatur Blanks Indians on Opening Day

Decatur Blanks Indians on Opening Day

BERLIN- Decatur’s varsity baseball team got a strong performance on the mound and clutch hitting at the plate to blank visiting Wicomico, 9-0, on Opening Day on Wednesday.Mike O’Neill was dominating at times on Wednesday in the season opener, allowing just four hits and scattering a handful of walks for six shutout innings. O’Neill also… Read more »

Iacona Leads Seahawks over Indians

Iacona Leads Seahawks over Indians

BERLIN- Decatur’s varsity softball team trounced Wicomico, 8-2, on Tuesday in season opener behind a strong performance by Jessica Iacona on the mound and at the plate.Iacona went the distance on the mound, allowing just two runs and scattering nine hits while striking out six. She also helped her own cause with three hits, two… Read more »

NEW FOR THURSDAY: Process Behind School Delay Decisions Detailed

NEW FOR THURSDAY: Process Behind School Delay Decisions Detailed

NEWARK — With a continued pattern of thick, early morning fog this week, Worcester County Public Schools were delayed Wednesday and today, but not Tuesday, prompting questions about the process and what factors into the decision.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office">On Tuesday, thick fog blanketed much of the county in the early morning… Read more »

Salisbury Shipyard Gets Fed Grant

SALISBURY — U.S. Transportation officials this week announced $9.98 million in grants to 15 small shipyards throughout the U.S. including over $400,000 for the shipyard at Salisbury to pay for modernizations that will increase productivity and help the country’s small shipyards compete in the global marketplace.“In cities and towns across America, shipyards are creating jobs… Read more »

MSO To Present Spring Concert

BERLIN — The Mid-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra (MSO), under the baton of Assistant Conductor Simeone Tartaglione will present its Spring Concert this weekend.Tartaglione is an impressive musician and experienced conductor. A native of Italy, he is an accomplished pianist and currently Music Director of the Newark Symphony Orchestra (Delaware), in addition to being the MSO Assistant… Read more »