Worcester Prep School’s Student Government Association Sponsors “Wear Your Pink” Casual Day

Worcester Prep School’s Student Government Association Sponsors “Wear Your Pink” Casual Day

Worcester Preparatory School’s Student Government Association sponsored a “Wear Your Pink” casual day for a $1 donation in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All proceeds will be donated to the local chapter of Women Supporting Women. Pictured, back from left, are Thomas Buas, SGA Treasurer; Lucas Baier, SGA President; Jennifer Corron, teacher and breast… Read more »

Decatur Tops Worcester in Local Ryder Cup

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity golf team beat Worcester Prep this week in the second leg of the annual Ryder Cup-style tournament between the neighborhood rival to take a commanding lead in the series. In the alternate shot format leg, Decatur’s Andrew Urban and Matt Kristick edged Worcester’s Billy Brittingham and Jason Cook, while Delaney Iacona… Read more »

Things To Do Around Town

Every Saturday & Sunday Through-Nov. 24: Soups On 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Ocean City Airport. To benefit the Ocean City Aviation’s Huey Veterans Memorial restoration and future maintenance. Enjoy a cup of soup, dessert and view the memorial. Suggested donation: $5. For more information, 410-726-7207 or 410-641-6888.Every Sunday: Morning Worship 8:30 a.m., contemporary; 10 a.m., traditional,… Read more »

Scam Warning Issued

OCEAN CITY — Ocean City Police this week are advising business owners and restaurant workers to be vigilant of a potential scam involving an unidentified woman entering businesses and telling a desperate story about a lost wallet or purse and asking money for help in a dire situation. On at least four occasions in less… Read more »

Hunting Fatality In Bishopville

BISHOPVILLE — A Selbyville man reportedly fell to his death from a deer-stand in a rural area near Bishopville in northern Worcester County on Tuesday morning, becoming the first deer hunting fatality reported in Maryland this year. According to Maryland Natural Resources Police (NRP), Richard F. Jenkins, 76, of Selbyville, left his home around 6… Read more »