No Bids For Beach Horse Proposal

No Bids For Beach Horse Proposal

OCEAN CITY – The town received no responses from interested equestrian organizations to provide a horseback riding concession on the beach. According to City Manager David Recor, a Request for Proposals (RFP) for horseback riding services on the beach downtown was advertised twice and RFPs were sent to a total of nine regional equestrian organizations…. Read more »

Open Houses Of The Week

OCEAN CITY Makai Condominiums 42nd St. Bayside Sat & Sun 10-4 New Construction 2BR & Studio Condos Ben Dawson The Fritschle Group/ Condominium Realty 410-603-2205OCEAN CITY Sunset Island 67th St & The Bay Open Sat & Sun Condos, Townhomes, Single Family Homes Luxury Resort Living Terry Riley Vantage Resort Realty 443-880-0512OCEAN CITY The Gateway Grand… Read more »

Decatur Girls Scalp Indians, 64-30

BERLIN- After suffering their first defeat at the hands of Mardela last week, the Stephen Decatur girls’ varsity basketball team rebounded with a convincing 64-30 win over Bayside South rival Wicomico last Friday on the road. The Seahawks crushed North Caroline, 73-32, in the season opener, followed by an impressive 66-31 win over Crisfield at… Read more »

Art League Of Ocean City Elects Board Of Directors For 2014

Art League Of Ocean City Elects Board Of Directors For 2014

The Art League of Ocean City elected its Board of Directors for 2014 at the annual luncheon held at Fresco’s last week. Members of the 2014 board are, from left, Jamie Albright, corresponding secretary; Katy Durham, second vice president; Marian Bickerstaff, president; Board members Karen Tomosello, Barbara Patrick, Kim Wagner, Barbara Melone, Nancy Fortney, Lisi Ruczynski,… Read more »

Mallards Rout Holly Grove, 67-32

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity basketball team routed visiting Holly Grove, 67-32, on Monday to improve to 4-1 on the young season. After falling to Salisbury Christian, 51-49, back on December 3, the Mallards have now reeled off three straight wins including two over Greenwood Mennonite in a home-away series last week and the 67-32… Read more »

Decatur To Host Annual Coleman Tournament

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity basketball team will hit the ground running after the holiday break next week when the Seahawks host the annual John Coleman Holiday Tournament on Friday, December 27 and Saturday, December 28. The annual tournament, named for long-time Worcester County Public Schools Administrator John Coleman, has become one of the highlights… Read more »

Things I Like

Hearing “please” from my kidsWhen numbers back up an opinionEating bad stuff on the weekendsIslamorada, Fla.Worcester Prep’s Candlelight ServiceFacebook birthday wishesWhen a new locally-owned business opensHow small computers are nowadaysA smooth flightBig soup, small salad for lunchNot worrying about cost while eating out

Voices From The Readers

Volunteering Rewarding Editor: As a volunteer at the Worcester County Humane Society I feel the need to inform the public that there are still many loving and hardworking volunteers and employees who love and take care of all the cats and dogs at the shelter seven days a week. All of us who are at… Read more »