Seahawks Clipped Late By Bennett

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team lost another tough one last week, falling to Bennett, 55-41, at Wicomico County Stadium on Friday to drop to 1-7 on the season.The Seahawks went back and forth with the Clippers for over three quarters in a shootout that tied at 41-41 late in the game. Bennett pooled it… Read more »

Three Finalists Selected For Entrepreneur Award

SALISBURY — Maryland Capital Enterprises (MCE) officials announced this week that three entrepreneurs have been selected as the finalists in MCE’s Palmer Gillis Entrepreneur of the Year Award competition.The three finalists include Jennifer Layton, of Layton’s Chance Vineyard and Winery and Lazy Day Farms; Kerry Palakanis, CEO of the Crisfield Clinic; and Michael W. Wilt,… Read more »

Decatur Girls Advance With 3-0 Win

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s girls’ varsity soccer team’s magical run continued this week with a 3-0 win over Northeast in the second round of the state 3A-South region tournament.Last week, the Seahawks took the Bayside Conference championship with a dramatic 5-4 sudden death overtime win over Queen Anne’s, but had little time to celebrate. Decatur earned… Read more »

Adventures Of Fatherhood

Adventures Of Fatherhood

Ever since I brought down the storage bin with skeletons from the attic, there has been a lot of spooking going on.Basically, something that started a couple weeks ago has continued through this week and it’s been fun for all of us.Halloween is serious business in Berlin and particularly on my street. In advance of… Read more »

Mallards Fall In Conference Championship

BERLIN- An otherwise successful 2014 campaign for the Worcester Prep boys’ varsity soccer team ended with a 3-1 loss to Salisbury Christian in the Eastern Shore Independent Athletic Conference championship game last Friday.The Mallards went 9-5-1 on the season and at one point reeled off five straight victories. Last Thursday, Worcester beat Holly Grove, 5-0,… Read more »

NARFE Chapter 2274 Holds October Meeting

NARFE Chapter 2274 Holds October Meeting

NARFE Chapter 2274 had as its October meeting guest speaker Sara Weissmann, NARFE Headquarters Legislative Grassroots Program. Weissmann gave an interesting talk about legislative changes already made that will affect government workers plus insights into changes in the government after the November elections and how it may affect NARFE. Pictured, from left, are NARFE Maryland Federation President… Read more »

Voices From The Readers

‘Deep Decline’ QuestionedEditor:Thank you to all of the candidates who have chosen to run for City Council in Ocean City including both incumbent members as well as some new personalities that much of the community has recently come to know.Most recently I appreciated last week’s publication of your paper where an expanded question/answer session was published for… Read more »