BERLIN – Following this week’s elections, four new faces will join the Worcester County Commissioners.In addition to the unopposed Republican Joe Mitrecic in District 7, newcomers Democrat Diana Purnell and Republicans Chip Bertino and Ted Elder will join the commission with a swearing-in Dec. 2 after Tuesday’s election.“With four new commissioners, it should interesting,” Elder… Read more »
OCEAN CITY — Oil prices have remained low in the last few weeks, even as equity markets have risen from their recent pullback to an all-time high.West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude is hovering around $80 per barrel, down by roughly 18% this year. We attribute this to a growing supply along with anticipation of weaker… Read more »
The play Monster in the Closet was presented at Worcester Preparatory School by sixth grade students. Members of the cast and crew included, first row from left, Chipper Becker, Nicholas Rilling, Sophia Ludt, Ryan Brafman and Alex Koppenhaver; second row, John Arrington, Will Mears, Joseph Schwartz, Brugh Moore, Nathan Oltman, Brendan Mullins, Teague Quillin, Cole… Read more »
ARIES (March 21 to April 19): A rejection of your attempt to be friendly leaves you with two choices: Try again, or give up. If you want to make another effort, go slowly. Let things develop without pressure.TAURUS (April 20 to May 20): It could be a problem dealing with unfamiliar people who do things… Read more »
BERLIN- After overcoming an early deficit, Stephen Decatur’s varsity football team came all the way back against Parkside before falling to the Rams, 35-28.Parkside took a 7-0 lead with about five minutes remaining in the first quarter on a 10-yard touchdown run. Decatur answered with a touchdown pass from quarterback Justin Meekins to R.J. Hayman… Read more »
Pre-kindergartners at Worcester Preparatory School enjoyed creating pumpkin scarecrows during their sessions in the Guerreri Library. Pictured, first row from left, are John Lynch and Gracie Holloway, second row, Elena Gjoni, Arianna Dorfler, Ellie Phillips and Gabriel Sardi; and, back, Mac Miller, Kinzie Bunting and Angelina Principe.
OCEAN CITY – After about 20 years of planning, a water feature outside of the Roland E. Powell convention center is coming to fruition.“Last week during the review of routine budget amendments, I had a question regarding a water feature project planned to be constructed at the convention center. In subsequent conversation with the City… Read more »
BERLIN- Pocomoke’s varsity field hockey went to sudden death overtime in its bid to return to the state championship with a 2-1 loss to Fallston in the 1A-Region final on Monday.Fallston scored first just about 24 minutes into the first half to take a 1-0 lead. Pocomoke finally broke through with about three minutes left… Read more »