The Season’s First Mako Shark

Happy Sunday everyone!  We had a pretty mixed bag of weather in and around Ocean City today.  This morning in OP it was cloudy, but calm, but by the afternoon it was sunny and very nice.  In Ocean City the fog was around pretty much all day making it interesting for boats fishing the bay… Read more »

Catching Tunas

Awesome spring day today in and around Ocean City as the Cruisers enjoy a pretty perfect weekend in town.  Winds were light, skies were sunny and temps were warm and there were plenty of anglers out on the bay and on the ocean.Captain Mark Hoos of the MARLI is back in town and today was… Read more »

Bluefish Inshore, Bluefins Off

Beautiful day today in and around Ocean City and things are reely expected to warm up for the weekend.  Tomorrow is looking like upper 60s on the beach and 80s inland, while Sunday it’s close to 80 on the beach and almost 90 inland.  Summer is definitely on the way and we’ll get a little… Read more »

Sea Bass Limit

We had a rain shower in West Ocean City today that cooled things down and wet the pavement for a little while, but otherwise it was quite pleasant with light winds and nice temperatures.  The southeast wind brought some cooler temps to the beach this evening making for a reely nice spring day.Captain Chris Mizurak… Read more »

Seahawks Fall To Clippers In Section Final

Seahawks Fall To Clippers In Section Final

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity baseball team battle back twice from big early deficits against old rival Bennett in the 3A-East sectional final on Tuesday but ultimately fell to the Clippers, 8-6.The Seahawks were the top seed in the 3A-East Section II bracket and faced four-seed Northeast last Friday in the playoff opener. The game was… Read more »

Mallards Fall Short In MILL Title Game

BERLIN- Worcester Prep’s boys’ varsity lacrosse team lost a tough one to Calverton, 8-7, in the Maryland Independent Lacrosse League (MILL) championship game last weekend despite a valiant comeback attempt.The Mallards faced Calverton in the MILL championship game at Washington College in Chestertown last Friday. Worcester competes in both the MILL and the Eastern Shore… Read more »

Decatur Boys Bow Out Of State Playoffs

BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s boys’ varsity team’s season came to an end with an 11-10 loss to Chesapeake in the state 3A-East Region sectional last Friday, but the loss did little to tarnish what was a remarkable season for the Seahawks.Decatur faced Chesapeake of Anne Arundel County last Friday in its opener in the 3A-East Section… Read more »

A Week In Business – May 17, 2019

The Coastal Association of REALTORS® (Coastal) welcomed 13 new members during New Member Orientation on May 8. Pictured, from left, are Justin Gearhart of Hileman Real Estate; Roger Berwanger of Accurate Realty & Property Management; Crystal Travers of Long & Foster Real Estate; Chelsea Nichols of Keller Williams Realty of Delmarva; Valerie Kelm of Berkshire… Read more »