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‘Rock for Recovery’ to benefit Worcester Warriors, this Sun.


By Josh Davis, News Editor (April 25, 2019) Tranzfusion is set to headline the third annual “Rock for Recovery” concert, raising money for the Worcester County Warriors Against Opiate Addiction, Sunday, April 28. Tickets for the event, scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. at the West Ocean City Greene Turtle, will be $10 at the door…. Read more »

WCPS honors anniversary, seals time capsule


By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (April 26, 2019) Future students and staff of Worcester County Public Schools will get a blast from the past when they open a time capsule, which was filled and sealed during last Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting, in 50 years. Carrie Sterrs, coordinator of public relations and special programs for Worcester… Read more »

Buckingham unveils new outdoor classroom


By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (April 25, 2019) Buckingham Elementary School unveiled its new outdoor classroom at a ribbon-cutting ceremony last Thursday after taking steps to go green over the past several years. “It’s been a joy to watch this vision grow as more people become invested,” said second grade teacher April Eichelberger. Eichelberger, the green… Read more »

Equestrian teens compete at nationals in PA

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 26, 2019) Two Worcester County teens will participate in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association Nationals at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, this weekend. Olivia Brown,16, a sophomore at Stephen Decatur High School, was the highest point earner in the Open Division in Zone 3… Read more »

SABERS take home grant from env. summit


Berlin youth group proposal gets $1,400 for Dr. William Henry Park improvements By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (April 18, 2019) Dr. William Henry Park on Flower Street in Berlin will get an environmental facelift through a $1,400 grant won last Friday by the Strengthening Adolescent Boys with Education and Resources (SABERS). The Worcester Youth and Family… Read more »

Buckingham gets grant to study monarch butterflies

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By Rachel Ravina, Staff Writer (April 19, 2019) For Buckingham Elementary School, a $750 grant to study monarch butterflies will help students learn all about the majestic creaturesand celebrate their own heritages. “The goal was to apply for the grant so we could relate the migration story of the monarchs with the migration stories of our… Read more »

Easter activities planned throughout county

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By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 18, 2019) An assortment of activities for the entire family will take place throughout Worcester County this weekend in celebration of Easter. OCEAN PINES: The Ocean Pines Recreation and Parks Department will present its annual Easter and Spring Celebration, Saturday, April 20, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in… Read more »

Environmental groups speak on how to make difference


By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 18, 2019) As Earth Day grows closer, residents were given a better understanding of how even a small environmental group can help make a difference during a presentation on Land and Water: Protection, Conservation and Improvement in the Ocean Pines Community Center last Thursday. Sponsored by the Protectors of… Read more »

Arrive Alive Tour visits Wor. high schools with simulator

By Morgan Pilz, Staff Writer (April 18, 2019) UNITE’s Arrive Alive Tour visited Worcester County’s three high schools last week, providing students and teachers with a virtual firsthand experience of driving under the influence. UNITE’s Arrive Alive Tour program uses a high-tech simulator, impact video and a number of other resources to educate the public… Read more »

Second Friday stroll reinvigorated


By Josh Davis, Associate Editor (April 11, 2019) The first in a reinvigorated series of monthly 2nd Friday strolls will begin in downtown Berlin this week, from 5-8 p.m. Following a well-attended merchant’s meeting last month, many local business owners pledged to recommit to the event, which has seen dwindling participation in recent years. The 2nd… Read more »