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Berlin Little League competition: week six

(May 19, 2016) Last weekend, Berlin Little Leaguers continued into their sixth week of the season, including a slew of baseball and softball games. Major League Baseball standings Tigers (sponsored by Calvin B. Taylor Bank)  5 – 2, 0.714 Nationals (sponsored by Coates, Coates & Coates)  4 – 2, 0.667 Blue Jays (sponsored by Berlin… Read more »

AGH to provide weekend hours at new walk-in clinic

(May 12, 2016) Atlantic General Hospital announced that community members could now receive immediate care for injuries and sudden illnesses on the weekends, at their Atlantic ImmediCare clinic in Berlin. The walk-in clinic, located within the Atlantic Health Center on the hospital’s main campus, has been operating as an Atlantic ImmediCare location, 8 a.m. to… Read more »

Berlin Little League play: week five

(May 12, 2016) Last weekend, Berlin Little Leaguers continued into their fifth week of the season, including a slew of baseball and softball games. Major League Baseball standings Tigers (sponsored by Calvin B. Taylor Bank)     5 – 0, 1.000 Nationals (sponsored by Coates, Coates & Coates)     4 – 2, 0.667 Blue Jays (sponsored… Read more »

Berlin Little League play: Week four sees six games

(May 5, 2016) Last weekend, Berlin Little Leaguers continued into their fourth week of the season, including a slew of baseball and softball games. Major League Baseball Tigers 11   Orioles 0 Tigers’ 11-year-old Pitcher, Ryan McLaughlin tossed 13 strikeouts in six innings of shutout ball, and allowed only two hits on 74 pitches. This… Read more »

Berlin Little League play: week

(April 28, 2016) Last weekend, Berlin Little Leaguers continued into their third week of the new season, including a slew of baseball and softball games. Major League Softball   Delmar 12 Berlin Hurricanes 3 In facing what may be the toughest team in local Little League softball, the Hurricanes went down on a beautiful Tuesday… Read more »

Board of Education Briefs

(March 24, 2016) The Worcester County Board of Education discussed the following at its March 15 meeting: Math strategies help A professional learning community at Pocomoke Elementary School launched a program last year to help parents with math strategies in the comfort of their own homes. Teachers were recorded giving rounding, counting and other math… Read more »

Two Copy Central owners raise colon cancer awareness

(March 17, 2016) Gina Barnes was 37 years old when she was diagnosed with colon cancer. She battled the disease for almost two years before passing in 2014, and her parents want to help other families during Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Linda and Michael Dearing, owners of Copy Central on Cathell Road in Ocean Pines,… Read more »

Women Supporting Women host cancer support group

(March 10, 2016) Atlantic General Health System’s Regional Cancer Care Center has partnered with Women Supporting Women to host its support group for breast cancer patients and survivors in Worcester County. The first meeting for the WSW Breast Cancer Support Group will be held in the conference room at the Atlantic Health Center, located across… Read more »

Dean's List

Dean’s List Robert Beall and Emlyn Hammer of Berlin were awarded Dean’s List academic honors for the fall 2015 semester at St. Mary’s College of Maryland. Dean’s List honors are awarded to full-time students at St. Mary’s College who earn a semester grade-point average of 3.5 or better on 12 or more graded credits. St…. Read more »

Medicare changes open up treatment for Coastal Care

(Feb. 4, 2016) A new Medicare model is now available for Medicare recipients who have been diagnosed with a life-limiting prognosis of advanced cancer, chronic pulmonary disease (COPD), congestive heart failure or HIV/AIDS. Coastal Care Choices is a Medicare-authorized option for patients who want to continue treating their disease but need help with care and… Read more »