BERLIN — A 19-6 second-quarter run paved the way for a victory Tuesday night at Stephen Decatur High, as the Seahawks defeated North Caroline, 61-40, in girls’ basketball.

EASTON — State and local officials anticipate a winter storm to produce accumulating snow Wednesday throughout the Mid-Shore.

LANDOVER — North Caroline High’s Emily Lewis won her third career state title during the Class 2A state indoor track and field championships at the Prince George’s Sports & Learning Complex Monday, Feb. 18.

MILLINGTON, Tenn. — U.S. Navy Counselor 1st Class Tyrone Thomas, a Federalsburg native, was recognized as Navy Recruiting Command (NRC) Medical Recruiter of the Year for 2018 during the Recruiter of the Year ceremony, Thursday, Jan. 24, at the Navy Memorial in Washington D.C., NRC announced …

CAMBRIDGE — Todd Martinek said he still hasn’t recovered from last Saturday’s excitement and stress brought on by Stephen Decatur High’s wrestling team winning the Class 3A state dual-meet title.

CAMBRIDGE — In one generation, the climate experienced in many North American cities is projected to change to that of locations hundreds of miles away, or to a new climate unlike any found in North America, a news release by the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science states.

ANNAPOLIS — Concern over geese limits for Maryland hunters being lowered from two to one, was raised by Del. Johnny Mautz, R-37-Talbot, during the Eastern Shore Delegation meeting, Friday, Feb. 8.

RIDGELY — Winning the first nine weight classes Wednesday night, North Caroline High’s wrestling team finished its regular season with a 43-24 victory over Colonel Richardson.

ANNAPOLIS — After several days of debate, a Senate bill to effectively rescind Republican Gov. Larry Hogan’s executive order starting Maryland public schools after Labor Day passed 31-13 on Tuesday, Feb. 12, with Democrats voting yes and Republicans voting no.

STEVENSVILLE — “Range of Corridors” maps from the Chesapeake Bay Crossing Study appeared on social media this past weekend purporting to be the official sites released by the Maryland Transportation Authority and Federal Highway Administration for consideration for a third Chesapeake Bay bri…

CAMBRIDGE — After a tight first quarter Tuesday night, Marty Bailey went to his reserves for the second period.

ANNAPOLIS — Delmarva Poultry Inc. Executive Director Holly Porter, along with company President Jennifer Timmons, spoke about all things poultry Friday, Feb. 8, during the Eastern Shore Delegation meeting.

GREENSBORO — The state agency that oversees police certification is investigating the hiring early last year of the Greensboro police officer involved in the September 2018 incident that resulted in the death of 19-year-old Anton Black.

ANNAPOLIS — Republican Congressman Andy Harris, Md.-1st, updated the Eastern Shore Delegation on issues impacting the Mid-Shore at the federal level, Friday, Feb. 8.

DENTON — John Muller, author of Frederick Douglass in Washington, D.C.: The Lion of Anacostia, along with Denton Town Councilwoman Doncella Wilson will be discussing a previous unknown visit Douglass made to Denton.

ANNAPOLIS — Senate Bill 145, (SB145) legislation that would prevent the Maryland Department of Natural Resources from dredging oyster shells near the Man-O-War shoal, was met with support and opposition at the Maryland General Assembly Tuesday, Feb. 5.

EASTON — Maddie Hickey may not get a lot of minutes, but she knows what’s going on with Easton High’s girls’ basketball team.

RIDGELY — The first students to complete the Caroline Career and Technology Center’s Advanced Manufacturing Professional program recently presented the electric guitars they built for their final project.