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Michelle Metcalf, a former Girl Scout, recites an oath to live by the laws of the Girl Scouts during Wednesday's groundbreaking ceremony.
NEWARK, Del. — With shovels in their hands and helmets on their heads, officials from the Girl Scouts of Chesapeake Bay (GSCB) braved the frigid temperatures Wednesday to make their first mark on what will be their new home for years to come.
Grade 6 Distinguished Honor Roll
CHARLESTOWN — After a turbulent few days, Freddie the osprey was reunited with its siblings and parents on Sunday with a little help from a few good volunteers.
9th Grade Distinguished Honor Roll
SALISBURY — A Bohemia Manor High School social studies teacher accused of punching a Salisbury University freshman in the face on campus in September — causing a concussion and three broken ribs — received a 30-day jail term Tuesday after accepting a plea deal.
6th Grade Distinguished Honors
Just three years ago, the Battle at the Bridge Invitational wrestling tournament featured a roster comprised of only nine teams. Through hard work and dedication, the Chesapeake City-based event moved to 16 entrants in 2012 before growing to 20 last January.
Despite registering just one Chesapeake victory last winter, the Perryville wrestling team will remain in the upper division for a second consecutive season, and while the Panthers possess holes throughout their dual-meet lineup, diving into a tougher regular-season schedule can only help their veteran core.
ST. MARY’S, Md. — Amidst no fanfare a 380th anniversary is upon us this Nov. 22. It was this day, 380 years ago, on Nov. 22, 1633, that the historic vessels the Ark and the Dove finally set out for their long voyage from England to the New World carrying the passengers who would become the first settlers of Maryland.
SALISBURY — A Bohemia Manor High School social studies teacher has been reassigned to Cecil County Public Schools’ central office in Elkton, after a Wicomico County grand jury handed up seven new charges against him in a criminal case in which he stands accused of punching a Salisbury University freshman in the face on campus in September, CCPS officials reported.
8th Grade Distinguished Honors
SALISBURY — A Bohemia Manor High School social studies teacher has been charged with assault in Wicomico County after allegedly punching a Salisbury University freshman in the face following a recent confrontation, police said.
Vernon Metcalfe, of Rising Sun, and Kenny Gray, of Bay View, retrieve the floating ducks for future races as the float down the Northeast River.
Vernon Metcalfe, of Rising Sun, dumps little yellow rubber duckies at the starting line while Kenny Gray, of Bay View, paddles to keep the rowboat steady.
Gigi Johnson positioned herself on the waterfront promenade at the North East Community Park with the rest of the crowd on Saturday and, looking out at the bright yellow island floating ever so slowly in the Northeast River, she grinned.
Vernon Metcalfe of Rising Sun dumps little yellow rubber duckies at the starting line while Kenny Gray of Bayview paddles to keep the rowboat steady.
After a second-place finish in the Chesapeake Division, Fallston concluded its impressive 14-win dual-meet season with an appearance in the finals of the 2A-1A East Region Championships.
CHESAPEAKE CITY – Todd Corron remembers his junior year at Rising Sun in 1999 when the team suffered a very rare dual-meet wrestling loss to a county opponent. Naturally, he didn’t want to experience that feeling again in his first year as the Tigers’ head coach.
Just like the wrestling program that annually hosts it, the Battle at the Bridge Invitational tournament continues to grow and develop at a rapid pace.
CHESAPEAKE CITY – With its undefeated season on the line, Bohemia Manor held a slim one-point advantage over visiting Fallston through nine matches on Wednesday. However, the Eagles dropped five consecutive bouts to end the opener of a double dual and suffered a 48-22 loss to the Cougars in Chesapeake Division wrestling action.
The Rising Sun wrestling team begins a new era today, as it opens the dual-meet season with former North East coach Todd Corron at the helm.
For the second straight year, Rising Sun’s Anthony Cimorosi will leave Fargo as a Greco-Roman All-American.