Friendship, fellowship, fun: the Glenn Ward Tournament

The final out was recorded, a champion was crowned, the trophies presented and Tournament Chairman Doug Nelson gave a sigh of relief. The 31st annual Glenn Ward Memorial Co-Ed Softball Tournament was in the books. Nelson, one of the founders and a veteran of all 31 tournaments could sit back for a moment and relax […]

Ward World carving show coming to Ocean City

SALISBURY — Each year the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University, plays host to the Ward World Championship Wildfowl Carving Competition and Art Festival, bringing talented artists from across the globe to Ocean City, allowing them to showcase their carving talent.   The Ward name is a tribute to Crisfield’s down neck decoy carvers […]

Fifth annual Field Day comes to Somerset County park in Westover with free activities

WESTOVER — Saturday, April 21, the Somerset County recreational complex at 30290 Sam Barnes Road in Westover will be transformed into a fun-filled free community event celebrating wellness and earth Day when the fifth annual Somerset Community Field Day takes place 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.   Drawstring bags will be handed out while supplies […]

‘Storms, Wrecks and Party Boats’ topic of Historical Society’s annual dinner meeting

POCOMOKE CITY — The Worcester County Historical Society will hold its annual spring dinner meeting at the Pocomoke Community Center on Market Street, Friday, April 13. Those attending will learn about Worcester County’s past and be served a meal of chicken and dumplings with all the fixings prepared by the Ladies Auxiliary. Following the dinner […]

Local Kidney Walk ambassadors invite all to take part in 11th annual event

SALISBURY — The National Kidney Foundation’s 11th annual Salisbury Kidney Walk returns to Winter Place Park on Sunday, May 6 with Walk Ambassadors Meghan, Wes and Charlotte Rice of Mt. Vernon again cutting the ribbon at 10 a.m.   Charlotte was born in 2016 with no kidneys and has been on dialysis since she was […]

Tomato grafting workshop at UMES for anyone who grows tomatoes

PRINCESS ANNE – Tomato grafting is the focus of a March 10 workshop at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore.  The hands-on, informative class is limited to the first 20 registrants and will be held in the Agricultural Research Building on campus. Anyone who grows tomatoes that are not resistant to air- and soil-borne diseases […]