Nearly 1,000 young people participated in the celebration of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center on Monday. The 31st Annual Youth Activity, presented by the Salisbury High School Association, celebrated a theme of “Keep Your Dreams Alive.” Held in the massive Normandy Arena, youngsters were treated to […]
Children who witnessed Santa’s City Park arrival at Salisbury’s Winter Wonderland kickoff event were in awe of the Christmas boss. Some 400 gathered to enjoy an atmosphere of music, entertainment, friendship and giving.
Nonagenarian Bob Cook was the 64th recipient of The Salisbury Award at Wor-Wic Community College, the institution he helped found, on Friday. Cook remains energetic and actively involved in the community, was informed about the honor in advance and asked by Mat Tilghman, chairman of the Salisbury Award Committee, where he would like the ceremony […]
Grace Foxwell Murdock was able to beckon hundreds of good-hearted people to North Division Street on Sunday to participate in Dance for Kindness 2016. A worldwide event, the expression of benevolence started five years ago and has now made it debut in Salisbury. After the flash freeze, dancers broke into a flash mob dance. The […]
[metaslider id=11881] Mayor Jake Day and Salisbury Fire Chief Rick Hoppes joined prominent local officials and firefighters on Nov. 5 for the the dedication ceremony for the new Fire Station 2. The new facility replaces a building which was a landmark on the city’s East Side. Dedicated in 1930, the old Station 2 served as the […]
[metaslider id=11483] Natalie Insley was honored at the James M. Bennett High School football game on Sept. 17, as well as when the Mardela and Bennett girls met in a soccer match Sept. 15 in Mardela Springs. Insley, a JMB student who died in a car crash this summer, had many friends who attended both […]
Crown Sports Center held a celebration on Tuesday to mark its first decade of encouraging athletic participation in the Wicomico County community.
Steve White, the 60-year-old chief of the Parsonsburg Volunteer Fire Department, was memorialized in a funeral Service Saturday at Emmanuel Wesleyan Church. He died Nov. 5 from skin cancer that metastasized to his brain, then spread further.
Salisbury’s city candidates were out celebrating their victories Tuesday night at various venues Downtown.
The Salisbury Fire Department awarded medals to members of the public and its own members who saved lives in the past year.