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=11525] At noon on Saturday, the 700-foot Wetipquin Bridge was formally named for former Wicomico County Councilman Ed Taylor. The 84-year-old retired educator and author has kept an eye on that structure, and on the water beneath, since his youth, when his uncle was tender of the old Wetipquin Ferry. The event drew the […]
[metaslider id=11485] Sharptown Heritage Day was held Saturday, Sept. 17, and drew its usual large and enthusiastic crowds. The highlight of the day was the town parade. There was also the annual Duck Race, as well as historical displays, food and music all day.
[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 […]
[metaslider id=11280] On Aug. 20, the Salisbury Wicomikazis squared off in roller derby action against the Cape Fear Black Harrts. Their next bout is against the Gate City All Stars on Saturday, Sept. 17, at Skateland at Mitchell’s Martial Arts in Salisbury.
[metaslider id=11241] On Friday, June 3, 217 seniors graduated from Parkside High School, in ceremonies held at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center.
The Salisbury Roller Girls recently competed against Ithaca, N.Y., in a home meet held at Mitchell’s Martial Arts. SRG is an all female, full contact, flat track roller derby league that consists of two teams, the All-Stars and the Wicomikazis. Their next bout is this Saturday at 4 p.m. against Lehigh.