Salisbury rescinds 50-person limit on public gatherings

Because of the relaxation of health and safety guidelines by the state of Maryland in response to down-trending Coronavirus infection rates state-wide, the city of Salisbury is rescinding its previous 50-person limit on gatherings within city limits. While city decision-makers have determined that current conditions regarding exposure to Covid-19 no longer require the 50-person limit […]

One On One, July 9, 2020: Police Chief Barbara Duncan

Salisbury Police Chief Barbara Duncan talks about controversies affecting her profession, her ongoing efforts to restore confidence in the local department and the challenges that law enforcement officers face while on duty each day.

GG welcomes Marketing, Development personnel

Gillis Gilkerson has grown its team with the addition of Tori Brown as Director of Marketing and Kathy Shubert as Development Associate. “Tori and Kathy bring a level of sophistication and efficiency to our team,” said Dwight Miller, President of Gillis Gilkerson. “In their new positions, both will play an instrumental role in elevating our […]

Today In Salisbury’s History: Friday, July 9, 2010

Friday, July 9, 2010 — State Delegate Page Elmore was being remembered as both a shrewd and caring lawmaker who worked across party lines to serve his constituents on the Lower Shore. Elmore, who died of a recurring cancer at age 71, was memorialized in service attended by more than 500 people at Bethesda United […]

Salisbury Chamber advocating for restaurants

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused historic economic injury to the entire U.S. economy. Included in the economic carnage has been the hospitality industry and specifically, restaurants. From the date that Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan ordered all indoor and outdoor restaurant service to cease, restaurants have faced cataclysmic consequences. Employee furloughs and layoffs occurred, and a […]

Applications open for Summer Work Program

The city of Salisbury’s 2020 Summer Youth Work Program will still be held this year, with a few changes and additional safety measures. The city’s Neighborhood Relations team has worked hard to formulate a program that will be both safe and beneficial for program participants. All applicants from the spring application period will still be […]

Mardela Springs man killed in Riverton Road crash

An 18-year-old Mardela Springs man was killed Saturday when a car he was driving ran off Riverton Road, Wicomico County Sheriff’s Deputies said. Nicholas James Hicks was pronounced dead at the scene by emergency responders, deputies said. Three passengers in the vehicle were also injured in the collision. The accident occurred just after 11:30 p.m., […]

Wicomico youth soccer programs on tap for fall

Wicomico County Recreation & Parks offers two fall youth soccer programs for boys and girls ages 3-12. Both leagues begin Sept. 5 and games are played primarily on Saturdays. Weekday games may occasionally be necessary. FUNdamental Soccer, for children ages 3-8 years old, provides a nurturing, fun environment for players to learn soccer through specialized, […]

One On One, July 2, 2020: Acting Mayor Julia Glanz

The Woman Of The Hour, Salisbury City Administrator and Acting Mayor Julia Glanz, offers some insights on who she is and how she plans to step up in Jake Day’s absence, while revealing her goals, leadership style and love for the city of Salisbury.

Today In Salisbury’s History: Monday, July 2, 1990

Monday, July 2, 1990 — A federal judge has at last ruled that Wicomico’s 5-2 voting plan does not violate the U.S. Constitution. The county has been entangled in a lawsuit with the U.S. Justice Department since 1987. The case has at times exposed some county leaders as being insensitive when it comes to ensuring […]