Don Fitzgerald’s voice will never go silent

Don Fitzgerald has a long history of survival. He survived a tour of duty in Vietnam as a young draftee with the U.S. Army more than 50 years ago. He has survived 11 surgeries since 2002, when he was diagnosed with a rare form of low-grade sarcoma in his larynx. He also survived two false-negative […]

Colleagues, patients remember Dr. Jim Burns

On the Fourth of July, while communities across the United States celebrated the birth of our nation with fireworks and barbecues, Dr. Jim Burns quietly lost his battle with cancer, at home and surrounded by those he loved most. He was by all accounts a most unusual breed of doctor, multi-talented both professionally and personally. […]

Salisbury Guardsman ready for Mideast deployment

Working amid empty desks and piles of equipment crates, Platoon Sgt. Lee Beauchamp feels ready for his pending deployment to the Middle East in August with the 198th Expeditionary Signal Battalion of the Delaware National Guard, based in Georgetown. Beauchamp, who lives in Salisbury, is looking forward to this new adventure. “We’ve been preparing for […]

Wicomico unveils its plans for Pirate’s Wharf Park

Monday evening at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center, Wicomico County unveiled the master plan for Pirate’s Wharf Park on 340 acres along Whitehaven Road near the village of Quantico. The plan was years in the making, the culmination of a county executive’s vision that was enhanced by the interests and concerns of residents and […]