NAI Coastal Realtors moving to Downtown Salisbury

NAI Coastal commercial Realtors will move their offices into Downtown Salisbury, assuming vacant space on the first floor of Riverview Commons at 150 West Market Street. “This move will allow all of our advisors and staff to be under one roof in the heart of Downtown Salisbury,” said Principal Chris Davis. “We are excited and […]

Ferry proposal finds more problems than solutions

A state-sponsored study argues that a car-carrying ferry service would not by itself alleviate traffic on Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay Bridge. It would also cost billions of dollars to build and operate. The 43-page report by the Maryland Transportation Authority and state Department of Transportation concludes that a ferry service wouldn’t resolve traffic woes “as a […]

Salisbury Christian School makes leadership plans

Salisbury Christian School has announced an upcoming change in leadership and a focus on strategic planning that will create long-term stability and set the stage for enhancement at the Pre-K through Grade 12 school. In July 2021, Dr. Steven Lamkin, currently the SCS Principal and Assistant Head for Academics, will move into the role of […]

Professional Achievers: Jett receives accreditation

Brett Jett now a Certified Flood Plain Manager We are proud to announce that George Miles & Buhr employee Brent R. Jett has successfully completed the process and examination administered by the Association of State Floodplain Managers to become a Certified Floodplain Manager. The ASFPM grants this certification only to those professionals who meet the […]

Landmark Downtown properties change hands

Two commercial buildings in buildings in Downtown Salisbury – the former homes of Market Street Books and Kuhn’s Jewelers – now have new owners. The bookstore property at 146 West Main St. had been home to Market Street Books since 1993 and has apartments on the second and third floors. Tonney Insley of SVN | […]

Bill Chambers: SACC stands ready to help all businesses

It has been an unprecedented couple of weeks, with the world reacting with uncertainty to the Coronavirus and market news. The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce and our affiliate organizations have been closely monitoring the outbreak and its impact on our members and communities. Our commitment lies with serving you and our region in any […]

Acorn Market closes in Downtown Salisbury

The popular Acorn Market closed Friday, following a two-year run at the Riverview Commons building on Market Street.  “Acorn Market Family & Friends we are saying goodbye to Downtown Salisbury,” the eatery said in a Facebook post on Thursday. “We would like to say “Thank You” to our customers for your loyal love & support. […]

First Shore Federal marks 25-year compliance record

First Shore Federal Savings and Loan Association has again been awarded a rating of “outstanding” in a Community Reinvestment Act performance evaluation conducted by the federal Office of the Comptroller of the Currency.  This public rating, which covers the period through mid-2019, is an evaluation of the institution’s record of meeting the credit needs of […]

Layton’s Chance marks 10 years, wins accolades

The vines may look bare and the air may be cool, but things are definitely heating up at Layton’s Chance Vineyard and Winery in Vienna with the announcement that it has been recognized as the first and only Certified Craft Winery in Maryland and the Mid-Atlantic. Carole Lawson, Executive Director of the CWA announced the […]

Seven Lower Shore women named among Top 100

Seven Lower Shore women have been named to the The Daily Record business newspaper’s 2020 listing of Maryland’s Top 100 Women. This year marks the 25th anniversary of annual recognition, which was founded in 1996 to recognize outstanding achievements by women demonstrated through professional accomplishments, community leadership and mentoring. The local winners: Dr. Heidi Anderson, […]