Local Public Radio stations to partner in new operation

For more than three decades, Salisbury University’s Delmarva Public Radio and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore’s WESM 91.3 FM have been allies in public broadcasting on the Peninsula. On Wednesday, July 1, they will strengthen that bond with a new partnership to create Delmarva Public Media. The new organization will allow all three stations […]

Greater Salisbury, Chamber offering marketing grants

The Greater Salisbury Committee, in participation with the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce, is leading “Pivoting for the Pandemic” — a marketing grant program for small businesses in Wicomico County affected by the Coronavirus pandemic. As a way to support businesses that have quickly pivoted operations and marketing strategies as a result of Covid, GSC […]

Maryland’s wild oyster harvest doubles from 2018

Despite having fewer days to work, Maryland watermen harvested nearly twice as many wild oysters last season as they did the previous year, state officials report. Even so, a new study finds the state’s population of bivalves is in much better shape now than it was two years ago, with abundance up and overfishing down. […]

BayRunner Shuttle resumes operations to BWI Airport

BayRunner Shuttle has reopened its operations to Baltimore/Washington International Airport. The service, which moves airport passengers between BWI and Ocean City, Ocean Pines, Salisbury, Cambridge, Easton and Kent Island resumed travel on Monday. “We know everyone is eager to travel again and our team is committed to ensuring the safety of our drivers and passengers,” […]

‘Believe Marketplace’ offers businesses outdoor option

Delmarva Veteran Builders owner Chris Eccleston found himself with a 1,600-square-foot tented pavilion purchased for a project that fell through because of the Covid-19 pandemic. With no immediate use for it, he offered it to Peninsula Regional Medical Center and then to the city of Salisbury for its temporary homeless camp called Camp Hope, but […]

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 | […]