Today In Salisbury’s History: Thursday, April 12, 1979

Thursday, April 12, 1979 — Salisbury City Councilman Dr. Verdin S. Cantrell said the warm spring weather has triggered a massive number of dog nuisance complaints, with more dogs than ever roaming all over town. Cantrell, speaking at the week’s public council meeting, reminded those in attendance that Salisbury in 1966 passed an animal nuisance […]

Today In Salisbury’s History: Friday, April 5, 1985

Friday, April 5, 1985 — Salisbury Police Chief Colbourne Dykes was facing criticism for his instruction to have Easter church services interrupted so church-goers could be warned that their cars were about to be towed from spots reserved for police cruisers. An overflow holiday crowd at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Downtown Salisbury prompted church-goers […]