Louella Holliday influenced lives of many youngsters

Students who had gym class under the direction of Louella Sweatte Holliday at Wicomico High School are fondly remembering her, with several commenting on the exquisite manicures she was known for. Along with the announcement of her death, on the Wicomico First Response Facebook page, there’s a picture of her holding up her hands and […]

Bishop to lead services at historic Green Hill Church

This Sunday, Wicomico County’s oldest church building, Old Green Hill Church in Quantico, will be opened for a worship service and picnic on the banks of the Wicomico River, and the public is welcome to attend. Once a year the Episcopal Churches in Wicomico County come together around the feast of St. Bartholomew at their […]

Photo Gallery: Kicks 4 Kids, held by Coastal Hospice

Kicks 4 Kids, a family event sponsored by Coastal Hospice and featuring games and foods, was a big hit at WinterPlace Park. Activities include a watermelon-eating contest and a Smelly Sneaker Contest with celebrity judges Dr. Donna Hanlin, Pastor Martin Hutchison and Salisbury Police Officer Aaron “Bull” Hudson. Children also participated in events including limbo, […]

Evolution Craft Brewing will sell Lot No. 3 IPA in cans

Evolution Craft Brewing Co. said it has finally found a canning line that meets their quality assurance standards. After years of only selling their beer on draft and in bottles, owners Tom and John Knorr have been repeatedly faced with the question: “when will Evo come in cans?” After months of searching for the perfect […]

Former Wi-Hi chemistry teacher fondly remembered

Former Wicomico County High School teacher Henrietta Carrigan, who died last month, is being remembered for liveliness and humor in her classroom. “She was one of a kind,” said Wi-Hi alumni Davis Ruark, former Wicomico County State’s Attorney and now Deputy District Attorney in the Third Judicial District Attorney’s Office in Las Cruces, N.M. “One […]

Brooke’s Toy Closet fundraiser is this weekend

To raise money for Brooke’s Toy Closet at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, founded by the late Brooke Mulford, Vernon Powell Shoes on East Naylor Mill Road will donate a portion of this weekend’s sales. Ten percent of sales made on Friday and Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., will also be used to research […]

Must-see Wicomico County Fair just a week away

The Wicomico Farm & Home Show and Wicomico County are proud to announce the return of the Wicomico County Fair, Aug. 17-19 at WinterPlace Park. This year’s event will celebrate 82 years of fair traditions, and is presented by Perdue Farms and the Pohanka Automotive Group. The Wicomico County Fair serves to showcase the importance […]

Women Supporting Women celebrates 25 years

As Cindy Feist points out, 25 years ago people didn’t talk about breast cancer. Now, thanks to an abundance of awareness campaigns, we’re all socially aware and ready to help where we can. In the Salisbury community, those who face a breast cancer diagnosis have a place to turn for support. Women Supporting Women was […]

Allen Fire Chief remembered as ‘true gentleman’

When he talked to customers at Mrohs Gas Inc. in Crisfield, David Barry often repeated his motto: If you’re not happy, we’re not happy. And Barry had a way of cheering and pleasing those he came in contact with, including Danny Mrohs, co-owner of the company that employed him for nearly 10 years, recalling how […]

Weather Channel’s Mike Seidel gets own bobblehead

When meteorologist Mike Seidel of The Weather Channel fame received a call from Delmarva Shorebirds officials, telling him they wanted to have a bobblehead made in his likeness, and honor him at a game, he was surprised. “I was like, ‘Me? Why?’” he said with a laugh during a phone conversation this week. “They said, […]