Marathon’s success exceeds all expectations

Last weekend’s marathon was pronounced a success by Mayor Jake Day, who continued to nurse sore legs a few days after running more than 26 miles. “I can’t find enough Motrin and Tylenol,” the mayor said, laughing. Maybe not, but judging by his face as he hugged his two little girls – who made him […]

Salisbury Festival will return Downtown this June

The Downtown Salisbury Festival — presented by Pohanka of Salisbury — returns to Downtown Salisbury this June 8 through 10, complete with carnival rides, great food, arts and entertainment and more. This year the action will take place along East Market Street, with all new carnival rides. From funnel cakes, to oyster fritters — there […]

This 3rd Friday takes on a St. Patrick’s theme

This week is the next 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury. It’s the last 3rd Friday hosted as an indoors only event – before the outdoor season kicks off in April. All that means there won’t be artists and crafters hosted outside on the street, but there is still tons to do and see in the […]

It’s FeBREWary for this week’s 3rd Friday

This week is another 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury. This month’s event is hosted indoors only — so that means no artists and crafters outside on the street — but there is still tons to do and see! From gallery shows, to live music and more -– it’s a great night to spend in Downtown […]

Community Band takes its show indoors this Sunday

The Salisbury Community Band will present an inaugural Winter Concert this coming January 28th.  Needless to say, a concert this time of year at the usual City Park Bandstand where a series of concerts is presented every summer might be a little uncomfortable for the concert goers who sit on the hillside surrounding the bandstand […]

3rd Friday will be hosted indoors this week

This week features the next 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury. This month’s event is hosted indoors only — so that means no artists and crafters outside on the street — but there is still tons to do and see. So bundle up for a night of shopping, gallery shows, live music and more. The Salisbury […]

Photo Gallery: Hardy crowd rings in 2018

Considering the weather and the fact that the beer taps froze and were unusable, there was an impressively large and festive Happy New Year’s Crowd at Sunday night’s fifth New Year’s Eve ball drop. Nearly 1,000 people were on hand despite temperatures near single digits.

Thousands expected for New Year’s Eve celebration

Salisbury’s New Year’s Eve celebration logo – a sketch of a two-story brick building with NYE covering one side – also counts down to 2018. When all four panels for days, hours, minutes and seconds reach zero, hundreds of people gathered Downtown will welcome a bright, new year as they watch a lit ball gravitate […]

Wear your ugly Christmas sweater to 3rd Friday

Tomorrow is the next 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury. This month’s event is hosted indoors only — so that means no artists and crafters outside on the street — but there is still tons to do and see. So don your ugliest sweater for a night of shopping, gallery shows, carriage rides and more. This […]

National Folk Festival adds high-powered backers

Adding to the excitement of next year’s Salisbury’s National Folk Festival in Salisbury, Gov. Larry Hogan and his wife, Yumi, and prominent local businessman Jim Perdue and his wife, Jan, have been named honorary chairmen and chairwomen. “We are so grateful for Gov. Hogan and his cabinet and staff,” a pleased Mayor Jake Day told […]