Piedmont increases wages for current, future pilots

Piedmont Airlines, a subsidiary of American Airlines Group, has announced a significant pay increase for its 700 pilots, as well as an increase in pay and a new bonus structure for new hire pilots. The letter of agreement between Salisbury-headquartered Piedmont and the Air Line Pilots Association comes despite the pilot contract not being amendable […]

One On One: Aug. 1, 2019: PRMC’s Roger Follebout

Roger Follebout, the former local TV news anchor and current Community Relations Director at Peninsula Regional Medical Center comes in to break the summer doldrums and offer some insight on TV news, the Shorebirds and our amazing local medical center.

Today In Salisbury’s History: Saturday, Aug. 1, 2009

Saturday, Aug. 1, 2009 — Scott Robertson, President of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce, announced a $1,000 reward was being offered through CrimeSolvers for information that might help police solve the murder of Abdul Choudhry. The 49-year-old owner of the Shell gas station on North Salisbury Boulevard was shot to death in a robbery […]

Communities confronting ‘Sunny Day’ flooding woes

As floodwaters rose last year, so did records across the Chesapeake Bay region. A new National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration report, shows that rising seas are inducing a particular type of increased flooding around the country. The phenomenon, known as high-tide or “sunny day” flooding because of the absence of rainfall as a trigger, struck […]

Mogan’s Oyster House coming to Downtown

A new restaurant scheduled to open in Downtown Salisbury will be the fulfillment of a lifelong dream for Denny Mogan who has worked his way up through the business since he was 18. “I’ve always wanted to own and operate a restaurant in Salisbury,” said the James M. Bennett High School and Salisbury University graduate. […]

Nicole Acle selected to Wicomico’s District 2 seat

Wicomico’s County Council on Monday selected Nicole Acle to fill the District 2 seat recently vacated by Marc Kilmer. A resident of the West Nithsdale community in Salisbury, Acle was one of four nominees put forward by the county’s Republican Central Committee. Officially sworn in on Tuesday, she is the first woman to serve on […]

YMCA dedicates Donnie Williams Aquatic Center

An indoor warm-water pool designed for both young children and senior citizens is open for business at the Richard A. Henson Family YMCA in Salisbury, where officials last week cut the ribbon at the new 15,000-square-foot building. The Donnie Williams Aquatic Center will be the site of adult aquatic exercise classes and children’s swimming lessons. […]

DeVage, Soper are Green Hill Member-Guest winners

Ryan DeVage and his guest, Brian Soper, were the winners of the 2019 Men’s Member-Guest, held over the weekend at Green Hill Country Club in Quantico. After surviving five rounds in the Championship Shoot-out, DeVage and Soper came out on top as the champions. Their final competitors were Kevin and Phillip Hayes, who finished in […]

Food vendors selected for 79th National Folk Festival

The 79th National Folk Festival has gathered together a varied group of food vendors offering a mouth-watering assortment of selections guaranteed to satisfy tens of thousands of hungry festivalgoers. When the festival returns to Downtown Salisbury the weekend of Sept. 6-8, it will feature a variety of regional and ethnic foods, as well as classic […]

Services set Aug. 4 for Garnette Belle Crawford

Garnette Bell Crawford, 88, of Ocean Pines, wife of the late Salisbury University President Dr. Norman C. Crawford, Jr., died Friday, July 19, 2019. Born in Newport, R.I., she was the daughter of the late Robert Bell and Margaret White Bell. Her husband of 60 years, who in the 1970s headed the then-Salisbury State College, […]