Sunday, Feb. 1, 1970 -- Salisbury businessman Richard M. Allen announced that a new private school – called Salisbury School – will open in September at St. Alban’s Chapel on …
Friday, Jan. 25, 1980 -- The Maryland Board of Trustees of Universities and State College has reached an agreement with former Salisbury State College President Norman C. Crawford, whereby he will …
SALISBURY — SHORE UP! Inc. is once again providing qualifying households on Delmarva with assistance in completing and filing their income taxes with appointments available in Salisbury and …
Wednesday, Jan. 18, 1967 -- The Wicomico County Council was forced to move its Tuesday meeting in the County Courthouse because noise from carpenters in a room next door made the proceedings …
Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1993 -- A proposal to pick up trash just one day each week in Salisbury was formally rejected Monday night after several hours of public input. Speakers at a City Council meeting …
Thursday, Jan. 5, 2006 -- Perdue Farms has made changes to both its logo and marketing imagery, adding the Parsonsburg farmhouse that was the longtime home of Arthur and Pearl Perdue. The company, …
For almost 15 years, two women have patrolled the eight streets in Vienna as code enforcers, bringing law and order to this quiet town on the Nanticoke River. Each Monday is set aside for them to …
Monday, Dec. 29, 1969 --  World heavyweight wrestling champion Bruno Sammartino will defend his title Wednesday, Jan. 7, at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center against Killer Kowalski. The …
As a vintage Lionel train hummed and clickety-clacks its way around a fantasy village, Michael Murray slips in a comfortable, well-worn chair, watching as it leaves a trail of memories. In his …
Friday, Dec. 22, 2000 -- The hungry and lonely who for 19 years found a warm meal at Ford Brewington’s annual Christmas dinner will again have a place to go. Members of the Delmar American …
Mountaire Farms is partnering with hundreds of churches and nonprofits in four states this December to provide complete meals for families in need for Christmas.   Each Mountaire Cares …
Friday, Dec. 15, 1967 -- A 39-year-old Canadian woman was released to immigration authorities for immediate return to Canada. She was arrested earlier in the week by Salisbury City Police and …
If you’re in the market for a boat “super bargain,” Capt. Sam Sikkema has a boat unlike any other in the world, but bring a special trailer. He is selling the Victory Chimes, the …
Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1976 -- The Wicomico County Council voted 3-2 on Tuesday to reject a zoning appeal that sought to change the classification of 15.5 acres along Route 50 and East Main and …
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Tuesday, Dec. 1, 1987 -- Wicomico Superintendent of Schools Evelyn B. Holman said the suspension and expulsion rate in county schools is declining. She said the majority of suspensions now are …
Sunday, Nov. 24, 1991 -- Ralph A. Buffano is leaving the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art in Salisbury to join a museum in California. After opening the new Ward Museum in April, Buffano will lead a …
A unique architectural gem of Salisbury will be featured during the Holiday House Tour of Newtown Historic District in Salisbury. The one-day event, set for Dec. 4, will showcase for the first time …
Thursday, Nov. 17, 1977 -- Salisbury Mayor Elmer F. Ruark deposited the first dollar today in the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle on the Downtown Plaza, officially kicking off the charity group’s annual Christmas Campaign for 1977.
The evidence-based Count the Kicks stillbirth prevention campaign is expanding to Delaware and Maryland with the help of funds raised through Lainey’s Lap of Love, a fundraising 5K held Oct. 23 …
BALTIMORE — During GivingTuesday, November 29, the VA Maryland Health Care System encourages the community to help support local veterans through charitable donations or volunteer …
The 3rd annual Iggy DiNardo Virtual 5K, a memorial run to honor what would have been the doctor’s 65th birthday this year, is under way and will continue through Wednesday, Nov. 30. As a …
Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 A new flag will soon fly over the veterans monument on North Salisbury Boulevard at Priscilla Street. The flag draped the casket of Horace Robert Park, a Purple Heart veteran …
Autumn in Rockawalkin comes with burning trees of red, yellow, burgundy and oranges and the delicate sweet aroma of fruit pies baking in the community hall kitchen. In just a couple of weeks, a …
Tuesday, Nov. 3, 1992 -- Lawyers for David Boyd, the man accused of murdering 17-year-old Heather Miller in a bathroom at Salisbury Mall, are attempting to bar prosecutors from introducing a …
SALISBURY — The Magi Fund will hold an all-new holiday concert, “The Wonder of Christmas,” for one performance only on Saturday, November 12, 2022.  The show will be at 3 …
The Worcester County Historical Society is planning its annual fall dinner for Sunday, November 13, at 1 p.m. at the Atlantic Hotel, Downtown Berlin. This year’s speaker will be Gordon E. …
Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1982 -- Bennett Boulden, president of the Coastal Board of Realtors, said his group will oppose Salisbury Housing Inspector Henry Wojtanowski’s proposals to fix loopholes …
UMES Extension will be an integral part of a local project to create a living history site and walking trail to pay homage to a Buffalo Soldier who once called the Eastern Shore of Maryland …
Thursday, Oct. 20, 1973 -- The Salisbury Zoo invites all children to attend a going-away party this weekend for Ollie The Elephant. Donated by car dealership owner William E. Oliphant, the animal …
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