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OCEAN PINES, Md. — The picturesque Worcester County Veterans Memorial will serve as a host venue in late April for “The Wall That Heals” — a traveling exhibit that honors the more than 3 million Americans who served in the U.S. armed forces during the Vietnam War. more
There’s a big hole in the heart of Downtown Salisbury. Where an office building once crammed with law offices used to be, the historic facade is held in place by steel beams. In a vacant lot … more
Salisbury, in partnership with the Chesapeake Bay Trust, has awarded $75,000 in grants for environmental projects within the city. Two local organizations are expected to receive funding for … more
One of the primary arteries for commuter traffic on the city’s West Side will soon have a different look and feel. Upgrades to the Fitzwater-Parsons Corridor began in late 2019, with the … more
Jana Potvin has returned to lead Salisbury’s Department of Field Operations, following a national search. Potvin, a civil engineer, is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and … more
Live theater will be moving into Downtown Salisbury as soon as this spring when the Milton Theatre opens a satellite location on the third floor of the City Center. The theater, called Revival, is … more
Four teenagers sit in a smallish room with black walls, leaning forward to stare at the only bright light in the room – a computer screen. In front of them is a blog post written by the late … more
A Downtown Salisbury building that once housed the White & Leonard Office Supplies business will find a new life as a restaurant and a speakeasy-style bar. Bret Davis, a developer and owner of … more
Media: panelOn June 24, 2020, Paul Chavez and his friend James Alan Thompson set out from San Francisco on the journey of a lifetime. They intended to walk across the United States to Washington, … more
Maj. Gen. Lapthe C. Flora, left, administers a promotion ceremony for Mayor Jake Day. Salisbury Mayor Jake Day, who is currently deployed with the Army in Africa, was promoted from Captain to the … more
A new program that offers tax incentives for Downtown apartment and hotel projects won unanimous approval from the Salisbury City Council on Monday. Horizon – or a Hotel Or Residential Incentive … more
Salisbury City Council members began looking at ways to boost home ownership in the city where less than 30 percent of houses are owner-occupied. During a Monday evening work session, the council … more
City, county, state and construction officials gather for last week's official ribbon-cutting event on West Main Street. The project took several years to complete and has received enthusiastic … more
The following is a condensed version of the State of the City address given last week by City Administrator Julia Glanz. Hello, everyone. On behalf of Mayor Jake Day, I am happy to bring to you the … more
As part of the State of the City address presented by Salisbury City Administrator Julia Glanz, viewers had the rare chance to see and hear Mayor Jake Day, who is overseas on deployment with the … more
Developers who are in the process of constructing what will be Salisbury’s tallest building known as The Ross. Salisbury officials are eyeing tax incentives for properties in the Downtown area to … more
Salisbury Fire Department Cadet Seth Tayman was honored by MIEMSS with the "Right Care When It Counts Award" for developing a Narcan training program for Wicomico teachers. Salisbury Fire Department … more
Salisbury has seen growth in recent years, especially with new development in the Downtown area. Projects such as The Ross, the Powell Building, the City Center rehabilitation and the remodeling of … more
Delmarva Power Senior External Affairs Specialists Renee Sheehy and John Petito, Salisbury City Administrator Julia Glanz, and Deputy City Administrator Andy Kitzrow formally open the utility … more
Heather Hall, co-owner of The Ugly Pie in Salisbury, makes some of their golden goodies at their shop on West Main Street. The city of Salisbury and the Office of Business Development have launched … more
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