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Salisbury officials are moving forward with a plan that would allow city employees to engage in collective bargaining as a way to attract and retain employees and to safeguard their futures. For … more
A large drab exterior wall of Evolution Craft Brewing Co. that was exposed when a row of loblolly pine trees was removed along South Salisbury Boulevard is being transformed by mural artists Brandon … more
A labyrinth has become the latest feature along Salisbury’s Riverwalk, designed to promote peace and conflict resolution as walkers on the maze-like design focus on calm and enjoy the river … more
The Salisbury Zoo recently acquired a female sloth, named Bayou, from the Audubon Zoo. Bayou was born in November 2020. Her parents, Buttercup and Raven, were residents of the Salisbury Zoo, until … more
Salisbury resident and popular “American Idol” contestant Jay Copeland performed with the band Earth, Wind & Fire on the reunion show Sunday night, bringing the audience to its feet … more
A plan to reward and retain city workers in a competitive job market was unveiled by Salisbury Mayor Jake Day, who has included across-the-board raises in the proposed fiscal 2023 … more
Salisbury officials plan to crack down on dirt bike riders who are known for performing dangerous maneuvers on city streets, including wheelies and weaving in and out of traffic at high speed. At … more
A new event is coming in June to Downtown Salisbury – the city will host the inaugural River Races, a kayak, paddleboard, and cardboard boat race on the Wicomico River. Taking place on June … more
Former Wicomico County Recreation & Parks official Allen Swiger has been hired by the city of Salisbury to serve as Director of the city’s Arts, Business and Culture Development … more
Salisbury will soon begin a planning process to help steer how and where public art develops in the city – part of a goal by Mayor Jake Day to ramp up cultural events. The process is not one … more
The boundaries of Salisbury’s election districts are set to change, reflecting the growth in population and new residential construction over the past decade. Using data from the 2020 … more
Drivers running red lights in Salisbury could be caught – and fined $75 – using automated traffic cameras under a plan being considered by the City Council. At a Tuesday afternoon work … more
Salisbury City Council members on Monday approved a $93.6 million capital budget that will pay for improvements to city streets, parks and buildings, as well as finance new vehicles and equipment … more
Salisbury Mayor Jake Day has announced the formation of a Truth, Racial Unity, Transformation & Healing (TRUTH) Advisory Committee. The 13-member body will provide recommendations to Day … more
After Friday night’s and Saturday’s blizzard brought about 9 or 10 inches of snow to Salisbury, many Wicomico residents headed to the Elks Club for some winter sledding. more
Salisbury Mayor Jake Day has declared a State of Emergency and a Snow Emergency in the city – effective at 5 p.m. today, Friday, Jan. 28 – ahead of a powerful winter storm that is … more
Salisbury’s new "Here Is Home" housing incentive program – which waives city fees normally charged to developers -- has so far resulted in applications for 2,216 units of single-family … more
Salisbury has been awarded a $200,000 grant that will help to fund ongoing environmental and redevelopment efforts along the North Prong of the Wicomico River. more
Salisbury is set to receive funding that will pay for design costs of the remaining 8.9 miles of on-street bikeways in the city’s Bicycle Master Plan. The Maryland Department of … more
Last week’s 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury featured a Holiday Lights theme, complete with the Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony and lots of holiday cheer. It is also the last 3rd Friday held … more
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