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Several hundred youngsters and their parents attended Treat Street in Downtown Salisbury on Sunday, Oct. 31. A free event sponsored by the Salisbury Jaycees, Treat Street provides an alternative … more
The city of Salisbury has approved legislation allowing for Pocket Pollinator Meadows in yards within city limits. The City Council voted to pass the ordinance, officially amending the … more
Salisbury Mayor Jake Day will give his first "State of the City" address in two years at a presentation next week at Salisbury University. Day was serving in Africa during a U.S. Army deployment, … more
Thursday, Oct. 21, 1999 -- The Salisbury City Council has endorsed the Charter Review Committee’s recommendation of adopting a city-manager form of government. The proposed change will now … more
Salisbury Mayor Jake Day unveiled a new initiative aimed at increasing the city’s housing stock and affordability, while also tackling solutions for the homeless population. The city – … more
The city of Salisbury’s Director of Human Resources, Jeanne Loyd, has announced her retirement after 11 years of service to the city and its residents. “Jeanne has been instrumental in … more
Salisbury’s new pedestrian bridge at Camden Street was set into place last Friday. Dedicated to honor Salisbury’s sister city relationship with Tartu, Estonia, the span will allow … more
Eighteen new volunteer firefighters and EMTs have been sworn in to serve the Salisbury Fire Department. In a ceremony held last month at Salisbury University -- led by Mayor Jake Day Fire Chief … more
A beer and wine license for this year’s National Folk Festival has been approved without the political drama seen prior to the two previous events in 2018 and 2019. The Wicomico County Board … more
A new development near Salisbury City Park and Schumaker Pond could have some move-in-ready houses by spring of 2022 that will help ease Salisbury’s housing shortage. The Greystone … more
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