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Mayor highlights Salisbury accomplishments... [Read More]
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Pinocchio will join female bear Chaska... [Read More]
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A committee charged with looking at the salaries of Salisbury's mayor and City Council is recommending increases. [Read More]
Left with the clothes on his back, his dog and a machete, an Eastern Shore of Maryland resident survives Hurricane Maria on the island of... [Read More]
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Several people have filed for election to posts in Somerset County, including four candidates for county commissioner. [Read More]
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Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver has filed for re-election to the post he has held since 2014. [Read More]
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An access ramp on southbound Route 13 closed for months will reopen Monday, but motorists also will see new lane closures north of Route... [Read More]
Blaze is under investigation by fire marshal... [Read More]
Property on Connelly Mill Road abuts Parker Complex... [Read More]
An inmate who suffered severe burns while working at the Wicomico County landfill has died, county officials said in a news release. [Read More]
Canadian company will focus on poultry industry... [Read More]
Ocean City police prepared for large influx of car enthusiasts. [Read More]
Local beaches will experience rough surf and rip currents as Tropical Storm Maria heads north off the coast.        ... [Read More]
Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver says he wants the people who wrote anti-Confederate graffiti on county property to be held responsible. [Read More]
Phrases such as "Frederick Douglass, not John Winder," "Respect History" and "Lynching happened here" were written in multi-color chalk on the steps and nearby sidewalk. [Read More]
Search mpounted to find former Pines resident... [Read More]
Family of Gertrude Shockley want to donate land... [Read More]
Rough seas blamed for accident... [Read More]
Salisbury's newly redesigned website offers access to important city services and information in an easy to use, more attractive package. [Read More]
Former paramedic Jeffrey James Dean of Salisbury is suing the Berlin Fire Company, claiming harassment and retaliation led to his termination. [Read More]
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