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Ice skating returns to Snow Hill in December, January

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Andy Harris announces new tele-town hall

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Chincoteague fire company breaks ground on new station

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Ocean City girl shatters previous Maryland fishing record

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Broadway’s ‘School of Rock’ coming to Cape Henlopen

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NASA Awards Sounding Rocket Contract to Orbital ATK

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Poplar Hill Avenue in Salisbury closed for utility work

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Maryland Senate OKs bomb threat prosecution bill

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Bethany Bandstand announces 2016 lineup

The Summer Concert Series on the Bethany Beach Bandstand will once again offer a diverse lineup for 2016. → Read More

Salisbury branding resources available for download

Salisbury Mayor Jake Day announced that the entire suite of branding resources created by Arnett Muldrow and the citizens of Salisbury is now available for download. → Read More

Midway donates cancer walk funds to local group

In October, Midway Toyota in Pocomoke City hosted its sixth annual “Drive out Breast Cancer” Walk. → Read More

Ward Museum to honor three as Living Legends

The Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Salisbury University, will recognize artists Del Herbert, Rich Smoker and Todd Wohlt with its 2016 Living Legend Award for 2016. → Read More

United Way accepting funding applications

The annual application process for local non-profit programs seeking funding from United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore for 2017 is now open. → Read More

Meet PRMC’s first Leap Year baby

Briella Michel was the first Leap Year baby born in 2016 at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. → Read More

Del. State Police launches body camera pilot program

The Delaware State Police announced Thursday that 25 trained Troopers throughout the state will have body-worn video cameras while they are on duty. → Read More

SU contributes over $480M to local economy

Salisbury University’s impact on the Eastern Shore economy is approaching half a billion dollars annually. → Read More

PRMC nurse brings New Year’s Eve party to patients

Jennifer Glass, RN, recently earned the Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nurses at PRMC. → Read More