News
PRINCESS ANNE — The Boy Scouts of America Del-Mar-Va Council has selected Dr. Heidi M. Anderson, president of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, as its 2021 recipient of the Lower Shore …
The University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Wor-Wic Community College have established a financial incentive for recent graduates of the two-year school in Salisbury to continue …
CRISFIELD — This Veterans Day the Somerset County Garden Club will unveil a Gold Star Marker in front of the Crisfield Library to support and honor area families of fallen members of the United …
CAMBRIDGE — John Michael Ingersoll Jr. was found guilty June 7 of the first-degree murder of corrections officer and Vienna resident Gregory Collins in 2001. The trial took place in Circuit …
PRINCESS ANNE — Meals on Wheels and a housing counseling service offered by SHORE UP! Inc. will benefit from over $200,000 in unspent emergency rental assistance funds that continue to flow …
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Sports
The Delmarva Shorebirds have announced their official promotional schedule for the 2021 season at Arthur W. Perdue Stadium. The 25th season of Shorebirds baseball is highlighted by nine fireworks …
With a “Play ball!” from player Cheyanne Shrieves, the Lower Shore’s first season of Challenger Little League got underway Saturday, May 8. An Opening Day ceremony kicked off the …
EASTON — The YMCA of the Chesapeake will offer Rock Steady Boxing at the Easton Family YMCA at Washington to support residents of the Mid-Shore with Parkinson’s disease. “April is …
Business
COLLEGE PARK — New start-up and potential aquaculture farmers will soon have use of an online business planning tool that will provide foresight into their likelihood of success. Matt Parker, …
CAMBRIDGE — When a classic restaurant reopens in downtown Cambridge this month, it will do so with a new twist.Longtime owners, Amanda Bramble and Tim Wright, of Jimmie & Sook’s have …
Crisfield
CRISFIELD — Roaring back after a year of lockdowns and COVID-forced closings and limitations the J. Millard Tawes Museum has freshly stocked its gift shop and updated the exhibits to welcome …
ANNAPOLIS — Governor Larry Hogan and the Maryland Department of Commerce Office of Tourism to are joining forces to encourage Maryland travelers to reconnect and recharge in the State of …
CRISFIELD — An online survey posted by the Greater Crisfield Action Coalition on consumer preferences showed that among the 228 respondents 69% answered that their favorite full-service …
CRISFIELD — Approximately 27,000 chicken were killed in a fire that is suspected to have been caused by a propane heating system inside a chicken house at 3667 Freedomtown Road in …
Neighbors

Today In Salisbury's History: Tuesday, June 10, 1969

Tuesday, June 10, 1969 -- Opponents have stepped up their efforts to block the Salisbury City Council’s effort to annex 522 acres in the city’s eastern suburbs. On Monday, the council …

Youngsters awarded at Wicomico Recreation’s Youth Fishing Derby

Over the weekend, more than 200 youngsters and their families lined the banks of the Wicomico River at the Salisbury City Park to participate in Wicomico County Recreation & Parks’ annual …

Today In Salisbury's History: Thursday, June 2, 1993

Thursday, June 2, 1993 -- Ending a 10-month debate and avoiding a likely court battle with the American Civil Liberties Union, the Salisbury City Council struck down its law which allowed the …
Things to Do

MAC Inc. to host 'Aging Into Medicare' class

Turning age 65 soon? MAC’s “Aging Into Medicare” class tells you everything you need to know to sign up for Medicare. If you …

Books in the Belfry: Do audio-books count?

CAMBRIDGE — One of the most “philosophical” questions I receive at the library from time to time is whether …

Billie Eilish, Lizzo to headline Firefly Music Festival

DOVER — After COVID-19 canceled last year’s Firefly, Billie Eilish is slated to make her appearance in Delaware this …