Saturday, May 19, 2018

Re-Elect Johnny Mautz For Maryland House Of Delegates

Honoring Fallen Deputy

I just found out that I live in Deputy Sheriff Stevie Ray's home where he grew up I just lowered the American Flag for him may he rest in piece.

Friday, May 18, 2018

Fatal Accident On White Lowe Road Wicomico County

Type of Incident: Motor Vehicle Collision - Fatal
Date and Time5/18/2018 @ 2:59 pm 
Location: W/B US Route 50 @ White Lowe Road, Wicomico County

Vehicle/Driver #1 was a 2002 Toyota Camry driven by Maria Theresia Ellis, 77 years old, with an     address in Ocean City, Maryland.  She was transported to the Medical Examiner’s Office in Baltimore.  

Vehicle/Driver #2 was a 2004 Ford Focus driven by Garrett Adrian Pusey, 20 years of age, with an address in Mardela Springs, Maryland.  He was transported by ambulance to PRMC with injuries. 

Vehicle #1 was being driven on White Lowe Road towards the US Route 50 intersection.  The intersection is controlled by a stop sign for motorists on White Lowe Road.  Motorists on US Route 50 have the right-of-way. Driver #1 entered the W/B lanes of US Route 50 but failed to yield to approaching traffic.  Vehicle #1 was subsequently struck on the driver’s side in a T-bone type collision by Vehicle #2 as it was being driven westbound on US Rt 50 in lane one.  As a result of injuries suffered in the collision, Driver #1 was pronounced deceased at the scene.  

No alcohol was a factor in the collision.  The weather at the time of the collision was rain.  The investigation is continuing. 

Is It Any Wonder Why Bob Culver Doesn't Support The Board Of Education

This my friends is exactly what you get with a moron like Bob In Office. When you see it you will understand why.. hint it's in the top part and it's not photoshopped

Safe Boating Class, June 5, 6 &7

Safe Boating ClassJune 5, 6 &7

The USCG Auxiliary graduated its second Safe Boating Class of 2018.  Twenty-eight more area boaters know the meaning of ‘Red, Right, Returning’, when they are the ‘give way’ versus ‘stand on’ boat in passing situations and the hyper-critical importance of a designated driver on the water.

The next class is scheduled for June 5. 6 & 7at the Ocean Pines Library.  The class will run from 6:00PM until 9:00PM each night.
The State of Maryland requires that everyone born after 1 July, 1972, needs to pass the Maryland Safe Boating Class and have their certificate with them when operating a powerboat; however, it’s highly recommended that everyone who wants to be informed about safe boating regardless of their age or experience take the class.
Taught by Maryland and USCG Auxiliary certified instructors, the class is a fun and relaxing three night event culminating in the administration of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) test and awarding of the Safe Boating Certificate.

Perhaps you are starting out in boating, or coming back to it – this is a great chance to brush up on your general boating knowledge and get practical boating insight and advice from Coast Guard Auxiliary Instructors.  Besides the state mandated material - legal responsibilities, safety equipment, navigation, good boating practices, the class covers other pertinent subjects like marlinspike (knots & lines handling), local Ocean City water knowledge, marine radio protocols and, of course, a couple of sea stories.
Future Maryland Safe Boating Classes are scheduled July and September in the three evening format, at the Ocean Pines library.  It will also be a one day format, Saturday, May 5.  The Saturday class will run from 8:30AM to 4:30PM.

Class size is limited.  Class fee is $15 per student which includes study guide.

For more information or to register, please contact Barry Cohen at 410-935-4807 or E-mail

Message From Wicomico Sheriff Mike Lewis On Departments Loss

Message from the Sheriff: 
It is with tremendous sorrow and profound sadness that I announce the sudden and untimely death of Deputy First Class Steven Ray of the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office, less than 24 hours after working his last assignment.  Steven, an 18 year law enforcement veteran, and a proud United States Marine was just 42 years of age and leaves behind three sons, a special longtime girlfriend, and four siblings.

He was a loyal and dedicated member of our Sheriff’s Emergency Response Team (SERT) and a coveted member of our much beloved WCSO Motor Unit. 

As Sheriff of Wicomico County, I ask that you keep the men and women of the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office and the Family of Deputy Steven Ray in your thoughts and prayers as they will be experiencing many difficult days ahead.

Thank you Stevie Ray for serving the citizens of Wicomico County with distinction and pride.  Semper Fi.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

Keep Wicomico County Sheriff's Department In Your Prayers As They Lost A Brother Today

 R.I.P Deputy Steve Ray

Missing Dog In Cape Charles

My brother's black lab is missing. Mark Henry Jr.
Jack is almost 3 years old, solid dark black in color, a stocky build, and teal blue collar. He has a sweet, happy disposition and is good with all people and dogs. IF FOUND, PLEASE CALL 703-283-3990.
Jack is deeply loved by our family and we want him home. He was last seen Thursday morning in the neighborhood behind Kiptopeek Elementary. Jack has a health issue and requires daily medication. Thank you.

Reggie Mason Gets Apology From Worcester County Commissioners



Salisbury, MD:  The Downtown Salisbury Festival - presented by Pohanka of Salisbury - returns to Downtown Salisbury this June 8-10, 2018, complete with carnival rides, great food, arts & entertainment and more!   This year the action will take place along E. Market Street, with all new carnival rides.  From funnel cakes, to oyster fritters – there will be something for everyone at the Downtown Salisbury Festival this June!

“The layout will be slightly different this year while the new amphitheater is being constructed,” says Salisbury Arts District’s executive director Jamie Heater, “but it is still a great chance to enjoy Downtown Salisbury’s Riverwalk and everything our community has to offer!” This year, vendors, food trucks and the main stage will be hosted along E. Market Street, on the eastern side of downtown.  Parking Lot One and the Parking Garage will be both be open and accessible for parking.

The Salisbury Arts & Entertainment District is again teaming up with the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce to bring a carnival to Downtown Salisbury.  This year the carnival will be hosted closer to the main action, in City of Salisbury Parking Lot 10 – adjacent to Route 13.  A new location, plus all new rides, means it’s guaranteed to be fresh and exciting for everyone.  Tickets can be purchased Friday – Sunday, with ride-all-day wristbands available Sunday only!

The Salisbury Festival, originally called the Dogwood Festival, began in the 1980’s when Salisbury Wicomico Arts Council held an event called “Arts on the Plaza” that featured local artists.  The festival continued to feature a large arts & culture component as The Salisbury Festival, and was continued by the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce for 32 years before retiring the concept in 2015.   

“We are so excited to bring the long-running traditional downtown Salisbury Festival back in a big way!  We look forward to seeing you downtown!” said Mayor Jake Day. 

The festival will take place on Friday June 8th, Saturday June 9th and Sunday June 10th, 2018.  For more information on the festival, or to register to be sponsor, vendor or volunteer, please visit 

Sheriff Reggie Mason Calls Mike McDermott Out On His Lies At Forum Tuesday Night

"As some of you have read in the paper , The Commissioner's and County Administrator Higgins have a TRUST problem with me. I have since received a letter of APOLOGY from them and it will be in the papers soon with a response from me. I have received word from some that attended last nights Republican Forum that Mike McDermott made a statement to this, however he never mention about , that The Commissioner's sent every member of my Command Staff along with my copy of APOLOGY. Mike seems to tell you what he wants you to hear, not the whole story. Thanks to the people attending for the notification. Some still think I'am trying to do a good job for our county even though Mike and his followers do not. Check out your Sheriff (C) very careful, alot to learn about some. Be sure to vote and (D) (I) change parties now to vote for Sheriff and then switch back if you wish, do not be sorry, election is late june and the only time for voting for this OFFICE ."

Wicomico County Rabies Clinic

The Dorchester County Narcotics Task Force recently presented and received Grand Jury Indictments for several people in relation to an ongoing investigation into the illegal distribution of narcotics in Dorchester County

The Dorchester County Narcotics Task Force recently presented and received Grand Jury Indictments for several people in relation to an ongoing investigation into the illegal distribution of narcotics in Dorchester County. The persons charged all sold narcotics to undercover officers. They are identified as:
33 year old Dominique Shelby West Sr.
305 Noble Street, Hurlock, Md.
4-counts of Distribution of Cocaine
4-counts of Possession of Cocaine
4-counts of Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Distribute
Held without Bond.
29 year old Levonte Jamar Dockins
408 Elizabeth Cornish Landing
Bridgeville, Del.
2-counts of Distribution of Heroin
2-counts of Possession of Heroin
Illegal possession of a Firearm by a prohibited person
Illegal possession of Ammunition by a prohibited person
Held without Bond.
64 year old Calvin Tydings Jr.
906 Washington Street, Cambridge, Md.
2-counts of Possession with Intent to Distribute prescription pills
2-counts of illegal possession of Prescription Pills
2-counts of Possession of Paraphernalia
Held without Bond.
52 year William Joseph Jenkins Jr.
102 Dorchester Ave.
Hurlock, Md.
2-counts of Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Distribute
2-counts of Possession of Cocaine
2-counts of Possession of Paraphernalia
Held without Bond
38 year old Ann Marie Fleek
417 Buena Vista Ave.
Federalsburg, Md.
Possession of Cocaine with Intent to Distribute
Possession of Cocaine
Possession of Paraphernalia
Held without Bond.
27 year old Bennie Mack Williams III
810 Phillips Street
Cambridge, Md.
3-counts of Distribution of Heroin
3-counts of Possession of Heroin
Held without Bond.
24 year old Tony Dermaine Elliott Jr.
4606 Skinners Run Road
Hurlock, Md.
3-counts of Distribution of Heroin
1-counts of Possession with Intent to Distribute Heroin
1-count of Possession of Heroin
Held without Bond.
The Dorchester Task Force was assisted by the Dorchester County Sheriff’s Office, Cambridge Police Department, Hurlock Police Department, Dorchester County State’s Attorney’s Office, Homeland Security Investigations, Maryland State Police and the U.S. Marshal’s Office. The investigation is ongoing and more arrests are expected.

Home Fire Sprinkler Day May 19th

Road Closure Alert For St Michael's Running Festival

ROAD CLOSURE ALERT – Saturday, May 19, 2018
The 7th annual St. Michaels Running Festival is taking place on Saturday, May 19, 2018. Please note the following road closures and expected delays.
• Rt. 33 (Talbot Street) from Lincoln Ave. to Trusty Street in St. Michaels will be closed from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
• Rt. 33 (Talbot Street) will reopen at 8:00 a.m. and will be open continuously from that time.
• There will be periodic traffic stops at the main gate of Martingham and Rt. 33 until 9:30 a.m.
• Please EXPECT DELAYS in and around St. Michaels until 10:30 a.m.
For more details regarding areas affected by the race, please visit

Upcoming Events In Pocomoke

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

The Problem With Mike McDermott

Most people who read this site know that Mike McDermott who is running for Worcester County Sheriff, is not one of my favorite people. Last night was just a prime example of exactly why. The Sheriff's candidates had 4 minutes each to talk about their vision for the Office. Scott Bernal, Matt Crisafulli and George Truitt all took their time to say why they would be the best for the job citing ideas they have for the future of the Office and their mutual respect for each other. Mike McDermott? not so much. Mike decided to spend his 4 minutes running his opponents down regarding their experience levels. It was all about Mike and how great he is. This is what separates humble people with people that think so highly of themselves.

Mike likes to keep using the slogan "experience matters" as a way to throw shade on his opponents. Mike has even gone on record stating his opponents aren't even qualified to be beat cops in small town agencies. This again is Mike McDermott. No respect for his opponents, just trash their careers and reputations. Mike builds himself up by tearing others down.

Many months back an attempt to persuade me to join the Mike camp was made, which I ultimately declined. Let me explain. I am always open to seeing people change, if I see heartfelt desire to do so. With Mike McDermott that is never the case. Mike wants to placate you, to eliminate the number of threats he perceives to his political career. I informed them that Mike didn't have to make anything right with me, as I am a grown ass man. Anyone that reads this site knows my issues with Mike are the samples mentioned above and more importantly for me his treatment of Lynn Dodenhoff, Christine Sheddy, her children, her family and friends.

Mike McDermott's "experience" he talks about so frequently was 26 years of law enforcement in 2007 . Mike made up his mind that Christine had just decided to run off to go party and say the hell with her children and responsibilities, and even filed charges of child abandonment against her. . These are not my opinions..these are facts. When Lynn Dodenhoff (Christine's Mother)tried to tell him that her Daughter would never do that, Mike tells her Mother that she was a "sponge on society" for her lack of work history. Christine Sheddy had lost the love of her life and Father of her child Hailey to Cancer just a couple of years earlier.

Two years, three months and seven days later after Lynn worked tirelessly with the Maryland State Police and the Worcester County State's Attorney's Office led by Joel Todd , Christine's body was recovered from a shallow grave within a stones throw from the very Office that Mike McDermott worked in. That was his 26 years of experience.

This is where the problem with Mike McDermott started with me, and why ultimately I could never support Mike for any Office. After Christine's body was found, did Mike ever try to apologize for disparaging her to her Mother? the answer is no..he never reached out to apologize for the hateful words and attitude he took regarding a murder victim. That my friends is not how someone with a heart or conscience acts.

At last nights forum a lady who had been blocked from Mike's facebook page for questioning him on his proposed budget ideas, was told it was done because that page is only for supporters. I thought campaign pages were for people to get to know more about the candidates and their ideas. It seems for Mike it is a Mike McDermott fan page where he only has to see positive things about how awesome he is. Mike also called the lady a name and turned away. How can Mike McDermott claim to have the best interest of everyone in mind, when he cannot take criticism or accept when he is wrong?. Everyone last night also noticed that Mike refused to shake the hands of his opponents, which is why later on when Mike walked back and offered his hand to me I told him I wasn't going to shake his hand.

Worcester County Sheriff Reggie Mason is a good man, one with integrity and honor. A man that all Republicans rallied behind without fail in the past elections. Reggie has fully endorsed Matt Crisafulli to be the next Sheriff after he retires. Notice what happened as soon as this was made public? Mike McDermott starts disparaging Reggie and the way he has handled the Sheriff's office the past few years. Reggie has even called Mike out on this publicly. What does the McDermott camp do? They go around trying to convince everyone that Reggie has mental issues as a way to take away any credence to Reggie's endorsement. That my friends is the truth.

I don't dislike Mike McDermott without cause, I dislike Mike McDermott because this above is who he is. I just ask that if you are a Worcester County Voter and a republican to please consider my above true statements before you vote for Mike. Matt Crisafulli cares about everyone and doesn't dismiss and judge others who disagree with him.

An apology at this point from him would be of no value, as it would be done for political reasons only, sincere regret would have happened when Christine's body was removed from the ground.


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Letter To The Editor On Mike McDermott Treatment Of Lynn Dodenhoff

Dear Editor:
I read with great sadness, Lynn Dodenhoff's letter about the murder of her daughter and Mike McDermott's insensitive comments to her regrading her death. As a victim of a violent crime, one that I barely survived, I can tell you first hand what it takes to live with such a trauma, and the need for compassion and sensitivity. Violent crime knows no social or economic bounds. Every crime victim, and their families, need to be treated with respect, empathy and compassion. Especially by law enforcement. They are the first conduit between the families of victims, and can be instrumental in their emotional well being post-violent incident. I was fortunate to have the support of our Philadelphia District Attorney and the detectives who were advisers on my case. Unless you have been a victim of a violent crime or a family member, you cannot imagine how much that support helps in those darkest hours after a murder or attack. Worcester County deserves a sheriff and law enforcement staff that cares about its residents, and treats them with the utmost dignity. One of the reasons I decided to volunteer on Matt Crisafulli's campaign for sheriff, is because I saw in him the empathy, experience, and the concern for all of the people in the county. He will be the kind of sheriff who won't be a bureaucrat, but a leader who values community policing and truly cares about the people he serves. His oath is to the U.S. Constitution and the people of Worcester County. And to Lynn Dodenoff, thank you for your honesty and speaking out about your loss. I want you to know that your daughter's life had meaning and purpose. May she rest in peace.
Dava Guerin,

The Wicomico County Council expressed their appreciation of the men and women of the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office with a proclamation for National Police Week

The Wicomico County Council expressed their appreciation of the men and women of the Wicomico County Sheriff's Office with a proclamation for National Police Week. (Pictured L-R, DFC W Parker, Sgt. B Williams, Sheriff Lewis and Council VP Larry Dodd)

Meet And Greet For Bill McDermott Tonight

Maryland State Police Easton Barrack Mid-May Drunk Driving and Alcohol Related Investigations

Maryland State Police Easton Barrack Mid-May Drunk Driving and Alcohol Related Investigations

(Easton, Maryland) The Maryland State Police Easton Barrack conducted the following drunk driving and alcohol related investigation between May 1, 2018 and May 15, 2018.
May 1, 2018, Holly Louise Keen, 39 of Salisbury, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Trappe, Md.
May 1, 2018, Daniel Wayne Dalton, 35 of Delaware, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Henderson, Md.
May 2, 2018, Troopers responded to the 5100 Block of Old Trappe Road regarding a single vehicle (motorcycle) accident. Names are being withheld at this time. The driver was transported by Maryland State Police Helicopter to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma for injuries sustained during the accident. The Passenger was transported by ground to Easton Hospital for injuries sustained during the accident. Alcohol is considered the primary factor and additional charges are pending.
May 2, 2018, Amanda Wolf, 55 of Preston, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Easton, Md.
May 5, 2018, John Robert Scharch, 51 of Centreville, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Cambridge, Md.
May 6, 2018, Chandler Jacob Samuel, 18 of Delaware, was issued a civil citation for possession of marijuana less than 10 grams and underage possession of alcohol after a traffic stop in Greensboro, Md.
May 6, 2018, Loni Renada Jones, 35 of Salisbury, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and on a suspended drivers license after a traffic stop in Cambridge, Md.
May 8, 2018, Richard Allen Hubbard, 46 of East New Market, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Easton, Md.
May 9, 2018, Troopers responded to Noble Road, Denton, Md., regarding an unwanted intoxicated subject. Upon arrival, Adam James Laplant, 34 of Denton, was arrested on an active arrest warrant for theft under $1000.00. He was taken before a court commissioner and held without bond.
May 10, 2018, Mark Douglas Crandell, 24 of Denton, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Easton, Md.
May 10, 2018, Scott Stitchberry, 32 of Cambridge, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Easton, Md. His passenger, Robyn Lynn Dabolish, 37 of Stevensville, was arrested for failure to obey a lawful order and interfering with an official police investigation. She was taken before a court commissioner and released pending a court date.
May 11, 2018, Mickayla Schwartz, 23 of Federalsburg, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Easton, Md.
May 13, 2018, Meghan Lee-Ann Sears, 29 of Cordova, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Cordova, Md.
May 13, 2018, Lauren Eilieen DiCaprio, 23 of Easton, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Easton, Md.
May 13, 2018, Michael Anthony Gingell, 22 of Easton, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic stop in Easton, Md.
May 15, 2018, A male, 35 of Frederick, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol after a traffic collision in Cordova, Md. The driver’s name is being held as this investigation remains open. Alcohol is considered the primary factor and additional charges are pending.

The Maryland State Police Easton Barrack may be contacted at 410-819-4747

More Pictures From Last Nights Great Event

Wayne Hartman

Joe Schanno

Scott Bernal

Matt Crisafulli

Mike McDermott

George Truitt

Kris Heiser

Billy McDermott

Mary Beth Carozza

Republican Women Of Worcester County Put On Amazing Candidates Forum And Meet And Greet Last Night

I'm going to share some pictures first and then share my thoughts

New Nationwide Debate Do You Hear Yanny? Or Laurel?

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Worcester County Republican Womans Candidates Forum A Packed House

Meet And Greet Worcester Republican Candidates Tonight

May 18, 2018 is the next 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury!

MAY 18, 2018 - WEIRD SCIENCE!   

May 18, 2018 is the next 3rd Friday in Downtown Salisbury!  Artists and crafters fill the streets, with live music on the Plaza by Chris English Blues.  

This month's theme is WEIRD SCIENCE - so check out all of the special activities for scientists and weirdos of all ages!  There will be Free Slime, Ghost Busters, Science Experiments, Pinewood Car Races and more! 
For all things science and slime, check out the new 3rd Friday area down on Market Street, in front ofAcorn Market and Angello’s Unique Gifts!  Check out Ava’s Slime Shop, M-4 Reactor's 3-D printer plus, hands on science experiments and more!
The Eastern Shore Ghostbusters will have their converted ECTahOe1, movie accurate props and a free slime lab set up for everyone to come out and enjoy!  The ES Ghostbusters also want to know if there is something strange in your neighborhood – and will talk about ghost hunting with an open mind!  
On N. Division Street, check out the Tri County District 1st Annual Corporate Pinewood Derby, in support of the Tri County District Boy Scouts!   Watch grown adults and local businesses race cars that they created, as they compete and bribe the judges for prizes, accolades and bragging rights!  The rules are there are no rules –and check out the Pit Stop After Party at The Brick Room!  
Also, on N. Division Street, you can check out the Lower Shore Addiction Awareness Visual Arts Competition, on display in front of the courthouse, with winners announced at 5:30 p.m.  The competition gives Wicomico, Worcester, Dorchester and Somerset middle and high school students an opportunity to express how drug addiction affects them personally and is made possible by the Wicomico County State’s Attorney’s Office, and the Wicomico Sherriff’s Office.  
On the Plaza, artists and crafters fill the streets, and there will be live music by The Chris English Blues Band! The Salisbury Jaycees will be pouring local craft beer and wine.   Plus, be sure to stop bySt. Peter’s Episcopal Church for church tours, hotdogs, hamburgers, and wacky science experiments for the kids! St. Peters will also be selling 250th anniversary items, like mugs, t-shirts, car magnets and more!  
Salisbury Art Space is celebrating its 65th Anniversary with a ribbon cutting at 4:30 p.m. and the opening of two brand new exhibits.  Located on the lower level of Gallery Building, Salisbury Art Space is kicking off its 65th season with a special “Artists Downtown” exhibition, and the 2018 Congressional Art Competition, in association with Congressman Andy Harris's office, will be on display in the Robinson Gallery.  The night will begin with a ribbon cutting, followed by a reception from 5- 8 p.m. in association with the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce.  
Salisbury University Art Galleries | Downtown Campus also has a fun night lined up – check out the 2018 Art-A-Thon, where artists compete head-to-head, in the same room, to win cash and other prizes! Artists will be given four hours to work, and the public can watch and vote all day on their favorites!  The fun starts at 3p.m. and ends at 7p.m. with the winner announced at 7:30 p.m. – determined by popular vote!  
The shops and businesses are ready for spring with special events planned!  Kuhns Jewelers has found the perfect gift the unique man in your life – pure tantalum!  Number #73 on the periodic table, tantalum is a blue-grey metal that is hypoallergenic, crack-resistant, durable and rare!    Parker Place will have a pop up boutique set up in their old location all weekend long, be sure to visit Corsets and Cogs on their last day in Downtown Salisbury – with 25% off all in stock merchandise, pocket watches and parasols, and 50% off Uncle Jon’s Soaps and other products! Axe to Grind will be moving to Uniforms Unlimited. 
The Rabbit Hole's all new Wonderland Pop Up Gallery will host a monthly exhibition that is all about Moms, mothers and the eternal feminine - with a special reception during 3rd Friday!  Check out the all new space curated by Nicole Bishop-Herr. 
The downtown bars and restaurants are ready with live music for 3rd Friday!  Roadie Joe’s Bar and Grillwill live music by Smooth and Remy from 5:30 – 8:30pm, and late night with DJ Blendz.  Brew River Restaurant and Bar will have live music by the Bonedaddies from 6-10pm and DJ E-State from 10 p.m. until close. Market Street will have late night jams by DJ Juan, and Mojo’s will have DJ Vybe.  
Downtown Trolleyservice will start earlier at 5 p.m. in front of the Guerrieri Academic Commons and will run until 7 p.m.  Service will resume later that night at 9 p.m. and run until 2 a.m.  Boarding is free with a Gull Card or $1 otherwise and will bring you from Salisbury University and surrounding areas to Downtown Salisbury.
PLEASE NOTE - 3rd Friday's footprint will be expanded to include the stretch of road in front of the Acorn Market, and Angello's Unique Gifts.  Road closures can be expected at 3PM on the Plaza (intersection of Main Street, and Division Street), at Mill Street and W. Main Street, and at Calvert Street and W. Market Street.   The block of N. Division Street between Church Street and N Division Street will close at 4PM.  
3rd Friday is a downtown economic development initiative and a project of the Salisbury Arts & Entertainment District in partnership with The City of Salisbury.   
To be a vendor at 3rd Friday you must be an artist, crafter or non-profit organization, and you must pre-register by emailing a description of what you hope to set-up to