Thursday, August 25, 2016

Mother Of Child Scared At Daycare Confirms Story


I have spoken to the Mother of one of the affected children of the scary mask incident, and she has confirmed to me the same details I shared yesterday. This little child won't take a nap now because he feels he has to save his friends from the monster. The child also says that one of the teachers would offer candy if he wouldn't tell his Mother about the mask. The little boy had told his Grandmother about the scary mask and that it was in the drawer. State Investigators have been looking into this and questioned the child without the Mother present. When the Mother found out she asked the Daycare why wasn't she called she was told they didn't have to.

This is terrible treatment of the Mother and highly disturbing when the child is scared now and knew the Drawer was the place the monster came from if he misbehaved.

Big Update To Daycare Story Coming

Bomb Threat At Target On Salisbury

A bomb threat was called in to target in north Salisbury around noon police are investigating 

The Future Of Downtown Salisbury



This my friends is what the future of Downtown Salisbury will look like soon enough. This weekend they are doing soil tests in the parking lot to get this ready to begin to really turn Downtown into a masterpiece. Imagine the shops and apartments that will bring lots of people into the plaza and other Downtown areas. I am personally very excited for this

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Unmarked helicopter flying over North Salisbury

A black unmarked helicopter has been circling around the north end of Salisbury and no law enforcement officials know who it is.. 

This has been going on over an hour

Somerset County Public Schools Calendar Of Events


Free Garden Seminar


White Marlin Open What's The Issue?


I saw they are withholding the prize money from the White Marlin Open tournament. I know absolutely nothing about the event but wondered if anybody heard what the issue may be?

Something Happening In Downtown Salisbury Every Friday


Downtown Parking Lots to Close Temporarily Beginning Friday Night

Downtown Parking Lots to Close Temporarily Beginning Friday Night

Salisbury – Municipal Parking Lots 1 and 11 in Downtown Salisbury will close for soil boring tests from 7:00 p.m. Friday, August 26thuntil 7:00 a.m. Monday, August 29th.  Vehicles remaining in either lot after 12:00 a.m. Saturday may be subject to towing at the owner’s expense.

 

The general public may park in the municipal parking garage on Circle Ave. until 7:00 a.m. on Monday, August 29th. Non-permitted vehicles remaining in the parking garage after 7:00 a.m. on Monday will be subject to the posted hourly garage rates from 7:00 a.m. onward.  Lot 1 and Lot 11 permit holders may park in the municipal parking garage on Circle Ave. until 8:00 a.m. Monday, if not previously reassigned to another location by the Parking Authority.   Permitted vehicles remaining in the parking garage after 8:00 a.m. on Mondaywill be subject to the posted hourly garage rates from 8:00 a.m.onward.  Permit holders are asked to present their parking permit at time of exit.

 

Lot 1 is bordered by S. Division St. to the East, Circle Ave. to the South, W. Market St. to the West, and Camden St. to the North.

 

Lot 11 is located between Circle Ave.and W. Market St. 

 

For more information, please contact Parking Services at 410-548-3190.

Salisbury Police Seeking To Identify Theft Suspect

Theft suspect from sears can u id(16-39930)(1181)#crimesolvers 410-548-1776 #cashtips

Children Being Scared By Creepy Mask At Delmar Daycare


This creepy mask shown above has been used to scare children at lil red hen daycare in Delmar. .The worst part is it's teachers doing the scaring. A 2 year old child was told it was nap time and of course being 2 didn't want to cooperate. A fellow teacher calls another one over and then next thing you know this teacher who witnessed this hears the kid start screaming. Why on Earth would you be scaring children like this? that mask is creepy as hell and would give normal people nightmares let alone a 2 year old. People entrusted to take care of others children should know better than to do this Psychological stuff that could really mess them up. 

Wicomico County Republican Club Crab Feast

The Wicomico County Republican Club is hosting it's Annual Crab Feast at Schumaker Pavillion on Saturday, September 10th from 1:00PM to 4:00PM.  To purchase tickets visit their website to PURCHASE TICKETS or you can stop the Wicomico County Republican Headquarters at 229 E. Main St - Downtown Salisbury, MD where they have tickets available for purchase between 10AM to 7PM everyday.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

5 Years Ago Today


Crisfield's National Hard Crab Derby Schedule

National Hard Crab Derby
Labor Day Weekend September 1, 2, 3, 4, 2016

Somers Cove Marina

Crisfield's National Hard Crab Derby is an annual Labor Day weekend event. The unique crab themed festival features crab races, crab cooking and picking contests, carnival rides, arts and crafts, vendors, live entertainment, beauty pageants, a parade, fireworks and more.

The festival begins Thursday evening with a carnival, runs through the weekend and ends Sunday night with a Gospel concert and fireworks. Many events are free. There is a $3 admission fee on Saturday and additional fees apply for the Saturday night concert and some of the other events.

Crab Derby Schedule

Thursday, September 1st

Grounds Open 6 pm - 10 pm

For carnival only

Carnival grounds, Somers Cove Marina
Admission Free
Prices and times for wristbands will be announced.
No vendors
Miss Crustacean Pageant 7 pm more info

Crisfield High School
Admission $10
Friday, September 2nd

Crab Cooking Contest 9 am more info

First Baptist Church, Somerset Ave
Admission Free
Grounds Open 6 pm

Carnival 6 pm - 10 pm

Carnival grounds, Somers Cove Marina
Admission Free
Prices and times for wristbands will be announced.
Rides, games, food, vendors Various Prices
Crisfield Idol 6:30 pm

Crab Bowl
Admission $3
Saturday, September 3rd

10-K Race/Walk 7:30 am more info

City Dock
Lions Club Swim Meet 9:00 am

Somers Cove Marina Pool
Admission Free
Parade 11:00 am

Main St.
Admission Free
Grounds Open 12 noon

Carnival 12 noon

Carnival grounds, Somers Cove Marina
Admission $3
Prices and times for wristbands will be announced.
Rides, games, food, vendors Various Prices
Crab Picking Contest 1:30 pm

Crab Bowl (Marina bleachers)
Admission Free
68th Annual Governor's Cup Race 2:00 pm

Crab Bowl (Marina bleachers)
Admission Free
National Hard Crab Derby Race 2:30 pm

Crab Bowl (Marina bleachers)
Admission Free
"Feet of Fire" Dance Group 4:00 pm

Crab Bowl (Marina bleachers)
Admission Free
Concert 6:30 pm - 10:30 pm more info

Baltimore band Starcrush
Tickets $15
Tables for 8 are $160 until August 21st
After August 21st, tables are $180
Buy your tickets in advance!
Call the Chamber 410-968-2500
Sunday, September 4th

Open Air Religious Service 8:00 am

Carnival grounds, Somers Cove Marina
Admission Free
Grounds Open 12 noon

Carnival Rides 12 noon - 4 pm

Carnival grounds, Somers Cove Marina
Admission Free
Prices and times for wristbands will be announced.
Boat Docking Contest 1 pm - 4 pm more info

Somers Cove Marina
Admission $17
B-Shoc Christian Concert 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm see video

Crab Bowl (Marina bleachers)
Admission Free
Fireworks 9:00 pm

Crab Bowl (Marina bleachers)
Admission Free

DEAL ISLAND – CHANCE LIONS CLUB 57th ANNUAL SKIPJACK RACE & FESTIVAL

DEAL ISLAND – CHANCE LIONS CLUB
57th ANNUAL SKIPJACK RACE & FESTIVAL

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Saturday, September 3, 2016 Confirmed!

4:00 PM, Islandfest Concert. FREE ADMISSION – Love OfferingKick off the Labor Day weekend with Islandfest Concert. Returning for 2016 are the very popular Island Boys, the Sons of Thunder, and Reunion Quartet. The concert is held outdoors at Deal Island Harbor, and there is some seating, but bring your lawn chair. Food vendors will be set up and open for the concert.
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Sunday, September 4, 2016 Tentative Schedule

ALL DAY — Music, Arts and Crafts, Eastern Shore and Comfort Food, Educational booths, Silent Auction, and for the Kids: Bounce House, Free Tattoos (Temporary), and MORE!

9:30 AM, Church service at the harbor.
9:30 AM, Car show registration
10:00 AM, Car show – Come see the Custom Cars, Antique Autos, and Street Rods
1:00 PM, Parade from Deal Island School to the harbor
7 pm to 11 pm HARBOR DANCE admission only $7.50. Area band (“FRONT PAGE NEWS“) with mixed country contemporary and oldies
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Monday, September 5, 2016 Tentative Schedule
ALL DAY — Live Music, Arts and Crafts, Silent Auction, Food, and for the Kids: Bounce House, Free Tattoos (Temporary),  and MORE!
7 AM, Start of fishing contest.
8 AM, Blessing of the fleet and the skipjacks head for the race
9:15 AM,  PHRF race
9:30 AM, Skipjack Race
10 AM, Smith Island Skiff Race
1 PM, Edwina and Roland Parkinson Swimming Races
2:00 PM, Chesapeake Cowboys Boat Docking, Working Class Competition
3:30 PM, Kids Skiff Docking
6:00 PM, Awards Cash raffle drawn by Miss Skipjack, Silent Auction winners, Closing Ceremonies.

Wicomico County Fair Huge Success


If you didn't get out over the weekend and enjoy the Wicomico County Fair you really missed a good time. Attendance was awesome, weather was beautiful and Gov Hogan even came and enjoyed. I am so glad to see this event starting to come into it's own as many years it seemed forgotten.,

Monday, August 22, 2016

Voodoo Spells Of Death In Salisbury




Lephterie Jaochim likes to stab people, she also like voodoo spells of death. On August 20th she threatened to stab her boyfriend and his children and had also threatened them with voodoo spells of death. No word on if chicken bones and goats blood were found at the home.

News Aggregate Sites Under Fire For Stolen Content

News sites that copy and paste articles from other news sources are under attack for stealing the work of others. What most people don't realize is companies pay a fee to license the stories they use from major news networks. Recently the AP won a case against just that type of website who was copying and pasting stories from all over the map.

Stealing hits from other news sites headlines to falsely bump up your site hits is a lame lazy way to run a website.


Susie Stiltner Missing


Inquiry Ending in Deaths of 13 Bald Eagles in Maryland

Photo: Glenn Breeding


With no evidence or suspects the investigation into the 13 Bald Eagles poisoned in Federalsburg , the investigation will be closing. This is a terrible thing that someone is going to get away with killing 13 of our Nation's symbol If you happen to know anything please contact authorities before case is closed

Reward Of 1000 Dollars In Shooting Of Family Pet


Bob Culver Starting To Make Good Decisions



As someone who has been critical of Bob Culver in the past, I have to give credit where it is due. Lately I have seen Bob working across party lines for the betterment of the County, instead of continuing the line in the sand party talk. What makes a good politician is someone who can work across the isle with the other side. Some of our best local representatives have that ability. Jim Mathias, Carl Anderton,Johnny Mautz ,Jake Day, Mary Beth Carozza, Charles Otto are great examples of the awesome people we have representing us.  

Sad News From Government Office Building

Anyone who ever visited the GOB over the past years was greeted by one of the nicest guys you would have ever met, Scotty White. He died over the weekend and will be missed. Prayers to his family and friends..

How Was Your Weekend?

getting back into swing of things today news wise, wanted to see how everyone was

Friday, August 19, 2016

Worcester County Sheriff Press Release

On 08/14/2016 at approximately 1806 hours, Worcester County Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to the Frontier Town located on Stephen Decatur Highway in reference to a disorderly subject.



Upon arrival, The Deputies met with park security and learned Ryan Conrad Horst, 26, of Woodbine, Maryland was observed violating rules of the campground. After park security attempted to stop Mr. Horst and speak with him, he started yelling obscenities to them and ran his golf cart into theirs. Deputies made contact with Mr. Horst who became argumentative and refused to cooperate during the investigation and failed to comply with the Deputy's instructions.



Mr. Horst was placed under arrest and issued two Criminal Citations for Disorderly Conduct and Trespassing. Mr. Horst was released pending trial and advised not to return to the Frontier Town.


Thursday, August 18, 2016

2016 Annual Wicomico County Republican Crab Feast!!!!!!!!

We would love to have you join us for our 2016 Annual Crab Feast! This is our biggest fundraiser of the year so we appreciate your support.

Date: Saturday, September 10th, 2016

Location: Schumaker Park Pavilion, 1019 S. Schumaker Drive, Salisbury, MD

Ages 19 & up: $30.00

Ages 7-18: $9.00

6 and under: Free

Tickets at the door: $35.00 (so get yours now!)

Your ticket includes all you can eat steamed crabs, steamed corn, hot dogs, hamburgers, chicken, soft drinks and draft beer. There will be a silent auction, 50/50 raffle, activities for children and more.

Tickets must be purchased by September 10th! This is a rain or shine event.

Please fill out the form below and click submit. Once you’ve done so, select your ticket(s) via the PayPal button where you’ll be directed to PayPal to make your purchase. Thank you!

If you would like to be a sponsor and help us to defray the cost of the Crab Feast we have several options available:
Friends of the Club Sponsor: $100 – includes two(2) tickets, name included on a display with list of Friends of the Club sponsors, and recognition at Crab Feast.
Crab Feast Co-Hosts Sponsor: $250 – includes four(4) tickets, name included on a display list of Crab Feast Co-Hosts sponsors, and recognition at the Crab Feast.
Crab Feast Host Sponsor: $500 – Includes six(6) tickets, name on your own display, and recognition at the Crab Feast.

Sponsors may display a banner if they are representing a company or are a Republican elected official or Republican candidate for office.

Death of Wicomico County Man During Transport For Treatment Investigated


Maryland State Police criminal investigators assigned to the Wicomico Bureau of Investigation are investigating the death of a man who may have had a medical emergency while county deputies and EMS personnel were moving him from his home to an ambulance.

The deceased is identified as Jerry Rosenberger Jr., 32, of Hebron, Md. He was pronounced dead at Peninsula Regional Medical Center.

The preliminary investigation indicates that at about 8:15 p.m. yesterday, deputies from the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for a disorderly man at a home in the 25000-block of Gristmill Road, Hebron. Deputies were met by the father of the disorderly man, who reported his son had been acting strange and he was afraid his son may hurt him. The father reported his son had assaulted him earlier this month. He said his son was taking prescription medications and several muscle building supplements.

Deputies found the man, believed to weigh about 400 pounds, seated on his bedroom floor sweating profusely. According to deputies, Rosenberger was experiencing mood swings ranging from calm to angry and was speaking nonsensically. Deputies determined he should be transported to the hospital for an emergency petition and summoned EMS personnel.

Mardela Springs Emergency Medical Services personnel responded and Rosenberger told them he could not walk to the ambulance. EMS personnel enlisted the assistance of deputies to help move the man on a collapsible stretcher. When they reached the ambulance, EMS personnel determined the man was not breathing and emergency procedures were initiated.

Rosenberger was transported by ambulance to the hospital, where he was later pronounced dead. His body has been transported to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore for an autopsy to determine the cause and manner of death.

State Police investigators from the Wicomico County Bureau of Investigation are conducting the investigation. They are continuing to conduct interviews of persons on the scene last night. In addition to the deputies and EMS personnel, an officer from the Salisbury Police Department was also present. The preliminary investigation indicates there was no significant physical contact or any use of force by law enforcement or EMS personnel involved.

The investigation is continuing.

How Much Does A Trip To Ocean City Cost You

How much does a trip to Ocean City cost you these days?

Annual Sharptown Firemen’s Carnival Ends This Weekend


get out and enjoy