Thursday, September 21, 2017

Rivers Edge And Courtney Deason ;The Inspection Documents Reveal Extent Of Neglect Due To Poor Management

After a series of complaints provided by tenants residing at Rivers Edge Apartments, on Thursday, August 24th 2017 a meeting was held on site to express concerns with management and code violations. Some of the complaints included;
Lack of maintenance
Maintenance not happening in a timely manor
Misc. Code Violations
Plumbing issues and leaks
Rude/unprofessional front office practices
Common areas/art rooms not being available to the artists
After going to this meeting and hearing some of the issues present, the Housing and Community Development Department (HCDD) sent Code Enforcement Officers to inspect the property on Thursday, August 31st. The following violations were found throughout the eighteen apartments inspected. Four apartments claimed no issues.
Air filters not being replaced, or not present at all
Leak in top floor apartment when it rains, leaking into smoke detector outlet
Electrical outlets not working
Smoke detector batteries need replaced (10’ ceilings)
Washers don’t all have leak trays, presenting possible future leaks
Burners on stove tops not working at all or not properly working
Cracks in ceiling drywall, some showing discoloration from water
Missing weather stripping in exterior doors
Bathrooms not impervious to water/need caulking around tubs
Refrigerator leaking from condensation, building up ice in freezer, had broken seal
Mildew on ceilings in bathrooms (10’ ceilings)
Garbage disposals not working or not working properly
Hinges on interior doors not functioning properly
Closet shelving falling when put to use
Broken light fixture on exterior hallway in apt building 660, 2nd floor
Some other thoughts and concerns noted from the meeting and inspection are as followed;
Not a significant amount of maintenance staff
All hot water heaters and HVAC units are in a locked closet in each unit. Keys should be left on site in a knox box in case of emergency leaks or other issues during the off hour times
The tenants responsibilities and fees for maintenance should be clearly listed
The City of Salisbury HCDD should be informed of issues taking place that will take longer than two weeks to fix by onsite maintenance or any job that has to be outsourced


Why Habitat America keeps a person employed who runs a complex in the ground like this, but also cost them Island Club is beyond me . Read the complaints online of any of the apartment review sites for both island club and runaway bay. This is just a sample







MICHAEL W. CAREY, FOUND GUILTY OF ROBBERY AND THEFT


On September 19, 2017, a Wicomico County jury convicted Michael Wayne Carey, age 38, no
fixed address, of one count of Robbery and one count of Theft-$1000 to under $10,000.
This  conviction stems  from Carey robbing the Bank of Delmarva on Route 13 in Delmar,
Maryland on September 30, 2016.  Carey was arrested in Greenwood, Delaware on October 1, 2016.
Carey was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment, all suspended except 5 years of active incarceration.
Carey was previously convicted of the September 26, 2016 robbery of First Shore Federal Bank on Mt.
Hermon Road in Salisbury, for which he received a sentence of 15 years active incarceration.  These two sentences will be served consecutively.


Wicomico County State’s Attorney Ella Disharoon commended the combined efforts of Corporal
Thomas Esham of the Delmar Police Department, Detective Brandon Caton of the Salisbury Police
Department, and many other officers and community members involved in the investigation.   Mrs.
Disharoon also thanked Assistant State’s Attorney James “Bo” McAllister, who prosecuted the cases.

Ocean City Police Preparations Continue Despite H2Oi Cancellation

OCEAN CITY, MD – (September 20, 2017): While the annual H2O International event has been cancelled, the Ocean City Police Department continues to anticipate a large number of car enthusiasts in the resort beginning Monday, September 25 through Sunday, October 1. Police plan to continue a proactive enforcement strategy with no tolerance for unsafe moving violations and disruptive behavior.

“Due to the increased number of visitors, citizens can expect to see an increased police presence during this event,” commented Police Chief Ross Buzzuro. “We want all visitors to enjoy our resort town, but do so in a safe manner and to with respect to our laws and local ordinances.” Allied agencies will be in Ocean City to assist including the Maryland State Police, Maryland Transportation Authority, and Worcester County, Wicomico County and Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Offices.

The OCPD would like to remind visitors of several traffic regulations and local ordinances in anticipation of the event. Common traffic violations officers see during motor events include speeding, reckless driving, negligent driving, and spinning wheels. These violations carry fines ranging from $70 to up to $530 and up to six points assessed by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration to your driver’s license.

Visitors are advised to keep public sidewalks clear for pedestrian traffic. Also, open containers on public property, including public sidewalks, streets, and alleyways, are strictly prohibited. Anyone violating this local ordinance is subject to a maximum fine of $500 and/or 90 days in jail.

Finally, visitors can expect traffic delays throughout the weekend. Drivers are reminded to use caution, refrain from texting while driving and be aware of pedestrians. Pedestrians are reminded to Walk Smart, use crosswalks, and wait for the signal to change before crossing.

AIR B&B Questions From A Reader

What if any regulations are on Air B&B in city.  
Two have popped up downtown.  
One with people coming and going all hours of the night, and resulting in tenants drunk and disorderly slashing tires in city parking lot.  
 
Just don't see how we can enforce a 2 unrelated rule on college kids when these places can have six people staying?  And how long can they stay? Or will we soon have house rentals just calling themselves An unregulated B&B?

Just looking for clarification on differences and how they are or if they are regulated.  I have no problem if they are not- than we need to not discriminate against college kids staying temporarily either.  

Where do we draw the line!?  Just need clarification and I think some sort of signage should be up so people realize it's an unregulated tenant house.  As well the police may need to know his info and I would assume if in a condo unit there would also be required a fire code evacuation plan?

Might make an interesting article!?
You can go on AirB&B and see how many are around Salisbury!!

Plaza Tapatia Torn Down Making Way For Royal Farms On South Salisbury BLVD


Temple Hill Is Gone


Wednesday, September 20, 2017

PNC BANK ROBBED NORTH SALISBURY SUSPECT IN CUSTODY

North Salisbury pnc bank was robbed and a pursuit took place that ended with a foot chase through church street area..the suspect is in custody


No One Injured In Trooper- Involved Shooting During Foot Pursuit In Wicomico



(SALISBURY, MD) – After almost striking a trooper on patrol and a subsequent foot pursuit during which a trooper fired at, but did not hit, a suspect he thought was reaching for a gun, two juvenile car theft suspects are under arrest this morning in Wicomico County.

The male suspects are 16 and 17 years old and are both from Salisbury, Md.  They are currently being charged as juveniles and therefore are not being identified.  Neither was injured during the incident.

The preliminary investigation by the Maryland State Police Homicide Unit indicates that just after 12:00 a.m. today, a Maryland state trooper from the Salisbury Barrack was patrolling northbound on Rt. 12 when a southbound 2009 Chevrolet Equinox crossed the centerline and veered toward him, almost striking his patrol car.  The trooper turned around, activated his emergency equipment and attempted to stop the vehicle.

The driver of the vehicle refused to stop and the trooper reported to the barrack that he was in pursuit.  A check of the vehicle’s tag number by the barrack indicated the tag was stolen.  Two other troopers heard the pursuing trooper report he was heading in the direction of Washington Street and they attempted to intercept the vehicle there.

When they arrived in the area, the two troopers saw two individuals, later identified as the suspects, fleeing on foot.  They gave commands to stop which were ignored and a foot pursuit ensued through several backyards on Washington Street.

According to the preliminary investigation, one of the troopers pursuing one of the suspects saw him reach to the area of his waistband as he was running.  Believing the suspect may have been reaching for a gun, the trooper fired one shot from his department-issued pistol.  The suspect was not hit and surrendered.

The second suspect was apprehended by Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office deputies a short distance away.  He was taken into custody without further incident.

While the suspects were being processed, relatives of one of them contacted the barrack and reported their wallets and cash had been taken from their vehicle.  The suspect had been at their home earlier in the night.

Investigators have confirmed the registration plate was stolen in Cambridge several days ago.  They confirmed the Chevrolet Equinox was reported stolen to the Salisbury Police Department on September 16th.

Maryland State Police crime scene technicians have processed the scene.  A gun has not been recovered.  Technicians did recover a cell phone and a bag of suspected marijuana.

The thefts are being investigated by troopers and criminal investigators from the Salisbury Barrack.

The Maryland State Police Homicide Unit is investigating the trooper-involved shooting.  The Maryland State Police Internal Affairs Unit will also be conducting an investigation, as is procedure.  The trooper involved in the shooting has been placed on administrative leave, which is also State Police procedure.

The investigation is continuing.

 

CONTACT:   Elena Russo

-through Office of Media Communications



Aldi, Lidl, Cracker Barrel Updates For Salisbury





Aldi which will be located next to the Maryand State Police Barrack on the north end of Salisbury is 80-90 days from building permits. They have final SHA approval so they are good to go..

Lidl which will be located at the current Americas Best Value Inn location on north Salisbury boulevard are also nearing building permits and currently the only delay is negotiations with neighbors Marshall, Old Navy etc over Jasmine Drive which is the new road which will run between them.

Cracker Barrel is still just looking around at the various options including Gander Mountain , the Days Inn etc.

Tuesday, September 19, 2017

New City Of Salisbury Webpage Unveiled

https://salisbury.md/

Customers Beaten At Cook Out Drive Thru In Salisbury

Have Good Ol Boys Protected One Of Their Own In Delmar FD?


Andrew Rementer a member of The Delmar Fire Department had the membership vote to not pursue kicking him out after accusations of sexual harassment last night. Many are wondering if the good ol boys are just protecting their own.

Sarah Foxwell tragedy Shown On Crime Watch Daily

Wish they had taken tie to mention the other monster Joe Albero who targeted and harassed this family like no other. But have added the press conference speech from the family at bottom so the world sees what a piece of trash he is.

Monday, September 18, 2017

How Much Money Should The Wicomico County Executive Make?


OCPD Human Trafficking Sting Arrests

OCEAN CITY, MD – (September 18, 2017): The Ocean City Police Department recently conducted a human trafficking operation in the resort town with assistance from the Worcester County Criminal Enforcement Team, the Maryland State Police, and Homeland Security Investigations.

During the course of the operation, conducted September 14th, 15th, and 16th, detectives arrested the following individuals:

John E. Buffington, 27, of Alexandria, VA

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

Obed E. Cabrera, 25, of Ocean City, MD

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

Richard H. Campbell, 45, of Langhorne, PA

Charged with purchasing a non-controlled substance reasonably believed to be a controlled dangerous substanceReleased on personal recognizance

Mark A. Defrank, 46, of Kennett Square, PA

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

James G. Ehrisman, 33, of Berlin, MD

Charged with prostitution and possession of narcotics with intent to distributeReleased after posting a $10,000 bond

Douglas M. Entenman, 48, of Dover, DE

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

Matthew E. Killam, 48, of Salisbury, MD

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

Joseph H. Martini, 52, of Lancaster, PA

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

George E. O’Neal, 60, of Bear, DE

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

Michael S. Price, 42, of Ocean City, MD

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

James H. Rasnake, 56, of Severn, MD

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

Cristen R. Thomas, 34, of Cumberland, MD

Charged with prostitutionReleased on personal recognizance

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Firehouse Subs Coming Soon

Coming to North Salisbury between aspen dental and sleep number. I've heard good things about them.


Ocean City Police Need Our Help

Officers are looking for your help in a theft from automobile incident that occurred on Wednesday, September 13 at about 1:35 a.m. at a condo building on 56th Street. The suspect vehicle is an older model Chrysler Town & Country van dark in color, with only a rear license plate. One suspect was seen wearing a Philadelphia Eagles sweatshirt. The suspects stole approximately $1,400 worth of items from the vehicle. Anyone with information is asked to call us at 410-723-6610 or leave an anonymous tip by visiting oceancitymd.gov/police.

Queen Anne's County Office of the Sheriff Press Release

INCIDENT: Theft of Money from Residence
DATE CRIME OCCURED: sometime between September 6, 2017 and September 9, 2017
INCIDENT REPORTED: September 9, 2017 at 8:00pm
LOCATION: 300 block of Wilson Road, Grasonville
DETAILS: On September 9, 2017 deputies responded to the above address and made contact with the victim. The victim advised that sometime between 9/6/17 to 9/9/17 an unknown suspect entered her residence and stole money from a bedroom closet. There was no evidence of forced entry and nothing else in the residence was disturbed. The crime scene was processed. This investigation is assigned to Deputy Carnaggio and if anyone has any information about this crime please call him at 410-758-0770 extension 1274 information can also be emailed to him at ccarnaggio@qac.org. All information sources can remain anonymous.
INVESTIATING DEPUTY: Dep. C. Carnaggio assisted by Deputy First Class N. Burns
CASE: 17-27159
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INCIDENT: Theft
DATE / TIME: 9/6/17/1616 hrs
LOCATION: United Methodist Church in Chester
DETAILS: Victim reported that an unknown suspect entered her vehicle and stole her red temporary handicap placard. Victim reports that this occurred back in July 2017 while her vehicle was parked in the church parking lot. The placard number is AT66532 and it expires on 9/17.
DEPUTY: Cpl Bassaro #0144
CASE: 17-26806
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INCIDENT: MDOP
DATE / TIME: 9/6/17/1243 hrs
LOCATION: Parking lot of Kent Town Market in Chester
DETAILS: Victim reported that an unknown suspect caused damage to his vehicle while parked outside of the Sherwin Williams Paint Store. The damage is described as a footprint mark on his driver’s side door and a mark on the gas tank lid. The damage is estimated to cost $500.00. A review of cameras footage did not disclose any leads to this investigation.
DEPUTY: Dfc Lewis #0179
CASE: 17-26779
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DATE / TIME: 9/6/17/1412 hrs
LOCATION: 100 Blk of Mainbrace Dr in Queenstown
DEFENDANT: Richard Gaines Jr., White Male 30 years old from Queenstown
DETAILS: Caller reported that they just witnessed a theft on their neighbor’s property. The suspect was also said to have an active warrant. When deputies arrived the suspect had departed the scene already, but they were able to provide a vehicle description. A lookout was broadcasted and the vehicle was located in the Queenstown area. A traffic stop was initiated and the defendant was taken into custody. The suspect was transported to the QACSO for processing and he was subsequently charged with the theft and also served with his warrant. After seeing the District Court Commissioner the suspect was held and transported to the QAC Detention Center.
DEPUTY: Dfc Ahearn #0152
CASE: 17-26790
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INCIDENT: Fraud
DATE / TIME: 9/7/17/ 1254 hrs
LOCATION: Queenstown Bank (Main Branch) in Queenstown
DETAILS: Victim reported that she applied for a job online. The employer was later found to be a fictitious entity. The victim was coerced to cash, deposit, and transfer funds from fictitious checks. The suspect is suspected to be from Anne Arundel County. This investigation is ongoing.
DEPUTY: Cpl Bassaro #0144
CASE: 17-26882
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INCIDENT: Theft
DATE / TIME: 9/7/17 1403 hrs
LOCATION: 400 Blk of Old Bridge Road in Chestertown
DETAILS: Victim reported that sometime in March of 2017 her father’s front and rear registration plates were stolen from the vehicle. It is unknown exactly where the theft occurred. The victim reported that they discovered the plates were missing when they were preparing to turn the plates in to the MVA. The plate number was identified to be LN0104 through Maryland. The plates were entered into NCIC.
DEPUTY: Dfc Lewis #0179
CASE: 17-26894
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INCIDENT: Police Information
DATE / TIME: 9/7/17 1541 hrs
LOCATION: Food Lion in Chester
DETAILS: Victim reported he received a deposit of money in his checking account. After further research the victim determined that the deposit was suspected to be fraudulent and that he may be a victim of identity theft. Victim was advised by his bank to file a police report.
DEPUTY: Dep Pack #0183
CASE: 17-26909

Easton Police Press Release


WCSO CID Press Release

WCSO CID Press Release 

Incident: Possession with the intent to distribute CDS, Firearms offenses
Date of Incident: September 15, 2017
Location: 1100 block of Nokomis Ave Salisbury, MD
Herbert and Brooks
Suspect:
  1. Zachary Marcellus Herbert, 23 years old, Salisbury, MD
  2. Lebraun Anthony Brooks, 32 years old, Salisbury, MD
Narrative: On September 15, 2017, the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office Community Action Team (CAT) concluded an investigation into controlled dangerous substances by executing a search and seizure warrant. The Sheriff’s Office Emergency Response Team (SERT), along with CAT and members of the Criminal Investigative Division (CID) executed the warrant in the 1100 block of Nokomis Ave Salisbury, Maryland. One occupant of the residence, Zachary Herbert, attempted to flee during the execution of the warrant, but was apprehended by Deputies. Another subject, identified as Lebraun Brooks, was taking into custody inside of the residence. Deputies conducted a detailed search of the residence in accordance with the Search and Seizure Warrant revealed the following:
- (2) handguns
- (1) shotgun
- Ammunition
- 74 grams of cocaine in (56) individually wrapped bags
- 67 Oxycodone pills in (8) individual bags
- 6.9 grams of crack cocaine
- (2) digital scales
- Packaging materials
Charges: Possession of narcotics with the intent to distribute, Possession of firearms by person prohibited, Possession of firearms during a drug trafficking crime, Possession of CDS, and related charges

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Can We Ever Return To This?

These are photos from the nabb center showing both on left the 1967 100th celebration and on right Downtown Christmas Parade.

Can these days ever come back?


Friday, September 15, 2017

150th Wicomico County Celebration And Relighting Of Historic Courthouse

Celebrate Good Times


Party Tonight Downtown Salisbury

150 years. Yes Wicomico County is celebrating its anniversary tonight which coincides with Third Friday Downtown.

It's the party to go to and the courthouse will be lit up at 7:30 after a facelift. Be there or be square


Thursday, September 14, 2017

Maryland State Police Investigate Fatal Motor Vehicle Collision in Somerset County

September 14, 2017

Vehicle 1: 2017 Kawasaki Motorcycle

Driver of Vehicle 1: Allan Robin, 78 Years Old, Crisfield, Maryland

Vehicle 2: 2005 Dodge Pickup

Driver of Vehicle 2: William Keller, 32 Years Old, Easton, Maryland

 

On September 14, 2017 at approximately 1401 hours, Troopers from the Maryland State Police Princess Anne Barracks responded to the area of MD 413 south of Lovers Lane, Westover, Somerset County, Maryland in regards to a serious personal injury motor vehicle collision. Preliminary investigation at the scene revealed that the operator of a 2017 Kawasaki motorcycle was traveling southbound on MD 413 south of Lovers Lane. In front of the motorcycle were 2 other vehicles. The lead vehicle, a 2005 Dodge truck, was beginning the process of turning left from southbound MD 413 onto a service road off of the northbound side of MD 413. For reasons unknown at this time, the operator of the motorcycle began to pass the two vehicles to the left of the center of the roadway  when he collided with the driver’s door of the Dodge pickup that was in the process of turning. The driver of the motorcycle, Allan Robin, sustained serious injuries as a result of the collision.  Robin ultimately succumbed to his injuries and was pronounced deceased.  Alcohol and speed do not appear to be factors in this collision.


Station 13 Rejects Looking Out For You

I'm sure fire engines will get same money


Beginning Work On Cold Cases

I am putting most effort in my time doing this into providing the most detailed info and investigations into these cases


Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Salisbury Hires Caroline O'Hare as Local Manager for the Salisbury Festival

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 13, 2017
Contact: Mayor’s Office
410-548-3100

City Names Local Manager for National Folk Festival 2018-2020

Salisbury – Mayor Jake Day is pleased to announce that the City has chosen Caroline O’Hare as Salisbury’s Local Manager for the National Folk Festival.  Caroline was selected from a field of over a dozen candidates who applied for the position.

Caroline O'Hare - Salisbury's National Folk Festival Local Manager
Caroline has proven her production management skills in some of the most challenging and highly-regarded production environments throughout her career—notably as the Creative Director for Live! With Kelly and Michael, where she produced daily promotions, gave direction to on-air talent, and oversaw a team of editors and graphic designers. Prior to working with Live!, Caroline was a Senior Writer and Producer for The Wendy Williams Show, and a Producer for MTV/Viacom.

After moving to Salisbury, Caroline was employed as the Administrative Head of Wicomico Day School. In addition to supervising the daily activities of staff and students, she facilitated the overhaul and updating of the school’s communication platforms, and developed and implemented marketing strategies for the school. As Administrative Head, Caroline was the liaison between parents and faculty, and oversaw the school’s multiple fundraisers and events.

As Salisbury’s Local Manager for the National Folk Festival, Caroline will be the City’s direct line to the National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA) to ensure that the Festival is a remarkable success for the entirety of its three-year residency in Salisbury. With myriad essential tasks which require constant oversight, the position demands that the Manager serve in multiple capacities, switching gears frequently, all while maintaining a sharp eye for detail. In addition to representing the festival, writing grants, and communicating with media outlets, Caroline will supervise the marketing of the festival and will work with the City, the NCTA, and the Festival’s Executive Committee to create fundraising materials.

“I am so excited to welcome Caroline as our Local Manager for this festival that will be unlike anything Salisbury has ever experienced,” said Mayor Day. “The National Folk Festival will bring a very large, very diverse offering of music, folk art, food, traditional crafts, and much more to Salisbury over the next three years. Managing such a large event takes a unique skillset, and Caroline’s wealth of knowledge and experience make her an invaluable asset to the City team.“

First held in 1934, the National Folk Festival is the oldest multicultural festival of traditional arts in the nation, and has been produced from its inception by the National Council for the Traditional Arts.  It is a traveling festival produced in partnership with communities around the country.  The National Folk Festival’s three-year stay in each host city is intended to lay the groundwork for sustainable, locally-produced festivals and events that continue after the National moves on.  To date, the National has been presented in 26 cities.  Musicians and craftspeople from every state in the Union and most U.S. territories have participated in this “moveable feast of deeply traditional folk arts.”  Presented to audiences free of charge over a three-day period, National Folk Festivals since 1987 have had audiences upwards of 175,000. Salisbury, Maryland will be the home of the National Folk Festival from 2018 – 2020.


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Christopher M. Demone
Public Information Officer
City of Salisbury
125 N. Division St.
Salisbury, MD 21801
410-548-3100
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www.salisbury.md<http://www.salisbury.md>

A Smith Island Experience


Bob Culver Is The Worst Elected Official In Wicomico County History


As it has been shown on this website a million times, Bob Culver is hands down the worst elected official in Wicomico County history. It is truly a travesty that as we celebrate 150 years we are left with this liar and coward as Executive. It may be a good thing however as the record books will remember what a despised and ignorant person we had at the time and yet we still persevered thanks to the County Council and it's leadership of John Cannon . Bob Culver has failed at everything, failed business, failed his family and has failed this County since elected.

Bob Culver is a coward. Look at how he ran like a little child from the Council meeting regarding his continued push for the reject firefighters at station 13. He knew he had screwed up royally and instead of being a man and handling it, he leaves it for Wayne Strausberg and Paul Wilber to explain. Bob will also go down as the reason you should never vote straight party line.

The hiring of family members, SBYSPEWS contributors and reject Alberos shows Bob has also got poor poor taste in friends and allies. He has alienated employees, wasted taxpayer money and embarrassed the County like no other Official. Bob is done and I will soon be adding my countdown timer to when his worthless ass is gone from any and all elected positions.

Folk Festival Will Be Boon For Salisbury


I don't think people really appreciate the financial benefits the National Folk Festival will bring to the area. Even if 1500 people show up, that is a ton of money spent on area business. The lodging, the restaurants, the vendors. This is all good for our local economy because when people spend it here, it helps here. Mark your calendars for this next year it will be amazing.

Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Annual Eastern Shore Delegation Luncheon






Tickled Paint Closing North End Studio


Unsolved Case Specials

It is time again to push for answers and closures to the missing and unsolved cases here in the area. I have something very special in the works for this so stay tuned


Canal Park Drive Repairs

Salisbury – In response to the concerns of the citizens of the Canal Woods neighborhood, and as part of the City of Salisbury’s efforts to improve its infrastructure, Carload Express Railroad will repair and replace rail at the railroad crossing on Canal Park Dr.

Beginning at 9:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 19, 2017, Canal Park Dr. at S. Salisbury Blvd. will be closed to through traffic to allow the repairs to be made. Work is expected to finish no later than 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 21.

Canal Park Dr. will remain accessible from Honeysuckle and Lakewood Drives during this time.  University Park Apartments will be accessible from Milford St.

All locators and central alarm will be notified of this work. For more information, contact the Field Operations Department at 410-548-3177.


What's New? Open Thread


Tell me what's happening in your neck of the woods..

Monday, September 11, 2017

Proposed Gladiator Resolution

I support and encourage the Salisbury City Council to adopt a Gladiator resolution for the City.

It is high time that we just battle it out arena style between those that love Bob Culver and Station 13 and those of us who know better.

All laws could be suspended for 48 hours during the tournament . Swords and fists only with winner getting a used 1984 fiero as the prize.


Never Forget


Saturday, September 9, 2017

Blue Reflective Road Markers Aren't Going Anywhere

Regardless of rumors to the contrary the City of Salisbury is not being forced by SHA to remove the reflective hydrant markers in the road.

Local branch overstepped their bounds and markers aren't going anywhere end of story.