Monday, July 12, 2010
Salisbury police are asking the public's help in identifying a suspect wanted for robbing two people at gunpoint in a mall parking lot.
Police say the crime occurred shortly after 10 p.m. Sunday in the parking lot of the Centre at Salisbury mall. Two adult victims stated that they were sitting inside their vehicle when a male suspect armed with a silver-colored handgun approached them and demanded their money and cell phones. After taking a quantity of cash, and a cell phone, the suspect ran from the area. There were no injuries.
According to police, the suspect was described as black, approximately 6-foot-tall, in his mid-20s to early 30s, thin build, wearing a white T-shirt, blue jeans and a bandana on his head.
Anyone with information concerning this incident is asked to contact the Salisbury Police at (410) 548-3165 or Crime Solvers at (410) 548-1776. Information may be given anonymously.
The politics on sbynews are of the lowest form. When you try to restrict peoples choices by attacking anyone you dislike personally you are taking away the right of the people to have facts presented to them to use their greatest freedom which is the right to vote. When you create an atmosphere where good people are afraid to put their names out in the public realm because of attacks on a blog site you are limiting the choices people have which is in itself anti-American. The community needs to fight back against this behavior and join me in bringing about the change needed in Salisbury. We will not let Fascist Joe Albero rule our great Community.
As you can see District 38A encompasses all of Somerset County with only a small portion of Wicomico represented. In my opinion someone who has grown up and been a part of that greater majority should represent them as they would better understand the needs of the local population. That isn't to say again that Julie Brewington or John Cannon don't understand, it's just that John Phoebus and his family have been part of Somerset County and understand the needs of that area better than most. I encourage everyone to look at all three and just am offering my thoughts on the matter.
The Salisbury Fire Department has become the first Department in State of Maryland to receive approval for inducing hypothermia in post-cardiac arrest resuscitated patients.
The goal of this therapy is to reduce the brain and core body temperatures to 89 degrees Fahrenheit. Studies have shown death of the brain is slowed in patients who receive hypothermic treatment immediately after resuscitation. Patients meeting the criteria to receive this therapy have shown a significant increase in survivability. Paramedics have the ability to administer chilled IV fluids to the patient en route to the hospital. Peninsula Regional Medical Center will continue hypothermic treatment for several days thereafter.
The neuroprotective hypothermia protocol is an optional program and the first in the State of Maryland for emergency medical services, (EMS). The protocol for the training, and the program itself, was written by Salisbury Fire Department’s own Rob Frampton, B.S., FF/NREMT-P.
All Salisbury Fire Department personnel have received the required training and the equipment is in service.
The Salisbury Fire Department is proud to announce the return of our department website, www.salisburyfd.com, to the world wide web. The Salisbury Fire Department has been anxiously awaiting the return of the website while it has been built by Brooks Layton and the team of Chief Web Design of Georgetown, Delaware.
Chief Web Design is dedicated to working with emergency services organizations large and small. They understand how these organizations work and the very specific need we have. Mr. Layton and his staff have worked tirelessly to help us communicate our vision in a clear, concise way.
Some of the features of the new www.salisburyfd.com website are the following: up to the minute live run log, volunteer recruiting information and printable application, department press releases available to the public, fire prevention program information, knox box program information and application, stats and so much more.
We feel you will find the new www.salisburyfd.com website very accessible and user friendly. We hope you take a few moments to navigate your way around the site; sign our guestbook before you leave and let us know what you think!
I will be speaking on the meaning of our rights to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness in an attempt to educate voters on our heratige as Americans. Although admission is free because education is my first priority, it is also a fundraiser.
There will be a 50/50 raffle and my campaign is also raffeling off an aerial sightseeing tour from Bayland Aviation as well as other items.
If the restoration of America is going to start with this election, we must all get involved and do our part. I hope to see you there.
Mike Calpino "
A $1,800 donation from the Chamber of Commerce, a lease agreement for the city's first neighborhood service center and a memorandum of understanding between local and federal law enforcement officials are on the council's agenda tonight.
If the additional money is accepted, the Salisbury Police Department plans to use the Chamber donation to purchase surveillance equipment and digital cameras for the Safe Streets Team and Criminal Investigation Division.
Approval of the lease for 117 Princeton Ave. would allow the city to open its first neighborhood service center, Mayor Jim Ireton's new spin on police substations. The center is scheduled to open next month, according to Ireton, and would provide police and neighborhood services to residents with close-to-home access