Friday, July 1, 2011
In what can only be classified as great news, Rob Mulford has taken over the Flavors location and we know Rob can run a great business like he has with Market Street so thank you Rob and we look forward to what you have in store.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/01/2011 10:37:00 PM
I can't explain why as it isn't the one year anniversary of her tragic passing until Oct 1st but I always can't help but thinking of you Amy. I never met her, never talked to her but she was a fan of my website and when I look on my page and see her face still smiling it breaks my heart to know she is gone from her friends and loved ones.
The cause of her leaving doesn't matter, what matters is when I see her photos of a beautiful life cut short who had many people that love and miss her it really should make you appreciate the people that are your friends and loved ones. I'm sorry I never got to say hi Amy but I am always so thankful that you took time from your beautiful life cut short to spend a few minutes reading my website. I will never forget you as you remind me how much we all are given each day.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/01/2011 01:41:00 PM
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/01/2011 01:00:00 PM
Is the Solution to Downtown Salisbury right under our noses? Are we blind to this fact or do we want to not accept it? Debbie Campbell, Terry Cohen and Tim Spies certainly want to keep it from happening but it is already too late to stop the huge wave that has already taken over our economy. The reality is Salisbury is a University City now.
We have 60-70 percent rentals within the City limits that by and large rent to ...college kids. The majority of the spent income in the City limits? from college kids. Yet a small faction think they can turn back time and push the future of Salisbury away and go back to 1950. It is too late it is done, Salisbury is not the same place it was when the people 50+ grew up in, it belongs to the new generations and if we want the City to survive for all our futures we must embrace the local University and bring them into the Downtown revival process.
If we were to include the University and it's untapped resources into a Downtown festive hang out it could be brought back to life. Give these young adults a place and a reason to hang out with their college friends Downtown and watch it bloom again. Do some research look at other towns that finally realized to survive they had to embrace the future with their University population and you will see Cities making it even in the tough economy.
The time has come Salisbury to embrace our youth and involve them in the process of making Salisbury better for our future.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/01/2011 12:00:00 PM
In what is sad news for the family of Reginald Handy the jury in Worcester County wasn't convinced beyond a reasonable doubt by the Worcester County State's Attorney's Office that Skylor was the alleged trigger man. I was very saddened at this news even though he will be retried as I know from being in Court for the Christine Sheddy case, leaving the court without the person you feel took your loved one away getting their final judgement doesn't let them begin the healing process.
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/01/2011 10:00:00 AM
If you don't remember this guy click here for the original story from March. 4 more male foster children have come forward with allegations of sexual abuse against Stephen and that brings it up to about 7 that have made the accusations. If these are true this guy is a very sick and twisted sexual predator and serial abuser.
I hope the Wicomico County State's Attorney's Office gets this guy locked up hopefully forever
Posted by Jonathan Taylor at 7/01/2011 09:00:00 AM