Thursday, December 15, 2011
Let us remember what I said in the Daily Times From Yesterday before it was taken down. Today the Daily Times interviewed Earl Campbell who admitted that going to Joe Albero for help was the dumbest thing he ever did, and that Albero had inaccuracies in his story. No Shit Sherlock! Not Joe Albero and the word inaccurate in the same sentence. I told you yesterday Earl the most hated man on Delmarva who served probation for perjury is not the person anyone wants to run to for help and I hope for future reference you disgruntled individuals will see doing this will only hurt your cause.
UPDATE: Obviously Earl is afraid Joe will go off on him so he is soothing Joe's little feelings with a new letter stating he had no regrets when he knew the shit storm Albero would stir up. This thing has gotten so ridiculous it is laughable. Earl just shut up already you have lost all credibility with this stunt of yours and you will be lucky if you can find a job digging ditches with this crap following you around . If it was ever about the dog and not your fragile ego you would never pull this stunt of yours.
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December 15, 2011
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Governor’s Challenge – Which Team will Take the Cake, or Pie?
Salisbury, MD – For years, the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center has brought high school basketball players together in competition over the holiday break. In 2010 Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley placed a unique spin on this tradition by issuing a challenge to Delaware’s Governor Jack Markell. The wager: a Maryland Smith Island Cake to a Delaware Peach Pie. The inaugural Governor’s Challenge Basketball Tournament was born as a result, bringing with it a new level of excitement to the holiday basketball tradition seen on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
The tradition will continue this year at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center from Tuesday, December 27 through Friday, December 30, 2011 as teams from Delaware, the reigning champions, go up against teams from Maryland in the M&T Cup. Tip-off for dual games played simultaneously on two NCAA 94’ regulated courts in the main arena will take place at 2pm Tuesday through Thursday, while play on Friday will begin at 12:30pm.
This year, as the competition continues to evolve, coordinators announced the addition of two new cups. The Dr. Pepper 10 will bring some of Maryland’s best teams head-to-head against one another including local favorites James M. Bennett and Wicomico. Games for the Dr. Pepper 10 will kick-off on Tuesday, December 27th at 8pm. Play will continue throughout the week before the final games on Friday, December 30th beginning at 3:30pm.
The East Coast Challenge has pulled together four of the region’s top-seeded high school basketball teams to compete including nationally ranked St. Frances Academy (MD), Red Lion Christian Academy (DE) St. Johns College High School (MD) and Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (MD). The competition will be intense as each team competes for the win over the course of the week beginning Wednesday at 8:00pm. The winner will be declared during the final spotlight games on Friday, December 30th at 6:30pm and 8:00pm.
The Governor’s Challenge is open to the public for daily admission. Students (with ID) are $5 while adults are $10. Tickets will be sold at the gate. For a complete team list, schedule and more information visit www.SalisburyChampionships.org. Teams and/or schedule may change as the competition nears.
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These three were arrested and charged with the murder of Jessee Heath
More details are coming out about the Home Invasion at Emerson avenue last night and that the victim who was stabbed was the manager of the Cambridge Walmart. It also is weird that there was a woman in the crew of 4 who did this crime which is a very odd occurrence. This may be completely random but it seems in my opinion to have been a targeted decision.
On October 24, 2011 at approximately 8:20 pm, Officers of the Salisbury Police received a call to respond to a residence on the seventeen hundred (1700) block of Emerson Avenue for the report of a home invasion robbery. Upon arrival the officers met with an adult male and female and their three (3) children that had been in the residence when the incident occurred. The adult male had sustained a puncture injury to his back area and was transported to the Peninsula Regional Medical Center for treatment. The officers were advised that the suspects had knocked at the door and then forced their way into the residence when the door was answered. Three (3) of the suspects were described as African American males and one (1) suspect was described as a Hispanic female. The males were in possession of handguns and the female was in possession of a knife. Once inside of the residence, the suspects took property and fled from the area on foot. Salisbury Police K-9 Miso conducted a track of the suspects and ultimately led to a parking area in the Northwood Industrial Park. During the track, additional evidence was recovered for processing by Salisbury Detectives. The injury to the adult male was non life-threatening. The suspects were described as: 1. African American male, early 20’s, thin build, wearing a bandanna facial mask. 2. African American male, early 20’s, thin build, wearing a bandanna facial mask and a baseball hat. 3. African American male, early 20’s, thin build, wearing a bandanna facial mask and a toboggan type hat over dread lock hair. 4. Hispanic female, early 20’s, approximately 5’6”, with a medium build If anyone has any information concerning this incident they are asked to contact the Salisbury Police at 410-548-3165 or Crime Solvers of Delmarva at 410-548-1776. All information is beneficial and information may be left at both locations anonymously.
Since there have been so many people asking me if Jeff Simpson is staying or going I went straight to the source and asked Jeff and he told me he isn't leaving. I hope that will put an end to the questions regarding his employment.
It is very hard to put into words how I feel at the loss of such a great human being in Bob Caldwell. It seems sometimes the Good Lord always takes the good ones first and he got one of the best in Bob. I count my blessing that I was able to meet and become friends with him. In all the attacks and BS of politics Bob Caldwell stood to me as an example of it being done right.
I was fortunate to spend time with Bob ringing the Salvation Army bell together away from the politics and really get to know the man. Bob Caldwell has influenced my life and I enjoyed our conversations about everything from politics to real estate. The world has really lost a shining light in a sea of darkness and we as a community will miss his guidance,
The fight that Bob put up against his Cancer was truly a Superman effort which earned him his name. Thank you so much Bob for being my friend and I will honestly and truly miss talking to you.
This is exactly what I have been telling people for years, what will it take for them to understand that all they are interested in is power, total control over our City from every Board to the hiring and firing of employees. Sarah Lake nailed that point home with this above from her article. Notice how when they weren't in control we were using far too much money and the Council needed to use discretion to the point of Debbie Campbell even keeping a huge journal full of Paul Wilber expenditures but wow look at them now. Not only are they running the City's legal bills up now but want more Lawyers.
Wake Up City!!! these three are on a total power trip of vendetta and personal paybacks at your expense!!