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Salisbury’s 3rd Friday will roll into downtown with fun for all

Salisbury’s 3rd Friday will roll into downtown with fun for all

  • May 17, 2019
  • Clarissa Neumer
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The next 3rd Friday in downtown Salisbury, set for May 17, will be held outdoors, weather permitting, with artists and crafters filling the streets, live music on the Plaza and special events.  This month’s theme is Wheels, so get ready…

‘Changing the skyline’: Downtown Salisbury to be reshaped by high-rise apartment complex

‘Changing the skyline’: Downtown Salisbury to be reshaped by high-rise apartment complex

  • May 8, 2019
  • Clarissa Neumer
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Salisbury developer Nick Simpson has always wanted to build skyscrapers. While his latest project falls shy of the 40 stories commonly accepted as minimum skyscraper height, the 12-story “high-rise,” as many are calling the East Main Street development, is certainly a…

Salisbury Restaurant Week returns

  • April 29, 2019
  • Clarissa Neumer
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April 26, 2019  Camila Fernandez SALISBURY, Md. – Starting next week Monday some local business owners in Salisbury will be seeing more foot traffic coming into their restaurants. The annual event called Salisbury Restaurant Week will have different local restaurants whip…

Potential New Program Looks to Spur Salisbury Riverfront Development

  • March 27, 2019
  • Clarissa Neumer
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By Angelo BavaroC (Photo: WBOC) SALISBURY, Md. – It’s not hard to notice all the construction going on around Salisbury, and now the city wants to spur even more development along the riverfront through the Riverfront Construction Reimbursement Program. The Salisbury…

The surprise winners in this year’s tax season

The surprise winners in this year’s tax season

  • February 27, 2019
  • Clarissa Neumer
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One group of taxpayers is getting a big break that may help them come out ahead under the new tax rules.  That group includes small-business owners and freelancers as beneficiaries of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, which allows these…

Even After It Is Over, The Government Shutdown Still Hurts Small Businesses

Even After It Is Over, The Government Shutdown Still Hurts Small Businesses

  • January 29, 2019
  • Clarissa Neumer
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The end of the government shutdown that began on Dec. 22 is welcome news. Museums have reopened, as have national parks, other government workers are back on the job, and TSA workers are being paid again. Congressional Budget Office (CBO)…

US shutdown impasse over Trump’s wall drags on

US shutdown impasse over Trump’s wall drags on

  • December 27, 2018
  • Clarissa Neumer
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From BBC — A partial US government shutdown appears likely to continue into next week amid an impasse over funding President Donald Trump’s proposed wall on the border with Mexico. Read More

Rest In Peace

Rest In Peace

  • November 27, 2018
  • Clarissa Neumer
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From Delmarva Now – The Salisbury Police Department is mourning the loss of an officer who died unexpectedly while off duty, according to a Tuesday social media post from the agency. Read More

District Elections

District Elections

  • October 30, 2018
  • Clarissa Neumer
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From Delmarva Now – Delaware election: Meet the candidates for House of Representatives, District 14

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