2nd Annual Decatur Way 5K Date Set

BERLIN- The second annual Decatur Way 5K, benefiting Stephen Decatur High School and the Decatur Athletic Boosters, is set for Saturday, September 27 at the Berlin school.Produced by OC Tri Running, The Decatur Way 5K is a fun run open to runners of all ages and skill levels with the proceeds benefiting the high school… Read more »

Adventures Of Fatherhood

Adventures Of Fatherhood

There’s nothing quite like hearing a curse word come from your 6-year-old child.Okay, that’s what is called a hook lead in journalism circles and demands an explanation.While on the beach last weekend, as is usually the case, Beckett, “6-and-a-quarter” by his own estimation, made a friend out in the water. He and the boy hit… Read more »

Things I Like

A day on the beach with tidal poolsOld Bay on the corn on the cobA big group of people on a pontoonRunning in the rainA day with extreme temperature swingsFirst blooms on a mumA young person with an old soulAn old salt with a young soulOverhearing people talk to themselvesLittle dogs that don’t bark all… Read more »

Ex-Wicomico Employees Seek $3M In Civil Suit

SALISBURY — Two former Wicomico County Board of Education administrators last week filed a civil suit in U.S. District Court seeking $3 million in damages and injunctive relief against their former employer, citing a long pattern of gender and age discrimination and harassment.Former Wicomico County School Board administrators Stacy Messick and Stephanie Moses were terminated… Read more »

Untied Way Receives $62,680 Contribution

Untied Way Receives $62,680 Contribution

United Way Executive Board members Pete Bugas of Interstate Container, Jim Hartstein of The Insurance Market, Cathie Thomas of the Salisbury Chamber of Commerce and United Way Executive Director, Kathleen Mommé proudly display the $62,680.00 contribution to United Way. The contribution was a result of current and past board member and staff member pledges to… Read more »

Fenwick Talks More About Ban On Vehicle Ads

FENWICK ISLAND – The Fenwick Island Town Council is continuing to mull a law that will restrict commercial vehicles being used for advertising purposes only despite warnings of enforcement challenges.During last Friday’s Fenwick Island Town Council meeting, Councilman Bill Weistling returned to the discussion of commercial vehicles being used strictly for advertising, asking for updates… Read more »