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Salisbury Drug Dealer Sentenced to Prison

SALISBURY, Md.- A Salisbury man has been sentenced to 17 years in prison following his conviction on drug dealing and firearms charges. The Wicomico County State's Attorney's Office said that on June 4, Lashawn Royall, 24, pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm in a drug trafficking crime, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, and possession of a firearm with a felony conviction.
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Murder Investigation Underway In Somerset Co PRINCESS ANNE

Maryland State Police are investigating the apparent murder of a man found shot outside his residence in Somerset County yesterday evening. The victim is identified as Michael Z. Cooper Jr., 24, of the 11000-block of Bratten Avenue, Princess Anne, Md. Cooper was pronounced dead at TidalHealth Peninsula Regional Hospital in Salisbury.
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Salisbury man sentenced for cocaine trafficking

SALISBURY, Md. – A Wicomico County judge has sentenced a Salisbury man for cocaine trafficking and firearm offenses. On June 4th, 24-year-old Lashawn Royall pleaded guilty to possession of a firearm in a drug trafficking crime, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, and possession of a firearm with a felony conviction.

Rep. Rochester visits a Sussex County Juneteenth celebration

SEAFORD, Del. – As communities gather today to to celebrate the national holiday Juneteenth, organizers in Seaford say this year it means more. Each year, organizers tell me they focus on educating those who are unaware of the holiday. They say the emancipation of slavery is like their Independence Day.
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Snow Hill celebrates hometown hero baseball player Judy Johnson

Snow Hill, Maryland- The Worcester County NAACP is celebrating the legacy of a home-town hero in Snow Hill, Judy Johnson. In a ceremony outside of the Snow Hill Library Saturday morning, speakers including the president of the Worcester County NAACP as well as friends of Johnson to honored the legacy of the Hall of Fame Negro League baseball player.
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Salisbury Convenience Store Cited After Failing Alcohol Compliance Check

SALISBURY, Md.- A routine compliance check conducted Wednesday by the Wicomico County Alcohol Task Force resulted in a Salisbury business being cited for underage alcohol sales. Wednesday's operation involved the use of task force cadets for sales to underage persons at various licensed establishments throughout the county. Richard Gardner, chief...
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Wicomico Health Department Vaccine Clinics Return to Civic Center

SALISBURY, Md.- On Saturday, June 19, the Maryland Department of Health will close the mass vaccination clinic at the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center in Salisbury. Starting June 24, a smaller vaccine clinic managed by the Wicomico County Health Department will be held weekly in the Midway Room of the Civic Center,
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Animal control reform finally becomes law in Worcester

Modern animal control legislation is on the books. The Worcester County Commissioners unanimously passed two bills on Tuesday that amount to comprehensive animal control reform. The laws include criteria for hold times for strays, who can run a kennel, standards that must be upheld to operate a kennel, standards for...
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Swimming advisory issued for Tyaskin Park

SALISBURY, Md. – Wicomico County officials have closed Tyaskin Park to swimmers due to high levels of bacteria in the water. We’re told officials will continue to monitor the water and provide updates as they become available. The park remains open at this time.

Newton Community Center opening their doors Friday

SALISBURY, Md.- A space to learn, connect, and be creative. The Newton Street Community Center is a place bringing all that and more to Salisbury. “It’s just pure excitement we are all just so incredibly happy and excited to welcome people to the center,” Rachel Manning, Community Relations Manager for Salisbury, said.