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Armed Robbery Suspect Arrested in Snow Hill
SNOW HILL, MD - Police say they arrested one suspect in connection with an armed robbery, with additional arrests expected. The Snow Hill Police Department say on Feb. 21, a man was walking in the 300 block of Purnell Street when two people in a pickup truck pulled up and asked to speak with him. Police say when the driver of the truck got out, he told the victim to hand over his belongings while displaying an 'edged weapon'.
Wicomico County Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 33 Incidents and 7 Crime Stories
Wicomico County Feb 23 Weekly Crime Report: 33 Incidents and 7 Crime Stories. During the last week, the place of Wicomico County witnessed a total of 33 reported crime cases. The data reveals that the most common type of crime reported was 'Other' with 11 cases, which includes suspicious activities and 911 hang-ups. This was closely followed by 'Assault', with 7 instances reported. 'Theft' and 'Domestic Related' crimes were also significant, with each category recording 5 cases. Lesser reported crimes included 'Burglary' and 'Trespass', both with 2 incidents each, and a single 'Suspicious Situation'. The data indicates a concerning prevalence of non-specific criminal activities and assaults, highlighting the need for increased vigilance and preventive measures in the place.
Maryland corrections officer deleted video of brutality against inmate
A Maryland correctional officer faces up to 25 years in federal prison for deleting video evidence of brutality against an inmate.
Berlin Caretaker charged for abusing an eight month old baby girl
BERLIN, Md. – A caretaker in Worcester County is facing assault and child abuse charges on Thursday, and accused of hurting a young girl in her care. Heather Ward is the suspect behind bars, the daycare worker accused of purposefully hurting an eight month old girl in her care while she worked at the Berlin Activities Depot.
Maryland Folk Festival announces first five performers. Get to know them here.
The Maryland Folk Festival is gearing up for three jam-packed days of music, arts and culture in downtown Salisbury, and Friday announced the first five artists who will be taking the stages. When will the Maryland Folk Festival return to downtown Salisbury? The second annual Maryland Folk Festival is set for Friday-Sunday, Sept. 20-22....
Woman Who Died In Maryland House Fire Searching For Cats Remembered As Loving Mother
A woman who lost her life in a fire while searching for the family's beloved cats in Maryland is being remembered by friends and family who are reeling from her death. Amy Appleby-Harris, 58, was recovering from surgery in their Salisbury home on Saturday, Feb. 17 when a fire broke out in the second-floor master bedroom in the 26000 block of Quantico Creek Road.
Increased illegal drug use brings up questions of drug consumption methods
DELMARVA – With illicit drug use on the rise across the country, and right here on Delmarva, this raises the question of how those drugs are being used, and if different methods of consumption could be actually be more addictive. When using a drug, specifically an illegal drug, even...
Experience Authentic Mexican Cuisine at These 3 Outstanding Salisbury Restaurants
In this article, we explore three exceptional Mexican restaurants located in Salisbury. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these places? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
Collaborative Law Enforcement Effort Leads to Four Detained After Shots Fired in Laurel
The Milford Police Department assisted the Laurel Police Department this afternoon with an investigation into shots fired within the Laurel town limits. Laurel Police informed Milford PD that the vehicle involved in the incident had a Milford address associated with it. Patrol officers located the vehicle at the BP gas station on NW Front Street. While police were able to detain three individuals at the vehicle, two others fled. Milford, Laurel and Delaware State Police (Patrol & Aviation) began searching for the two that had fled. Officers were able to find one, who was turned over to Laurel Police. Additional information on this case as well as updates will be provided as details become available from the Laurel Police Department.
Residential Structure Fire in Stockton, MD Under Investigation
A fire that occurred at a two-story single-family home in Stockton, Maryland this morning remains under investigation. in the 10:00 hour, the Stockton Volunteer Fire Company with the assistance of Girdletree, Snow Hill, Pocomoke and Greenbackville Volunteer Fire Departments worked to bring the fire under control quickly. Crews then remained on location on Ticktown Road for approximately two hours conducting overhaul operations, ensuring the fire had been completely extinguished. No injuries were reported.
Salisbury One Step Closer to Issuing Apology to Lynching Victim Descendants
SALISBURY, Md.- The city of Salisbury is one step closing to issuing an apology to those like the descendants of Mathew Williams, who was lynched in the city of Salisbury nearly 100 years ago. The city is apologizing for it’s role in the crime, as the Salisbury Fire Department supplied a rope for the lynching.
Witnesses Sought As Family Mourns Fatal Pedestrian Crash In Maryland
A family is mourning in Maryland following a fatal pedestrian crash, and now state police investigators are seeking possible witnesses to the early-morning strike. Fruitland resident Briece Antwoine Joynes, 42, died at TidalHealth Peninsula Regional Hospital after being struck by a driver in Wicomico County, state police announced on Wednesday.
Law enforcement urge public to stay vigilant with scam calls on the rise
WORCESTER CO, Md. – The Worcester County Sheriff’s Office is warning against a rise in scam calls. Officials are working to crack down on scammers, who have been targeting people with the intent to take financial advantage of their victims. Sheriff Matthew Crisafulli said his department is actively...
Coach discuss former Gulls player, friend, and new Commanders coach, Dan Quinn
SALISBURY, Md. – Back in the day Dan Quinn made a name for himself as a football star right here in Salisbury. Fast forward about three decades later and he is the head man in Washington, looking to bring home a Super Bowl to the Commanders. We spoke with a long-time Gulls coach who has stayed in touch with Dan through every step of his coaching journey.
Black History Month: The ‘Enduring Connections’ project
SALISBURY, Md.- “There’s so much history that people need to know. There’s so much history of black people and black women that people need to know,” Barrie said. That history is being uncovered within the walls of the Edward H. Nabb Research Center at Salisbury University through the Enduring Connections: Exploring Delmarva’s Black History project. The project’s goal is to gather historical records documenting the lives of black residents on the lower Eastern Shore.
Man arrested for attempted kidnapping near SU campus
SALISBURY, Md. – An investigation is underway following an attempted kidnapping near Salisbury University’s campus last week. During the early afternoon hours of February 11th, police responded to the Fruitland McDonalds to meet with a victim following a reported attempted kidnapping in the Avery Street Parking Lot. The 18-year-old victim told police that she was walking to her vehicle in the parking lot when an unknown man was following her. She opened her car door and heard footsteps running up behind her, at which point the man reportedly ran up behind her and grabbed her around her upper arms. The victim reported that the man tried to pull her out of her vehicle and she dove into the passenger side of the vehicle facing the man. He allegedly began hitting the victim around the right side of her face and head.
Homes in Wicomico County sold for higher prices recently: See how much here
Newly released data for November shows that potential buyers and sellers in Wicomico County saw houses sell for higher than the previous month's median sale price of $226,500. The median home sold for $245,000, an analysis of data from Realtor.com shows. That means November, the most recent month for which figures are available, was up 8.2% from October.
Police, Fire and First Responder families supporting Death Benefits Bill
ANNAPOLIS, Md. – First responders gathered in Annapolis to testify in support of legislation that would provide a tax credit for those who are killed in the line of duty. Widow of Corporal Glenn Hilliard, Tashica Hilliard, says “it was a burden that I just feel like no one should have to bear.”
Worcester County's Efforts and Challenges in Implementing Maryland's Education Blueprint
On February 21, 2023, the State Accountability and Implementation Board (AIB) held a virtual meeting. They discussed the implementation of Maryland’s Blueprint for Education (Blueprint) in Worcester County Public Schools (WCPS). The AIB members stressed the need for the Board of Education (BOE) and county government to cooperate for successful implementation. Worcester County Commissioner President Chip Bertino confirmed the county's dedication to serving students, teachers, and the community.
‘Im-peck-able’ record: Robert Timmons has driven 4 million accident-free miles for Perdue Farms
SALISBURY, Md. — You might say Robert Timmons is one “clucky” guy. Not only has he achieved 4 million accident-free miles as a professional driver — he’s driven every one of those miles for the same employer. Timmons, better known as “Holly Trolly” on the...