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Fundraiser Started for Family of Berlin Man Killed in Crash
BERLIN, Md.- Friends have organized a fundraiser for the wife and infant daughter of a Berlin man and cast member of the reality show "Wicked Tuna: Outer Banks," who died following a Saturday afternoon car crash in Salisbury.
Assailants sought in reported robbery Downtown
Salisbury police were searching for two suspects who remained at large after an armed robbery early this week. Around 1:30 a.m. Monday, police said they met with a 42-year-old man who reported the robbery, in the 200 block of East Main Street.
Woman Arrested After Allegedly Trying to Run Over Husband
SALISBURY, Md.- Maryland State Police arrested a Delmar woman after she allegedly tried to run her husband over. Troopers responded to the 8800 block of Mar Lynn Drive in Salisbury following a report of an argument going on in the street.
Movie theater in plans for Salisbury's downtown area
A 12-screen movie theater for downtown Salisbury is on city officials’ development wish list for a large parking lot next to the state office building at the Route 13-Route 50 intersection.
Salisbury armed robbery: Police release image of person of interest
The Salisbury Police Department is asking for the public's help in identifying a person of interest in a Dec. 10 armed robbery in the downtown area. On Thursday afternoon, the agency tweeted out an image captured from surveillance footage of a person of interest in the investigation into the inciden
Salisbury officials celebrate groundbreaking of affordable housing addition
SALISBURY, Md. – It’s a shortage that officials say is affecting not only Wicomico County, but the entire country where families are having a harder time finding affordable housing in their communities. Which is why local officials say completing this next project will get them one step closer to so
Q&A: County Executive Culver outlines plans for new term
Bob Culver was officially sworn in last Tuesday as the second County Executive to serve Wicomico. A Republican, Culver won re-election by a wide margin, running a campaign that feature two opponents but no stumbles.
Llama rescued from heavy floodwaters in Maryland
A stranded llama was rescued from heavy floodwaters west of Baltimore, officials said Sunday. The Howard County Department of Fire and Emergency Rescue Services tweeted Sunday afternoon: “After crews spent hours last night assisting car drivers out of the water, @HCDFRS assisted the owner of this ll
More affordable housing coming to Salisbury after groundbreaking at Square at Merritt Mill
Government officials broke ground Friday at Square at Merritt Mill, a housing development in Salisbury. The new community is set to have eight residential buildings with 75 total units. Of those units, 12 will be reserved for people with disabilities and 67 will be workforce/affordable housing.
Prost Beer Garden coming to downtown Salisbury
SALISBURY, Md. – In Salisbury, one new businesses is hoping to bring some German tradition and eastern shore flare to the downtown area. Right now the lot along the Wicomico River doesn’t look like much, but come late spring 2019 it will be the home of Prost Beer Garden.
Bomb threats reported in Salisbury, Frederick amid nationwide hoax, police say
Bomb threats reported Thursday in Salisbury and Frederick are believed to be part of a nationwide hoax in which similar threats were emailed to dozens of schools, universities and other locations around the country.
Salisbury shooting: Troopers found injured man lying alone in road
A Wednesday night shooting in Salisbury is under investigation after a 42-year-old victim was left lying in the road with gunshot wounds, Maryland State Police said. Troopers from the Salisbury Barrack responded to the area of Richmond Avenue and West Road shortly after 8:20 p.m., according to polic
Email sent to Avery Hall matches up with threats sent out nationwide
SALISBURY, Md. – Salisbury Police can now confirm to 47ABC that the email bomb threat we saw at Avery Hall Insurance in downtown is linked to those that were sent out nationally.
Arrest made in connection to Salisbury shooting incident
SALISBURY, Md. – Salisbury Police have arrested a suspect in connection to the shooting incident that occurred in Salisbury on Wednesday. Police responded to the report shortly before noon, in the 200 block of Marshall Street. On arrival, officers met with a 36-year-old male victim with an apparent
One Injured in Salisbury Shooting, State Police Investigating
SALISBURY, Md. -- Maryland State Police said one man was injured in a shooting Wednesday night. It happened in the area of Richmond Avenue and West Road shortly before 8:30 p.m.
UPDATE: Reported bomb threats at WBOC, Avery Hall Insurance in Salisbury
4:10 PM UPDATE: WBOC is reporting that they have received the all-clear and employees have been allowed back into the building. 3:58 PM UPDATE: 47 ABC has also received word that another threat has been reported at Avery Hall Insurance on East Main Street in Salisbury.
Local officials react to Affordable Care Act ruling by Texas judge
SALISBURY, Md. – Officials across the region are reacting to the ruling handed down by Texas U.S. District Judge Reed O’Connor, ruling that without the law’s mandate in place, it is unconstitutional.
Parsons Cemetary participates in Wreaths Across America
SALISBURY, Md. – Parsons Cemetery was filled with over 800 wreaths on Saturday to honor our fallen veterans as part of the national Wreaths Across America. “This is a big moment because so many people served this country and came to this community and not a lot of people recognize that or realize th
In Salisbury accidental shooting, man not allowed to have guns faces charges
The Salisbury Police Department says the suspect in a Wednesday shooting that investigators determined was accidental was prohibited from possessing firearms. Officers responded to the 200 block of Marshall Street at 11:48 a.m. after a 911 caller reported that a victim had been shot in the area, acc
Sonic Drive-In in Fruitland closed for good after fire
Fruitland's Sonic Drive-In is permanently closed following a fire in October that caused $800,000 in damages, company officials said. “Though this drive-in is no longer operating, Sonic remains committed to serving guests at other neighboring drive-ins including the nearby community of Easton, Bridg