The Salisbury Daily Times is holding a Neighborhood town hall meeting tomorrow night at Stop the Violence on Calloway Street.
It is part of the paper’s series called “Coming Together: What is Salisbury.”
The publication says its goal is to connect community leaders and residents in a dialogue on what strengthens neighborhoods.
The panelists range from law enforcement officials including the Police Chief Barbara Duncan and County Sheriff Mike Lewis to NAACP Wicomico Branch President Mary Ashanti and those from the Wicomico County school district.
Originally published on Tue March 11, 2014 11:00 am
"My mouse pad broke, and I had to get my great-aunt some diabetes shoes."
That's how comedian Zach Galifianakis begins his segment with President Obama, in an episode of the online interview show Between Two Ferns that was posted Tuesday. It was an interview unlike any other for a sitting U.S. president, as Galifianakis probed the commander-in-chief's views with a range of oddball questions.
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Gov. Jack Markell says supporters of the new Common Core academic standards need to do a better job countering misinformation about the education initiative, which is designed to better prepare students for college or a job by the time they graduate from high school.
Markell and former Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas visited a Wilmington school Monday to promote the Common Core standards, saying parents and students must not be fooled by what Markell called misinformation and mythology.
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Former president Bill Clinton says "creative cooperation" is needed among private and public sector entities to help tackle challenges facing the continent of Africa.
Speaking Monday at a conference on Africa sponsored by U.S. Sen. Chris Coons, Clinton said issues such as food insecurity, disease and resource management have to be confronted to improve the lives of Africans.
At a Millville, New Jersey glass company plant a noose was allegedly placed on their property where two African Americans from Delaware were working construction last month.
The Millville police are investigating the allegations by 43-year old Kyle Winters of New Castle and 46 year old Vance Thorpe from Wilmington that the noose was placed at the Nipro Glass site where they had been working.
Nipro issued a statement saying that the allegations, if true, were contrary to its policies and training provided to contractors it hires.