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Salisbury (Wicomico, Maryland)

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  • Man suspected of ramming State Police cruiser in Salisbury arrested

    Man suspected of ramming State Police cruiser in Salisbury arrested
    A man accused of ramming and driving over a Maryland State Police trooper's vehicle in Salisbury last week was arrested Wednesday in Delaware, officials said. Edwin L. Fletcher, 31, of Salisbury, was taken into custody without incident by Maryland State...
  • Law would allow farmers' market beer sales

    Law would allow farmers' market beer sales
    Visitors to farmers' markets would be able to sample and purchase beer made by small Maryland brew pubs under a bill that received final General Assembly approval Thursday. The House unanimously passed the measure, sending it to the governor. It is a...
  • Marylanders Fabien Lefevre, Ashley Nee make U.S. team for ICF Slalom World Championship in McHenry

    Marylanders Fabien Lefevre, Ashley Nee make U.S. team for ICF Slalom World Championship in McHenry
    Fabien Lefevre of Bethesda and Ashley Nee of Darnestown made the U.S. team that will compete at the ICF Slalom World Championship on Sept. 16-21 in McHenry, the first time the event will be held on American soil in 25 years. Lefevre, a two-time...
  • State lacrosse: Towson men upset No. 18 UMass, 6-5

    Sophomore goalkeeper Tyler White made 16 saves as Towson took a narrow lead late in the first quarter and kept ahead of No. 18 Massachusetts for a 6-5 win Saturday. The visiting Tigers (8-3, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association) scored their last goal with...
  • State women: Geif leads Mids past Army, 75-64

    Navy faced a rival Army squad with the same record and no conference losses Saturday. The host Mids won, 75-64. Kelsey Minato posted a game-high 25points for the Black Knights (11-4, 3-1 Patriot League), and Jade Geif scored a team-high 24 points for...
  • Legislators propose tougher penalties for hazing in wake of Salisbury University case

    Legislators propose tougher penalties for hazing in wake of Salisbury University case
    Two state legislators and the University System of Maryland chancellor say they support tougher penalties for hazing after a recent report detailed an extreme case at a Salisbury University fraternity chapter. State Sen. Jamie Raskin said he will...
  • Maryland university officials discuss hazing policies

    Maryland university officials discuss hazing policies
    The chair of the University System of Maryland's education policy and student life committee said Tuesday that the committee would begin a review of all university policies on hazing, after a recent report of extreme hazing at Salisbury University that...
  • Not just college pranks [Editorial]

    University System of Maryland officials are considering stiffening the penalties for college fraternities whose initiation rites cross the line from good-natured teasing to hazing that threatens life and limb. Pledging to join a campus fraternity or...
  • Eastern Shore project aims to help towns save energy, money

    Eastern Shore project aims to help towns save energy, money
    Chestertown officials have been interested in energy conservation for a long time — they started tracking usage levels during the 1970s energy crisis. Even so, when the Eastern Shore town launched a project to cut back on electricity costs seven...
  • State women: Fading late, Loyola falls to Army in OT

    Loyola Maryland shooters went cold over the final 2:53 of overtime as host Army outscored them 11-0 and won, 56-45, Saturday. The loss marks the second time this season that the Greyhounds (5-16, 2-8 Patriot League) forced overtime but lost to the Black...
  • Gregory Thornton named new city schools CEO

    Gregory Thornton named new city schools CEO
    Gregory E. Thornton, the superintendent of Milwaukee's public schools, was named on Tuesday the next CEO of the Baltimore City school system. Thornton, 59, who was in the running for Baltimore superintendent in 2007 when Andrés Alonso was hired, has...