9 hrs ago
Worcester County Times
Students suing SPD request jury trial in criminala
Students suing SPD request jury trial in criminal cases Jury would give opportunity to tell their side, says lawyer on behalf of the three accused. Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/maryland/2014/09/15/police-force-jury/15678141/ Surveillance video from Salisbury University captured the May 4 arrests that resulted in an excessive force lawsuit filed this week against the Salisbury Police Department and the officer involved.
14 hrs ago
Jury Trial For SU Students In Police Lawsuit
Three Salisbury University students arrested on criminal charges back in May, will have their case heard in a jury trial. A judge granted the request from the plaintiffs' attorney, Luke Rommel, in a hearing this morning in circuit court.
Fri Sep 12, 2014
Scottish History Expert Can Comment on Scottish Referendum
As the September 18 Scottish Referendum approaches, Dr. Kristen Walton, president of the North American Organization of Scottish Historians, can speak about the democratic tradition in Scotland, how it has been defined by its relationship to England, and why the 2014 referendum is unique and unpredictable. As an alumna of the University of St. Andrews , the College of William and Mary, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Walton has published two books on Scottish history and written several articles including "Scottish Nationalism: an ideology, a sentiment, or a creation?" for International Social Science Review .
City Of Salisbury Plans To Defend Police Lawsuit In Court
According to the plaintiff's attorney, Luke Rommel, the city sent a letter today saying, "the city is not interested in the offer to mediate, and looks forward to defending the lawsuit in court." The lawsuit stems from an incident in May, involving the arrest of three Salisbury University students, who allege that police used excessive force.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Looking Back On 9/11
As with all events that change the course of history, there's no going back to life before September 11th, 2001. Since then opinions over US involvement in the Middle East have simmered, boiled over, and done just about everything in between.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
Worcester County Times
Delmarva schools on guard for Ebola
Delmarva schools on guard for Ebola University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Salisbury University keep watch on ebola movement Check out this story on delmarvanow.com: http://www.delmarvanow.com/story/news/local/maryland/2014/09/10/delmarva-ebola-preparedness/15415681/ Students and faculty members at area universities are keeping watch for symptoms of ebola, the potentially fatal virus that has killed hundreds in West Africa. Health officials at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Salisbury University have issued bulletins to students about signs and symptoms of ebola.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Salisbury University's Jantzen claims CAC Offensive Player of the Week award
YORK, Pa. - The Capital Athletic Conference announced its weekly field hockey Player of the Week awards and for the second time in two weeks, Salisbury University's potent offense has been awarded as junior picked up the offensive honor.
Delaware Coast Press
Arrest surveillance video from Salisbury Univer...
Surveillance video from Salisbury University captured the May 4 arrests that resulted in an excessive force lawsuit filed this week against the Salisbury Police Department and the officer involved.
Businessmen face off in District 5 Democratic primary
Brad Connor is a small businessman who owns Connor's Package Store. He is also manager of Resort Real Estate Guide and Beach Guide Magazine.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
Africa: AACSB International Names Timothy Mescon As Senior Vice...
AACSB International announces the appointment of Timothy S. Mescon, Ph.D., as the first Senior Vice President and Chief Officer for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Mescon, who currently serves as the president of Columbus State University, will assume his role with AACSB beginning in January 2015.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
Now, local universities are taking precautionary measures to reduce the threat on the Eastern Shore. Schools such as Salisbury University and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore have issued statements warning their students who may be traveling to West African countries where Ebola has hit the hardest.
Police Misconduct Alleged In May Arrests At Salisbury University
SALISBURY, Md. A complaint alleging police misconduct on the part of the Salisbury Police Department has been filed in federal district court.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
1 Year Later, Kristen Loetz Reflects On Salisbury Triple Shooting
SALISBURY, Md. One year ago on Wednesday, a triple shooting outside of Salisbury University's campus rocked the college and surrounding community.
Mon Sep 01, 2014
Salisbury University Football picked to finish second in Empire 8
The 2014 football season kicks off for Salisbury University on Saturday, September 6, and the Sea Gulls have been selected to finish second in the Empire 8 Athletic Conference as the preseason coaches' poll was released on Monday.
Fri Aug 29, 2014
Salisbury University Gets "Best Bang for the Buck" College Recognition
SALISBURY , Md.- Washington Monthly magazine named Salisbury University one of "America's Best Bang For The Buck Colleges."
Thu Aug 28, 2014
Worcester County Times
Somerset wind project still hot topic amonga
Somerset wind project still hot topic among residents Wind turbine project still draws concerns among some residents.
Maryland Universities and Colleges Prepare for Campus Fire Safety Month
Many college students are already moved in to their dormitories and have begun classes on Delmarva.
Poet Nancy Mitchell to join Tom Horton at Sept. 13 ESWA meeting
Poet Nancy Mitchell will provide a creative reading at the monthly Eastern Shore Writers Association meeting, which starts at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept.
College and High School Students Team Up for Environmental Project
Students at Salisbury University and James M. Bennett High School are teaming up to build shelters for bees, birds, and bats.
Two solo exhibitions open at RAL Aug. 29 with reception
Spectrum: Aina Nergaard-Nammack Exhibition and Head On: Sculpture by Cori Beardsley will open Friday, Aug. 29 at the Rehoboth Art League in Henlopen Acres.