The Storied Neighborhood Of Newtown In Salisbury Opens Its Doors The Public This December
Salisbury’s historic Newtown neighborhood will host a holiday tour on Sunday, December 8 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The tour, a tradition of more than 30 years, provides a special opportunity to visit some of Salisbury’s oldest and grandest homes decorated for the holidays.
Our region’s cherished OYSTERS Offer many benefits.
Here’s a few:
Eating oysters is environmentally friendly. Oysters are on the Seafood Watch list as a “Best Choice,” meaning that seafood in this category is abundant, well-managed and caught or farmed in environmentally friendly ways.
Oysters are good for your garden. Oyster shells are high in calcium, which helps balance your soil’s pH levels.
Adorable, Local Pets In Need Of The Right Home
Ginger is about 6-years-old and has been at the shelter for over a year. She is high energy and does not do well with other animals, but she is very eager to please humans. She loves to play and is very smart. Ginger is looking for a fairly active family with older kids to play with.
TEAM OF HOPE The HALO executive team (top) includes (front, from left), Logan Schevel and Teresa Schevel. (Back, from left) Princess Perry, Celeste Savage, Eartha Harris and Angel Simpson.
Halo Ministries Continues To Positively Impact Wicomico County Through Its
Unwavering Commitment To See Lives Change
History: The Center of Hope began as an outreach ministry of Oak Ridge Baptist Church in 2004,