The Salisbury Police Department is pleased to announce the arrest of Juan Renardo Chunn (B/M 11/03/1968) for the April 19th, 2018, murder of his father Eugene Milton Chunn.
The Salisbury Police Department (SPD), in partnership with the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, will host public information sessions with City Council and the general public on Tuesday, Aug. 14 to announce the findings of a recent police department assessment.
Regarding the double homicide that occurred at Towne Creek Park in the 700 block of E Monroe St. on August 3, 2018 the following information is provided as an update:.
The Salisbury Police Department (SPD) responded to a 911 call regarding a disturbance in the 700 block of MLK Jr. Ave. S at approximately 4:10 p,m. While officers were arriving, an updated call indicated there were victims at the Towne Creek Park in the 700 block of E. Monroe St. As officers arrived they found a female and male victim suffering gunshot wounds in the park grounds.
Communities within the City of Salisbury will observe National Night Out, Tuesday, Aug. 7, with free music, food, children’s games and other outdoor activities, featuring officers of the Salisbury Police Department (SPD). The National Night Out celebrations are in addition to the centralized Community Block Party hosted by the Salisbury Police Department the week prior.
Salisbury Mayor Al Heggins releases a statement regarding the cancellation of the Holiday Caravan Parade by former parade organizers.
Butterflies are unique, beautiful and come in an array of colors. In Hurley Park, we see many pollinators from honey bees to the lowly moths. One thing that all pollinators have in common is that they need a food source. Luckily, Hurley Park provides just that!
Many times the fall is overlooked as a great time to garden. In many horticulturalist’s opinion it is the best time to plant, especially trees and shrubs.
Early in 2018 a large Red Oak tree was identified as having some serious problems. Hurley Park's staff identified a cost-efficient way to prolong the tree's life.
Salisbury City Council and city staff will host the third in a series of community town hall meetings titled, Chit, Chat & Chew, Thursday, Aug. 23, with dinner beginning at 5:15 p.m., at Destiny City Church, 2324 S. Main St. This event will be held for residents in the “Southwest” area of the city, which encompasses neighborhoods such as the Lincoln Heights, King’s Forest, Matika Village and Forest Glen.