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Where Pigs Fly restaurant closing after 26 years

DOVER — As of Saturday, Where Pigs Fly will have barbecued its last pair of ribs in Dover. The longtime barbecue restaurant on 617 E. Loockerman St. announced its impending closing after 26 years in Dover via their Facebook page on Wednesday. “We appreciate every customer who has come through our doors or that we […]

Delaware State News

Chamber/BEACON Forecast scheduled Dec. 6 at SU

The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce and BEACON at Salisbury University will present the 2020 Southern Delmarva Economic Forecast on Friday, Dec. 6, at Salisbury University. The event will be held in the Wicomico Room of the Guerrieri Academic Commons. Registration and breakfast begin at 7:30 a.m. to be followed by the Eastern Shore Delegation […]

Salisbury Independent

Don Mabe, Perdue Farms’ former leader, dies at 88

Donald Wilson Mabe Sr., the renowned former President and CEO of Perdue Farms, died Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019, following a prolonged illness. He was 88 years old and was a resident of Georgetown, S.C. A native of Kernersville, N.C., he graduated from North Carolina State University and then served for two years in the U.S. […]

Salisbury Independent

Delaware State Fair inducted to IEBA Hall of Fame

HARRINGTON – IEBA (International Entertainment Buyers Association), a trade organization for live entertainment industry professionals, concluded its 49th Annual Conference Oct. 29 with its Honors & Awards Ceremony. Delaware State Fair was among those inducted as new IEBA Hall of Fame members. Delaware State Fair, on the occasion of its 100th anniversary, was inducted along […]

Delaware State News

Adam’s Taphouse wins top state business award

Adam’s Taphouse and Black Diamond Catering have been awarded the Comptroller of Maryland’s Cornerstone Award for Wicomico County. The award recognizes small and family-owned businesses that are ingrained in the fabric of their communities and celebrate the values of independence and investment that define Maryland’s local business community.  Comptroller Peter Franchot was in Fruitland on […]

Salisbury Independent

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