Salisbury Press

Thursday, March 21, 2019


Wednesday, February 6, 2019 by MELISSA BALTAZAR in Local News

Building principals present assessment updates to curriculum and technology committee

Building principals Heather Morningstar, Salisbury High School, Ken Parliman, Salisbury Middle School, Zachary Brem, Harry S Truman Elementary School and Dr. Grace Hartman, Western Salisbury Elementary School provided assessment updates to the curriculum and technology committee Jan. 28 at SHS.

Morningstar said SHS is well above the state average in all areas; Literature Keystone Performance is 16.5 percent above state average at 79.5 percent proficiency. Special education, learning disability students and the Hispanic sub groups are not meeting the established goals.


Wednesday, February 6, 2019 by DEBBIE GALBRAITH in Local News

Remembering Fonzie

Retired Salisbury Township Police Department K-9 Fonzie died Feb. 2 after a short illness. He had been residing with his best friend, Officer Jason Laky and his family since retiring from a distinguished career in law enforcement.

Police Chief Allen Stiles said Fonzie was more than just a dog to the department.

“He lived like a warrior and died like a hero,” Stiles said.

The Salisbury Township K-9 Unit is in its 15th year of service.


Wednesday, February 6, 2019 by PAUL WILLISTEIN in Local News

Bieber reappointed sewage enforcement officer

The Salisbury Township Sewage Enforcement Officer has been reappointed.

By a 4-0 vote, with one commissioner absent, the Salisbury Township Board of Commissioners approved a resolution to appoint Scott Beiber of Lehigh Soils and Wetlands, 6071 St. Peters Road, Emmaus, as the primary township sewage enforcement officer.

Commissioner Joanne Ackerman made the motion, seconded by Commissioner Rodney Conn, to advance the resolution to a vote.