National Night Out

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Salisbury kicks off Safe Streets Week.

Mayor Jim Ireton and Police Chief Barbara Duncan announced that the city will be participating in the National Night Out.

The City of Salisbury will hold a Safe Streets Prayer Service at Saint Francis De Sales Catholic church to commence this week’s activities to fight crime.

Tomorrow neighborhoods around the city are being invited to join with thousands of other communities across the nation for the 31st Annual National Night Out.

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It’s National Night Out.

And cities across the county are celebrating the event that marks the fight against crime.

It’s sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch.

On the Lower Eastern Shore there are a number of cities participating this year ranging from Salisbury and Crisfield to Pocomoke, Snow Hill and Ocean City.

Col. Ivan Barkley with the Salisbury Police Department says this is a way for the community and law enforcement to get together.

Along with communities across the county Lower Shore cities will be marking the National Night Out.

Tuesday’s celebration of the fight against crime sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch bringing neighbors and police together.

Eight cities on the Lower Shore will be participating this year including Salisbury, Fruitland, Crisfield, Berlin, Pocomoke City, Snow Hill and Ocean City

There will be free food and activities to mark the occasion.