Thursday, July 4, 2019
This Sunday on The Pocomoke Public Eye..
4th Of July celebrations in Snow Hill and Chincoteague in the late 1800's.
A Princess Anne native (b. 1842) with military and law credentials becomes a widely published African explorer.
"Headin' Home" staring Babe Ruth is one of the big attractions in June, 1921 at Pocomoke City's Empire Theater.
People are going about their daily routines on a pleasant spring morning on the Eastern Shore on May 15th, 1996 and then at 1012 a.m. .........?
Wednesday, July 3, 2019
Monday, July 1, 2019
Inpatient and surgery to move to Salisbury. McCready will maintain 24-hour emergency health services plus services such as labs and physical therapy in Crisfield, eventually in a new facility.
Sunday, June 30, 2019
Footnote: Environmental concerns about an ethanol plant curtailed plans for pursuing such a facility.
The Morning News (Wilmington)
1955.. Pocomoke City's large modern J.J. Newberry store opens on the corner of Market and Second Streets.
Salisbury Times photo
1975.. The Vietnam war quagmire finally comes to an end.
The Time Machine is a weekly feature I've enjoyed researching and compiling on The Pocomoke Public Eye since 2011. I have fond memories of growing up in Pocomoke City and welcome reader contributions we can share about things you've read, remember, or were told relating to our Pocomoke/Eastern shore area...a sentence, a paragraph, or more all fine. Just email it.