The play, an engaging mystery for fans of “Knives Out,” runs at Salem’s Pentacle Theatre through Feb. 4.
The availability of people to take local jobs and homes to house them are expected to drive Salem’s economy in 2023. Interest rates and foreign affairs could also ripple through Salem, local leaders say. Salem Reporter surveyed them on their outlooks for the year.
At the Salem-Keizer NAACP’s event Monday, community leaders addressed misconceptions about King’s beliefs and highlighted young Black activists in Salem.
The official filing for a seat on the Salem-Keizer School Board opens in February but one incumbent isn’t waiting to declare. Three seats are up in the May election.
A group of around 50 Salemites spent their Monday morning off pulling weeds and planting trees.
The home that houses Silverton Cat Rescue, which was occupied at the time of the fire, was a total loss. The organization typically takes in cats from Silverton and the Salem area.
City historic preservation officer Kimberli Fitzgerald explains how Salem set up a group to hear civil rights concerns in the early 1960s.
Monday, Jan. 16 is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Salem plans to celebrate his life with volunteer events, guest lectures and a car march.
“Camp Turmoil” is the story of three brothers whose plans for a fun summer camp on the site of an abandoned theme park go awry. Author Hudson Siemens, a Four Corners Elementary School student, self-published the book through Amazon.
Ken Haseltine got his start in floral design at 17 and now runs Salem’s century-old downtown floral shop.