The City of Salem Public Works Department announces team registration for the 2013 Kickball League. Team representatives, coaches, or managers may pick up a Spring/Summer League Registration Packet at the City of Salem Public Works Department, 555 Liberty Street SE, Room 325, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (open during the lunch hour) or go to www.softballcityusa.com to print off the team registration packet.
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Marion County Sheriff’s Office and the Salem Fire Department are currently addressing a small fire that broke out earlier this evening in the Jail’s Work Center at 4000 Aumsville Highway.
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At 2:04 pm today, firefighters from Marion County Fire District #1 responded to the 4900 Block of Riverton St NE in the Brooks area near Salem for a reported shed fire.
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Salem, Ore. - Lead the Way to National Walking Day will be held on Tuesday, April 2 to commemorate the third anniversary of Marion County’s Health and Wellness Initiative, “I Love ME.” Kicked off in 2010 by Senators Peter Courtney and Jackie Winters, “I Love ME” challenges all Oregonians to make healthy lifestyle choices and commit to the 5-2-1-0 in 30 challenge: Eat five servings of fruits and vegetables each day; reduce leisure time in front of a TV or computer screen to two hours or less a day; spend one hour a day moving actively; and have zero sweetened drinks in your diet.
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Marion County Deputies locked down a southeast Salem neighborhood after receiving calls of shots being fired and several juveniles running from the area.
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Salem, Ore. – An unidentified male entered the Plaid Pantry Store, 2505 State St, at about 4:00am Sunday morning, displayed a pistol, and demanded cash and cigarettes. The suspect managed to escape the area with a very small amount of money and a few cigarettes. No one was injured in the incident.
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Salem Public Library offers a variety of events for youth during the week of Spring Break, which is March 25-29 this year. These programs are free and open to elementary-age children unless otherwise indicated. All programs take place at the Salem Public Library, 585 Liberty St. SE. Continue reading “Spring Break Offers Tons of Fun for Elementary-Age Youth at the Salem Public Library” »
A 23-year old man in a stolen truck lead law enforcement officers on a 25-mile chase early this afternoon before being taken into custody near Monument Peak , 2 miles west of Detroit Lake.
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This information is issued as a follow up to the initial media release by the Oregon State Police:
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Two people are in custody Thursday evening along Interstate 5 in the Tualatin area after an attempt to elude Oregon State Police (OSP) and Marion County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) in a stolen vehicle northbound on Interstate 5. The two unidentified Hispanic males were turned over to MCSO deputies for further investigation and consideration of charges.
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