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ISSUE 28• SPRING 2014
    safe at Home In salem
The team names and faces may have changed over the last 75 years, but minor league baseball continues to make a major impact on the culture and lifestyle in and around Salem.
   InsIde CIty Hall
7 CIty CounCIl 9 KevIn’s Corner
The City Manager highlights Virginia’s Blue Ridge.
10 newsmaKers our sCHools
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     20 speCIal seleCtIon
G.W. Carver’s Debbie Hughes is Teacher of the Year.
22 staKeHolder satIsfaCtIon Salem’s school division gets high marks.
BaseBall In salem
   40 rememBerIng a fallen pIrate
Alfredo Edmead’s memory lives on thanks to a local fan.
42 2013 water report 50 parKs & reCreatIon 54 a long tIme ago
On the cover Different uniforms from various Salem minor league
baseball eras surround the Mills Cup, the Carolina League
championship trophy passed around every season to the
league champion. The Salem Red Sox won the title in 2013.
Mike Stevens & Clark Ruhland
mstevens@salemva.gov cruhland@salemva.gov
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