One On One: Aug. 15, 2019: Folk Festival event preview

Salisbury Mayor Jake Day and National Folk Festival Local Manager Caroline O’Hare preview the upcoming National Folk Festival, scheduled Sept. 6-8 in Downtown Salisbury. The interviews were held in the city’s amphitheater on the Riverwalk.

One On One: Aug. 8, 2019: engineer Amanda Pollack

Amanda Pollack, Director of the Infrastructure & Development Department for the city of Salisbury, joins us this week to talk about working with developers and provides a rundown of city projects that are currently under way.

One On One: Aug. 1, 2019: PRMC’s Roger Follebout

Roger Follebout, the former local TV news anchor and current Community Relations Director at Peninsula Regional Medical Center comes in to break the summer doldrums and offer some insight on TV news, the Shorebirds and our amazing local medical center.

One On One, July 25, 2019: County Fair’s Zach Evans

Wicomico County Fair chairman Zach Evans stops by to talk about plans for this summer’s big event, scheduled Aug. 16-18 at WinterPlace Park in Salisbury.

One On One, July 18, 2018: Rec & Parks’ Steve Miller

Wicomico County Director of Recreation, Parks & Tourism Director Steve Miller sits down to talk about new recreation projects being planned for the county and outlines some upcoming park-related events.

One On One, July 4, 2019: Delegate Carl Anderton

Delegate Carl Anderton recaps his first session as a member of the House Appropriations Committee, explains the Meals On Wheels funding situation and forecasts the issues facing Lower Shore lawmakers.

Culver addresses issues with County Council, charter

In a wide-ranging interview on PAC 14, Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver discusses his disputes with the County Council, his interpretation of the County Charter, the future of school construction funding and says he’s willing to have a review committee look at the way the county government is arranged.

One On One, June 20, 2019: Developer Bret Davis

Developer and entrepreneur Bret Davis talks about projects he has under way in Downtown Salisbury and offers some predictions for continued renovations and improvements.

One On One: June 13, 2019: State Sen. Mary Beth Carozza

State Sen. Mary Beth Carozza reviews her first General Assembly session after moving from the House of Delegates to the Senate and reviews some of the issues facing the Lower Shore and state governments.

One On One, June 6, 2019: Dine & Stay United, more Folk Festival artists

Caroline Phillips of the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore joins us to talk about the nonprofit’s “Dine And Stay United” program which allows a percentage of tabs for meals consumed at Ocean City restaurants to be returned to United Way programs. Then, Caroline O’Hare of the National Folk Festival discusses the latest list […]