One On One, May 28, 2020: SU’s Dr. Memo Diriker

The great Dr. Memo Diriker of BEACON at Salisbury University joins us this week to talk about the current health crisis and its effects on the local economy and how businesses need to be positioned as the region enters the next stage of reopenings.

One On One, May 21, 2020: Election; reopening city

Two guests this week: First, Anthony Gutierrez of the Wicomico County Board Elections discusses mail-in voting procedures for the June 2 primary; then Salisbury Mayor Jake Day discusses the next steps in reopening the local economy as the pandemic health concerns evolve.

One On One, May 14, 2020: Sen. Mary Beth Carozza

State Sen. Mary Beth Carozza talks to us from her Ocean City home and fills us in on the end of the General Assembly 2020 session, the Kirwan Commission results, and discusses the state’s actions in dealing with the pandemic.

One On One, May 7: Bill Chambers, Amanda Pollack

Bill Chambers, President and CEO of the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce, discusses what the Chamber is doing to connect business owners with programs to help them deal with challenges related to the current health pandemic. Later, Amanda Pollack, Director of Infrastructure and Development for the city of Salisbury, updates us construction progress in Downtown […]

One On One, April 30, 2020: Wor-Wic’s Dr. Ray Hoy

Wor-Wic Community College President Dr. Ray Hoy discusses how his institution is responding to the current health pandemic, what the possible options are for graduating seniors headed to college and how Wor-Wic is responding to address the training needs of the Lower Shore community.

One On One, April 23, 2020: Dr. Donna Hanlin

Wicomico schools Superintendent Dr. Donna Hanlin joins us this week to talk about how schools are teaching students remotely, what plans are in development to eventually reopen schools, how graduating seniors are coping with a loss in their rites of passage and whether the learning gap will have a long-term impact. She also updates us […]

One On One: April 16, 2020: Brad Gillis, Gillis Gilkerson

Brad Gillis, a Principal with building and development company Gillis Gilkerson based in Salisbury, talks about the many projects currently under way in Downtown Salisbury, the prospects for future growth within the urban core and outlines the advantages our region possesses in attracting community growth.

One On One: March 24: Day discusses health crisis

Salisbury Mayor Jake Day discusses what steps the city is taking to deal with coronavirus restrictions, how he shares information with other municipal leaders and what needs to be done to protect public health.

One On One: PRMC CEO details coronavirus plans

Steve Leonard, President and CEO of the Peninsula Regional Medical System, discusses planning and practices that are under way to address the spread of coronavirus. Leonard also outlines the recent acquisitions of Nanticoke Memorial Hospital in Seaford and McCready Memorial in Crisfield.

One On One, March 12, 2020: Pastor Martin Hutchison

Pastor Martin Hutchison of Community of Joy – Church of the Brethren and Secretary of Community Gardens for the city of Salisbury, talks about the upcoming spring planting season, the phenomenal success of the Camden Community Garden and his work with the city’s homeless population.

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