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 […]

One On One, May 30, 2019: Publisher Darel La Prade

Salisbury Independent Darel La Prade talks about the weekly newspaper’s five-year anniversary and reviews its impact on the community.

One On One, May 23, 2019: Comptroller Peter Franchot

Maryland State Comptroller Peter Franchot discusses the just-completed tax season, his relationship with Gov. Larry Hogan and his ongoing battles with party leaders and lobbyists in Annapolis.

One On One, May 16, 2019: Jeff Merritt, Jamie Heater

Jeff Merritt stops in to talk about the great group he helps with, Operation We Care, which sends packages to troops and first-responders. Then, Jamie Heater talks about the changes to this year’s Salisbury Festival, scheduled June 7-9 in Downtown Salisbury.

Wayne Strausburg on a Wicomico revenues hunt

For a long, long time in Wicomico County, the County Council’s members served as both the legislative and executive arms of government, but hired a single person to act as their administrative head. Also for a long, long time, Matt Creamer served in that administrator’s role, acting as the council-appointed leader of the county’s administration. […]

One On One, May 2, 2019: Salisbury Mayor Jake Day

Salisbury Mayor Jake Day makes a PAC 14 appearance to talk about Downtown events, city projects, public safety and the National Folk Festival.

One On One, April 25, 2019, SU Music Festival and Red White & BOOM

Dr. William Folger joins us first to talk about the upcoming Spring Musical Festival at Salisbury University. Then, Brian Nelson of July Fourth’s Red White and BOOM stops in to preview the summer’s No. 1 event and reveals the many public sponsorship opportunities that are available.

One On One, April 18, 2019: Airport Manager Dawn Veatch

Dawn Veatch, Manager of the Salisbury-Wicomico Regional Airport, talks about the airport’s upcoming Wings & Wheels event and outlines plans that will help develop the facility into an economic driver for the region.

One On One, April 11, 2019: Dr. Donna Hanlin

Wicomico Superintendent of Schools Dr. Donna Hanlin joins us to discuss the school system’s FY 2020 budget needs, progress on her “Achieve 2022” strategic plan and challenges facing students, teachers, parents and administrators.