What’s Happening Today – August 27, 2018
Today on DelmarvaLife –
Infertility can have an emotional and sometimes devastating impact on families. Christina Murphy of Seaford talks about her and her husband’s decade-long struggle to start a family that eventually led to a stronger marriage.
There are only 250 interventional pulmonologist in the country. Two of them are at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury. Dr. Yashvir Sangwan, Director of Interventional Pulmonology at PRMC explains what this new field of medicine is and how the less-invasive procedures go a long way in preventing lung disease.
Coin collecting can be a very rewarding hobby. Not only do coins have a rich history, some can serve as profitable investments. There are quarters that can be worth up to $18,000. Lisa stops by Robinson’s Family of Businesses to find out how to know if a coin is valuable.
It was back in January when 102.5 WBOC’s Corey Phoebus caught up with Wicomico High’s Brianna Stevenson. She was getting ready to compete in Australia. Corey checks back with Brianna to see how it went and what she has planned for the future.
Summer is winding down, but the summer fun isn’t. DelmarvaLife’s Sydney Whitfield stops by Jolly Roger Amusement Park in Ocean City to see why the fun is just beginning. Part of the fun at Jolly Roger is the many shows that are offered throughout the summer. See the above flyer for dates and times.
This year’s Ocean City Police Department Citizens Police Academy is getting ready to start up classes. This year, OCPD is teaming up with the Ocean Pines Police Department, Worcester County Sheriff’s Office and Maryland State Police to beef up the course that gives area residents more knowledge of what goes on behind the scenes in their local law enforcement departments. Classes are held every Tuesday starting September 11th and run through Mid-November. The ten-week program is free.