What’s Happening Today – February 14, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
For the third consecutive year, PRMC has been awarded the highest rating by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. It’s just one of eight hospitals in the state of Maryland and the only one on the Delmarva Peninsula to receive this rating. DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli talks with hospital officials to see what the rating means.
An example of award-winning healthcare found at PRMC is the Cardiac and Pulmonary Rehab Program. We’re spending the month of February introducing you to folks who have had their lives changed by the program. Today, we meet Daniel Savoy of Salisbury.
The Fruitland Police Department is being trained to use the BolaWrap. It’s is a battery-powered device that ejects a tether to wrap around a suspect’s legs. Police Chief Brian Swafford explains how it will be used.
Random Acts of Kindness week begins Sunday. Salisbury Jaycees President D’Shawn Doughty; and Secretary Arielle Hicks join us to talk about how the service organizations will be participating.
We have some homeless dogs and cats who would love to be your Valentine in today’s Pet Connect.
This month, 102.5 WBOC will be sending a lucky winner and guest to Las Vegas to see “The Voice” coach Kelly Clarkson and her “Invincible” concert at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino. 102.5 WBOC’s Corey Phoebus and Sarah Ockels explain how you can enter to win.
Ocean City’s Lauren Glick takes the Mid South Audio Stage to perform two original songs.
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