What’s Happening Today – January 13, 2020
Today on DelmarvaLife –
A touching tribute for a hometown hero. Over the weekend, members of our local law enforcement provided Fruitland Police Officer Spencer Wiersberg with an escort home from the hospital. Spencer’s battle with a rare form of cancer ended Sunday morning. We talk with Lt. Tim Robinson about how he’s being remembered and why he will be missed in the community. Lt. Robinson also has a list of fugitives for Most Wanted Monday.
We get details on Delmarva Birding Weekend, and explain why this area is one that birds, quite literally, flock to.
We explore the idea that cleaning the water that surrounds us starts at home. Executive Director of the Nanticoke Watershed Alliance, Lisa Wool, joins us to talk about the little things we can do that will make a huge difference. She also shows us how to use a rain barrel.
DelmarvaLife’s Katie Zarrilli stops by Dorchester Heritage Museums and Gardens in Cambridge to see all you can see and learn there.
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