What’s Happening Today – July 29, 2019
Today on DelmarvaLife:
Heat waves affects us all, even our plants. Ginny Rosenkranz from University of Maryland shares her expertise on handling plants during heat waves and just general care year-round.
The Art in Nature Photo Festival speaks to the artist in all of us. The executive director of the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art, Kristin Sullivan, tells us how even the amateur photographer can be recognized in this photo festival at the Ward Museum in Salisbury.
Shirley Price, a realtor from Long and Foster, advises home owners on how to get the most out of the beach house they’re renting out. From viewing credit to finding advisers, Price brings her insider knowledge to the Delmarva community.
The only thing cooler than A/C is saving some money while staying cool. Corey Phoebus visits Delaware Electric Cooperative to discover the secrets of staying comfy without burning a hole in your pocket.
Most Wanted Monday features six locals wanted by local law enforcement. Lt. Tim Robinson with the Wicomico County Sheriff’s Office shows us the fugitives and explains how information leading to the apprehension and arrest of any of them could put cash in your pocket.
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