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The big game is this weekend between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles. We get a point of view from the guy who everyone love…

It only takes a second, but the consequences can last a lifetime. Today at five, we're talking about burn safety ahead of Burn Awareness Week.

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A community gathering to honor a Fallen Officer.  Today at five we learn more about Heacook Fest 2023.

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January or February action flicks have been a thing for the past 15 years. Mostly, they've been dominated with Liam Neeson vehicles like Taken…

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t's being called "Egg-Flation" by some.  Today at five. Egg prices have some considering raising backyard chickens.  We look into what's invol…

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Honoring our Hometown Heroes is something Delmarva takes an immense amount of pride in. Today at 5, we're joined by members of the Major Natha…

The Thirsty Games is an event happening at Benvenuto Restaurant in Milford, tomorrow Sept. 15th at 6PM. This is the second annual Thirsty Games hosted by America's Top Mixologist Brian Van Flandern. Watch 6 finalists battle for $3,500 & the title of “Best Mixologist on Delmarva”! There'l…

We introduce you to the newest member of the Draper Media family.  Steve Monz is in the house just hours before he enters "The Rock Shop"  on Big 107.7 to bring you classic rock and life and local info to get your day started.

One of the most charming sights you'll see while driving through Delmarva is the old church buildings. We learn about a special event celebrating the historic legacy of several Sussex Country churches, and how their modern day congregations have preserved these buildings.

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The Jesse Klump Suicide Awareness and Prevention Program presents its annual Jesse's Poker Paddle, Saturday, September 17th. We learn about the event and the valuable program it supports.

Ilyana Kadushin, founder and executive director of Stories Love Music, joins us to tell us about the organizations mission to help caregivers.

We head back to 1938 and the celebration that followed President Franklin D. Roosevelt to the Peninsula. And, as "Secrets of the Eastern Shore" Author, Jim Duffy tells the story, there was controversy, too.

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