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Dani Bozzini

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Salisbury, MD, United States

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Recent articles by Dani:

Jacksonville librarian saves fourth grader from choking on candy

Moments of fear led to a heroic rescue at a Jacksonville library on the Eastside. → Read More

Battle continues between developers and citizens near the Guana Preserve

The battle continues between developers and citizens near the Guana Preserve. → Read More

Smartphone app could make everyday citizens, everyday heroes

WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. – Wicomico County is rolling out a new smartphone app that could make everyday citizens, everyday heroes. “Every minute that a person goes without CPR, they’re not breathing, is a 10% chance that they won’t make it,” explains Salisbury EMS Capt. Christopher Truitt. That’s why Wicomico County has launched the Pulse Point app, a smartphone app... → Read More

Community split on horse cruelty case

HEBRON, Md. – In Wicomico County, a judge has given no jail time to Barbara Pilchard , the Hebron horse farm owner who was found guilty for neglecting 13 of her horses earlier this year. “She is not facing any active incarceration, she did not go to jail today,” exclaims Wicomico County Deputy State’s Attorney Bill McDermott. It’s a sentence that... → Read More

Police looking for burglary suspect in Georgetown

GEORGETOWN, Del. – In Georgetown, police are asking for the public’s help in finding the man who they believe burglarized a home on Friday. Police are looking for 28-year-old Joshua Shockley of Georgetown. Investigators say sometime between 4 and 7 p.m. on Friday afternoon, Shockley forced his way into a home in the 2000 block of Kings Highway and... → Read More

Local developer bringing downtown Salisbury to new heights

SALISBURY, Md. – A local developer is taking downtown Salisbury to new heights. 130 and 132 East Main Street will soon be the home of Salisbury’s first ever high rise. Nick Simpson is turning the historic building into a 12-story mixed use facility that will include retail on the first floor, student housing on the floors above, and an... → Read More

Ninja-style obstacle course coming to OC

OCEAN CITY, Md. – There’s a new attraction coming to ocean city this spring, a ninja-style obstacle course for both kids and adults. The town of Ocean City is partnering with Woodward Wrecktangle to bring the fun-filled obstacle course to an empty lot by the skate park on 3rd street. Organizers say this course will serve as an attraction for those... → Read More

Zoo Brews: Limited edition craft beer to benefit Salisbury Zoo

SALISBURY, Md. – There’s really nothing more iconic or rather more Salisbury than a collaboration between the city zoo and Evolution Craft Brewery. Evo has officially launched their limited edition limited release Zoo Brews, which are a series of zoo themed craft beers. The first is the Pinocchio Pale Ale is named after one of the zoos fan favorite bears.... → Read More

Delmarva governors meeting postponed amid Northam controversy

SALISBURY, Md. – Virginia’s leader finds himself in some very hot water after a racist photo emerged late Friday night on his medical school year book page. Governor Ralph Northam has not made a public appearance since Saturday, but calls for his resignation have been overwhelming. They’ve come from people like Former Vice President Joe Biden and friends from his inner... → Read More

Shorebirds' planter destroyed, looking for answers

SALISBURY, Md. – In Salisbury, the Delmarva Shorebirds are conducting an investigation of their own. That’s because when they pulled up to work Monday morning heading into the office, they were met with a destroyed planter. We’re told somebody had plowed right through their planter and knocked the concrete baseball right off the flower bed. A baseball that ended up nearly... → Read More

Del. lawmakers put equal rights in the spotlight

DOVER, Del. – Lawmakers past and present came together to discuss a move to change Delaware’s Constitution , one that makes it clear — men and women are equal. “The time is up. The time has come. We’re going to get it done today,” exclaims Gov. John Carney. Impassioned legislators, advocates, and others filling up the Delaware’s Public Archives Thursday... → Read More

Abbott's Grill in Milford set to close Jan. 12th

MILFORD, Del. – In Delaware, one staple in downtown Milford is closing its doors. Nine years ago, Abbott’s Grill was one of the first restaurants to open up shop in the downtown Milford district. It quickly became a spot locals loved, but the owner says for the past two years its been a struggle to stay afloat and now they’re... → Read More

Officials investigate fatal house fire in Bridgeville

BRIDGEVILLE, Del. – A community is rallying behind a Bridgeville family who lost everything in an overnight fire, including a family member. A home that once provided shelter to a family of five is nearly completely gone. But this story is about more than just a pile of ashes, it’s about a life taken too soon. A life that a friend... → Read More

Hundreds head to Bethlehem to mail Christmas cards

BETHLEHEM, Md. – Every time December rolls around, a quaint post office in the little town of Bethlehem gets flooded with families willing to go the extra mile to get something no other post office can give. “I come every year when were mailing out Christmas cards out to get the special stamp they have and then have the postmark say... → Read More

UMES artists paint Black Panther mural on downtown business

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. – It’s Wakanda forever in Princess Anne. On Monday, a huge mural of T’Challa, the Blank Panther was installed by the UMES art club Envision on the side of the Price Cutter store. We’re told the store owner volunteered to have the artwork put up there and is more than excited to have it. Meanwhile the students are... → Read More

Save time in line with MD early voting

MARYLAND – Get your pen and paper ready because believe it or not it’s that time of the year to cast your ballot. “This year we’re voting on federal, state and local candidates as well as those ballot questions and they really do affect all of us and so every vote is very important,” explains Anthony Gutierrez, Elections Director for... → Read More

Local fire company remembers dedicated volunteer

SNOW HILL, Md. – The community is remembering a man who dedicated decades of his life to their volunteer fire company. Jim Phillips, or simply Mr. Jim as many knew him by, was a volunteer firefighter for nearly 50 years after joining the Snow Hill Volunteer Fire Company back in 1970. His fellow firemen say he was well-rounded and respected... → Read More

Route 589 closure causes detours and congestion

WORCESTER CO., Md. – The signs are up, the detours are mapped out, Route 589 in Worcester County is closed for what Maryland’s State Highway Administration calls a slope repair. “We actually have to make sure that where a road goes over water or the sides of the bridge where the embankment is, we have to make sure that stays... → Read More

New plans for Salisbury's downtown city center

SALISBURY, Md. – Some big changes are coming to downtown Salisbury, we’re told Davis Simpson Real Estate is working on several projects to revitalize the downtown area including their newest purchase, the city center. Right now the city center houses Roadie Joes, some shops and many empty storefronts, but it won’t stay like this for long. Davis Simpson has new plans... → Read More

H2Oi back in OC despite plans to move

OCEAN CITY, Md. – The official H2Oi may be in Atlantic City this year, but that didn’t stop hundreds if not thousands of motorists from making their way into Ocean City to show off their rides. “It’s just tradition, it’s where everybody comes. It’s the home place where everything started so we got to keep coming back,” says one event... → Read More