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At Olympic trials, deaf runner Eric Gregory will rely on signals, coach's prompts to shine in 400

Deaf runner Eric Gregory will rely on his coach's signals and prompts in the 400 meters at the U.S. track and field trials. Gregory lost a majority of his hearing as a kid. So he waits for his coach, …

Vols' run at 'unbreakable' HR mark impresses Bertman, whose teams were faces of 1990s 'gorilla ball'

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Until he saw messages flying back and forth on the 1990s-era LSU players' group text thread late this season, Skip Bertman didn't realize the Tennessee team of 2024 was making a …
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The Houston Astros plan to call up right-hander Jake Bloss from Double-A Corpus Christi to make his major league debut against the Baltimore Orioles on Friday and fill a hole in their injury-depleted …

EUGENE, Ore. (AP) — The endorsement deals have been signed, the commercials have been shot. In some cases, an airline ticket — maybe for friend or a family member — has already been …
A heat wave is moving closer to the breaking point from the Midwest to New England as millions of people sweat it out for another day. The National Weather Service says the heat will peak Thursday in …
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Crew members on the cargo ship Dali can head home under an agreement that allows lawyers to question them amid ongoing investigations into the deadly collapse of the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Judge …
SALISBURY — A long-time Salisbury hotel has not only rebranded but transformed itself to better serve leisure and business travelers visiting the Eastern Shore of Maryland. A recent …
I am a citizen of Dover, and on June 10, I observed a Dover City Council meeting. During the meeting, there was a discussion on the topic of censuring a councilman named William Hare for an ethics violation involving him allegedly stalking a city employee.
Coco Gauff will lead the U.S. tennis team at the Paris Olympics three years after missing the Tokyo Games because she tested positive for COVID-19. The 20-year-old Gauff, ranked No. 2, will be …
CRISFIELD — When the absentee and provisional ballots were counted the morning after Crisfield’s City Council election the results were unchanged — but the order of finish among the …
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Brian Moores, chief operations officer of Camp Adventureland in Middletown, and its owner Meg Etherington invite the public to visit the entertainment facility/bar for its fifth anniversary and Summer Solstice Celebration on Friday from 6-10 p.m.

Camp Adventureland looking for spot on the map

MIDDLETOWN — Just finding Camp Adventureland can be, well, an adventure for potential ax and knife throwers, escape room enthusiasts …
From left, Sterling Townsend, Jess Ferree, Tom Carney, Wendy Doll and Nathalie Klabe celebrate the T.Carney Sussex Law ribbon cutting.

Bethany law office celebrates ribbon cutting

On June 5, the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting with T.Carney Sussex Law at its location at 34026 …
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Kent County excellence to be awarded Thursday

The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce is set to host its highly anticipated annual Awards for Excellence Celebration on Thursday …
Delaware Electric Cooperative apprentice lineman Cole Baker took second place in the Apprentice Climbing Skills event at the 20th annual Gaff-n-Go Rodeo in Doswell, Virginia.

Delaware Electric Cooperative shines at Gaff-n-Go Lineworker’s Rodeo

GREENWOOD — Delaware Electric Cooperative’s lineworkers won two awards at the 20th annual Gaff-n-Go Lineworker’s Rodeo in …
Food Bank of Delaware president and CEO Cathy Kanefsky addresses the large crowd that attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony Monday in Milford.

Food Bank of Delaware leader: Hunger ‘going backwards’

MILFORD — The Food Bank of Delaware’s president and CEO believes the state “is going backwards in terms of the number of …
Neighborly Home Care in Georgetown celebrated a ribbon cutting on June 12. From left Michael Scutari, Don Kellicutt, Morgan Riggleman, Trista West, Tony Neal, Rod Rhen, Little Star Fuentas, Bill West, Erin Wood, Christina Diaz Malone, Jvonne Oliver and Kurt Herring.

Neighborly Home Care ribbon cut in Georgetown

GEORGETOWN -- on June 12, Neighborly Home Care held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Georgetown location. This is the third …
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Orioles hold off Yankees 7-6 in 10 innings after Gerrit Cole makes his season debut for New York

Cedric Mullins hit a tiebreaking single in the 10th inning and scored on a throwing error to help the Baltimore Orioles hold off the New York Yankees 7-6 in a wild finish. New York ace Gerrit Cole …

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Collins headlines night of comedy at Schwartz Center

DOVER — Perhaps you know Wali Collins from his roles in films like “Coyote Ugly” or Chris Rock’s “Top Five.” You also might recognize him from more than 30 national commercials or as host …

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The recent news that state House of Representatives Republicans had blocked the effort to provide no-excuse absentee voting has shocked me. Though I’m aware that national Republicans work every day on voter suppression tactics, I hadn’t expected Delaware Republicans to follow this alarming trend.
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The Israeli army’s chief spokesman is apparently questioning the stated goal of destroying the Hamas militant group in Gaza in a rare public rift between the country’s political and military …
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Aaron Judge is out of the New York Yankees’ starting lineup against the Baltimore Orioles, one night after he was hit on the left hand by a pitch. Yankees manager Aaron Boone said Judge was feeling …
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