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SMYRNA — It has taken almost 20 years to get to this point. But the Duck Creek Business Campus in Smyrna has its first building — nearly 70,000 square feet — almost completed, and KRM Development Corp. is actively seeking tenants. more
SMYRNA — The Delaware Emergency Management Agency and Delaware State Police will conduct a quarterly test of the Salem/Hope Creek Nuclear Generating Stations Alert and Notification system on … more
SMYRNA — Upon hearing that Fresh Start Resource Center was the recipient of a $20,000 donation from The Holly’s Club of Smyrna Managing Director Donna Carroll was feeling overwhelmed, but … more
DOVER — Following a continued interest in recognizing Juneteenth, a holiday honored on June 19, municipalities around Delaware will be closing their offices on Friday. Offices for the state, … more
DOVER — Governments in Kent County are beginning to offer in-person meetings more than a year after the novel strain of the coronavirus first presented in Delaware. The city of Dover will … more
SMYRNA — Seeing the “help wanted” sign outside the Citizens’ Hose Co. No. 1 fire station always drew Denise King’s attention and eventually prompted her to answer the call. She couldn’t do it alone, however. Ms. King knew her teenage son, Gabriel, would be just as ready to volunteer time to serve his community as a firefighter. more
With temperatures reaching the low 90s Monday, people across the state were seeking relief from the heat. Swimmers, above, leap off a pier to cool off at the beach at Lake Como in Smyrna during a hot … more
DOVER — The odds were stacked against them from the very start of the season. That didn’t stop the Smyrna High girls’ soccer program from making history — over and over … more
DOVER — Smyrna police have arrested a Dover man for allegedly raping a vulnerable adult. Authorities said officers from the Smyrna Police Department were alerted Sunday a woman was at Kent … more
GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown Concert Series is back and on the move, with nine evening performances beginning next month at a new venue — Sandhill Fields. more
SMRYNA — A Smyrna woman died in a single-vehicle accident Saturday afternoon south of Smyrna. Delaware State Police spokesman Master Cpl. Gary Fournier said the incident occurred around 2:38 … more
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Justin Nash — a writer and poet from Delaware — has been named the recipient of the 2021 Sophie Kerr Prize, the largest undergraduate literary prize in the … more
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Two Delawareans have been selected as finalists for the 2021 Sophie Kerr Prize in literature, the largest undergraduate literary prize in the nation. more
SMYRNA — Despite a year derailed by COVID-19, the Holly’s Club is continuing its tradition of supporting people and families in need with its 37th Spring Fling, an online silent auction. more
SMYRNA — A drive-thru resource fair and mobile pantry will be held at the Smyrna Clayton Family Center Moose Lodge on Saturday, starting at 11 a.m. more
SMYRNA — With an open state tournament this year, the baseball regular season was never going to be a sprint. It was a marathon. And Smyrna High’s baseball team, for one, has … more
SMYRNA - Two Smyrna residents were displaced after an accidental residential fire Friday night, authorities said. According to Delaware Office of the State Fire Marshal spokesman Michael G. … more
SMYRNA — A 69-year-old inmate at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center died from an apparent stab wound after being attacked by his cellmate, Delaware State Police spokesman Cpl. Jason Hatchell said. more
SMYRNA — The death of an inmate at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center on Monday morning is under investigation, Delaware State Police spokesman Cpl. Jason Hatchell said. more
SMYRNA — The numbers simply added up, and it all just made perfect sense when Dover’s Bob Robinson and Smyrna’s Gail Bard were contemplating opening up an artisans’ shop … more
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