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HOCKESSIN— Dogs from around the country are about to become su-PAW-stars as they play for the ‘Lombarky’ trophy. Puppy Bowl XX will take place tomorrow at 2pm on Animal Planet. …
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A mystery behind at least 28 burials from centuries ago has developed, and the Delaware Division of Historical & Cultural Affairs seeks the public’s help in solving it.
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MIDDLETOWN — He thought it was a prank call at first when the notification came. Eventually Richard Di Blassio realized he and his Bob Miller and the Flashback Band mates were actually …
MIDDLETOWN — There is something extra special about sharing time with your loved ones during the holidays — and it’s doubly enjoyable when you also get to bring home some yummy …
Since its debut in 2002, I Love to Write Day has added many chapters, and its founder hopes that’s not the end of the story.
Milford hiker completes Appalachian Trail in 117 days By Gwen Guerke Special to the Delaware State News What, you might wonder, would make a grown man leave home to hike 2,198.4 miles on the …
On Thursday, fair exhibitors finalized their entries and judges got to work handing out ribbons while food vendors and midway ride operators got busy for the 2023 Delaware State Fair.  Part …
POCOMOKE CITY — The Pocomoke Indian Nation is planning special events in June to demonstrate traditions of Native Americans who lived here before the colonists. On Saturday, June 3 …
DOVER — Over its 90 years, Spence’s Bazaar, Auction and Flea Market has been witness to a plethora of history at its 550 S. New St. location. It has survived the Great Depression, …
Scott Cook, a native of Smyrna, is doing his part to honor a family background of service, as a U.S. Navy seaman aboard the USS Carl Vinson.
Kaden Nye of Smyrna says he has watched the game show “Wheel of Fortune” since he was just 2 months old. One year, he even dressed up as host Pat Sajak for Halloween. So, when the eighth grader got a chance to actually compete on the program, he jumped at it. And, taking full advantage of that opportunity, he walked away with $19,334 in cash and prizes, including a trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, on an episode that aired Wednesday during “Teen Week.”
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