Government
GEORGETOWN — Feeding the needs of those facing hunger is an ongoing task in Delaware. It enlists the Food Bank of Delaware, the First State Community Action Agency and similar …
MILFORD — The Food Bank of Delaware’s president and CEO believes the state “is going backwards in terms of the number of Delawareans who are food-insecure.” Cathy …
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Environment
OUTDOORS
SMYRNA — The recently constructed visitor center now has a quite impactful name to go with it.
Education
Delaware Interfaith Power & Light has named the winners of its third annual RENEW 2024 Essay Contest.
Cops and Courts
One person was reportedly injured in a plane crash in the 1200 block of Caldwell Corner Road in Townend Friday, Delaware State Police said.
SMYRNA — A 40-year-old Smyrna woman was charged with three misdemeanor counts of offensive touching after investigation into interactions with students while teaching at Smyrna High, Smyrna Police said.
Kent County
CRIME
Some were deadly, others injurious or left nobody wounded. A spate of recent shootings and a stabbing in Kent and Sussex counties brought arrests in some cases, but not all.
POLICE
WILMINGTON — A 36-year-old Smyrna man was wounded in an officer-involved shooting Friday night and later charged with offenses, Delaware State Police said.
US wind, act
DOVER — While imposing no penalties other than to generally begin acting like a public body, the Attorney General of Delaware decided the Association of Coastal Towns violated Freedom of …
Sussex County
Education
GEORGETOWN — The Vocational Technical School Districts, New Castle County Vo-Tech, Polytech, and Sussex Tech, are excited on behalf of students for the new Smart Transfer Enrollment Program …
Education
Delmarva Chicken Association has granted scholarships totaling $25,000 to 12 students pursuing college and graduate studies connected to careers in Delmarva’s chicken industry through the …
Education
WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, along with Representative Lisa Blunt Rochester (all D-Del.) hosted Delawareans accepted into U.S. service academies June 12 …
New Castle County
MIDDLETOWN — A production filmed mostly in Delaware made its debut at the Everett Theatre Friday, and served as a reunion of sorts.
ODESSA — In honor of Juneteenth, the Historic Odessa Foundation will host a free public tour of the nonprofit historic center’s National Park Service Network to Freedom exhibit and tour: “Freedom Seekers: The Odessa Story.”
DOVER — The Delaware Division of the Arts is calling for emerging, established and master artists for its fiscal 2025 Individual Artist Fellowship program, awarding $5,000, $8,000 and $12,000 …
Wicomico County
Jeffrey Mueller of Salisbury, Maryland, a Mechanical Engineering major and member of the...
Points of discussion surrounding Anne Street Village that came out of the June 3, 2024 City ...
SALISBURY — A Maryland State Trooper has been suspended without pay after a recent indictment by a grand jury in Wicomico County. Senior Trooper Jordan Monk is facing charges of …
Dorchester County
CAMBRIDGE - The Maryland office of the Council on American-Islamic Relations said it has filed an online complaint with the U.S. Board of Education's Office of Civil Rights on behalf of a 12-year-old Cambridge girl.
Dorchester County
CAMBRIDGE – Maryland State Police are investigating a five-vehicle crash that occurred early this morning in Dorchester County. Shortly after 7 a.m., troopers from the Maryland State …
REHOBOTH BEACH — A fin whale, or a finback whale, that beached on Sunday morning south of the Indian River Life-Saving Station in Delaware Seashore State Park did not survive, Nikki LaVoie, …
Somerset County
CRISFIELD — Flooding has been a problem in Crisfield and the surrounding area for decades, and it keeps getting worse, affecting businesses, residences, tourism, and transportation. While …
ANNAPOLIS — There were 202 wild turkeys harvested in Somerset County during the spring season which made it the best year for hunters out of the last seasons. The 1.5% increase over 2023 …
PRINCESS ANNE — Municipal voters on Tuesday rejected giving their first-term incumbent representatives another four-year term as challengers will be taking their seats as Town Commissioners on …
News
LEWES — Stacy Smith, supervisor of child nutrition services for the Cape Henlopen School District, has authored her own, more succinct job description than what might appear in the employee …
SMYRNA — The event is dubbed Smyrna at Night, but there was plenty of good music during the day, too.
DOVER — Many Delawareans do not have access to healthy food because they live in a food desert. On Tuesday, the Delaware State Senate voted unanimously to approve a bill that aims to …
Though she wasn’t sure when, Alisha McCanney had been planning to open a second location for her counseling facility in Middletown. Now, thanks to recently awarded state assistance, her hoped-for arrival date in the Bunker Hill Professional Centre is mid-September.
WILMINGTON — The Fund for Women at the Delaware Community Foundation has awarded a record $243,070 in grants to 18 nonprofit organizations across the state. The grants were given at a …
Certainly, the world needs a little more kindness every now and then. And, earlier this month, there was plenty of it being shared in the Spring Meadow 55-plus community in Smyrna.
A 45-year-old Smyrna woman died in a single-vehicle crash on Saturday, Delaware State Police said.
Graduating Middletown High seniors were honored Saturday during their commencement in the Odessa High School gym.
The Appoquinimink High School Class of 2024 graduated during ceremonies in the Odessa High gym Saturday.
Odessa High School graduated its first senior class during a ceremony in the school’s gym Saturday.
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