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CAMBRIDGE – Andrew Bradshaw stepped down as mayor of Cambridge on Monday. “Today, I announce my resignation as Mayor of the City of Cambridge. I make this decision after a period of …
CAMBRIDGE – Mayor Andrew Bradshaw’s term at the city’s top job might be coming to an end. During Monday’s meeting of the City Council, proceedings were begun to remove him …
CAMBRIDGE – Mayor Andrew Bradshaw is no longer at the helm of the city. An announcement made at 6 p.m. Thursday said he is on leave and Council President Lajan Cephas has taken over. The …
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LONG NECK – In its fire district assessment Sunday afternoon, Indian River Volunteer Fire Company encountered tidal flooding conditions in the Long Neck and Oak Orchard, as the region continues …
FRANKFORD - The Frankford Volunteer Fire Company will  hold its first Friday Night Oyster event for the season this Friday night Oct. 7. The event runs from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. at Station …
MILLSBORO – Mountaire Farms has launched a new scholarship program aimed at high school seniors on Delmarva who are interested in helping feed the world. The Farm to Table Scholarship …
Sussex County
A transition to clean, zero-emission vehicles would have a dramatic impact on the air quality and health of Delaware residents, according to a report by the American Lung Association released Wednesday.
The state has lowered hurdles to entice participation in solar.
WILMINGTON — The American Cancer Society is proud to announce that Michael Marquardt, CEO of Global Kompass Strategies Inc., has been named the chairman of the American Cancer Society’s …
New Castle County
SUN Behavioral Delaware will host its next virtual Professional Education Series seminar April 14 from 10-11 a.m.
LAUREL — Faedra Parker, 36, of Laurel, was arrested on burglary and related charges following an incident on Sunday, authorities said. According to Delaware State Police spokesman Senior …
DOVER — Delaware State Police have identified Bruce E. Wright, 33, of Dover, as the person who died as a result of a shooting incident March 24 in the Capitol Park community. Authorities …
Wicomico County
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DOVER — Hurricane Ian, which delivered absolute devastation to Florida before hitting the Carolina’s with heavy blows on Friday, received a new name as it churned up the Mid-Atlantic …
ANNAPOLIS — Governor Larry Hogan on Friday morning announced statewide preparedness efforts as the remnants of Hurricane Ian move up the mid-Atlantic, leading to coastal flood and gale warnings …
CRISFIELD — The first annual Paddlefest at Janes Island State Park that was scheduled for Oct. 1-2 has been cancelled due to the weather forecast. Registrants were advised that “Due to …
Dorchester County
COLLEGE PARK - Councilmember Lenny Pfeffer of the Dorchester County Council has graduated from the Academy for Excellence in Local Governance at the University of Maryland. The ceremony took place …
CAMBRIDGE - On Sept. 21 at 7:19 p.m., Cambridge Police responded to the 800 block of Mace’s Lane in reference to a male subject operating a white pick-up truck waving a gun at another …
CAMBRIDGE - Maryland State Police are investigating a fatal shooting that occurred last Tuesday afternoon in Cambridge. At about 3:05 p.m. Tuesday, officers from the Cambridge Police Department …
Somerset County
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources Fishing and Boating Services announces the closure in Somerset County of the Evans Oyster Bar to oyster harvesting effective Oct. 1, …
Nanticoke Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, announces its annual American History Essay Contest for students in grades 5-8. Public, private, and homeschool students, male or female, are …
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will begin fall trout stock in early October. The department will be stocking thousands of hatchery-raised brown, golden, and rainbow trout in …
News
CAMBRIDGE – For the first time in generations, the lights are out at the former Dorchester General Hospital (DGH). At 3 a.m. Thursday, local medical care moved to the new University of Maryland …