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The end of each Delaware State Fair barn has bunkers in which exhibitors can dump animal waste, and some include shavings to use in pens.

Delaware State Fair cleaning crews sweep guests off their feet

The Delaware State Fair, continuing through Saturday, is filled with people, animals, food and more. That combination could make …
Sussex County Council chambers in Georgetown remained packed for more than six hours during a Planning & Zoning Commission meeting Wednesday, as the applicants, residents and interested parties gave testimony on the proposed Northstar development.

Sussex Planning & Zoning delays Northstar decision

While an approval for the Northstar subdivision, near Lewes, isn’t yet in the cards, conversation about the proposed development is …
The City of Dover's council chambers were packed for Wednesday's meeting.

Friends of Old Dover South Bradford demolition appeal dismissed by Board of Adjustment

DOVER—Wednesday morning, the Dover City Hall chambers were nearly at capacity. Key figures from all over the city sat in wait for an …
The new warehouse, though a separate building from the one shown, will functionally serve as an extension of the business' current storage.

Dover Planning Commission approves College Business Park warehouse plan

DOVER—The Dover Planning Commission approved a site development plan for a new warehouse in the College Business Park during its …
From cop to chop: Retired state trooper shows off woodcarving skills at fair

HARRINGTON — It wouldn’t be pretty to see surgeons or dentists try to accomplish their jobs with chainsaws. However, when it comes to carving works of art out of hunks of wood, …

Delaware Choral Society hosts Ice Cream Social Fundraiser

The Delaware Choral Society  hosted an Ice Cream Social fundraiser on Wednesday, June 19 from 5-8 p.m. at Tre Sorelle Dolce in Wyoming. Members of the choir provided the entertainment for the …

DNREC upgrades Delaware State Fair showing

Toward the rear of the Delaware State Fair, at the corner of Holloway Avenue and East Rider Road, lies a building with a rustic wooden entrance. For 10 days each July, it houses exhibits from the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.

The Arsht-Cannon Fund grants $619,000 to Delaware’s Latino-serving nonprofits

WILMINGTON — The Arsht-Cannon Fund at the Delaware Community Foundation announces over $619,000 in program grants to 24 Latino-serving nonprofit organizations in Delaware. The mission of …

Stepping it up: Delaware 4-H urges healthy lifestyle at fair with walking contest

Delaware 4-H is staying on the move at the Delaware State Fair, hosting its third annual Get Walking challenge.

EASTON — Talbot County business, agency and nonprofit leaders interested in learning more about the power of the data available through the Delmarva Index are encouraged to attend a free …

CAMBRIDGE—Eyes are windows to the souls, and good eyesight is best protected. Dr. Eleanor Siri-Andoson, O.D. is heading toward the third anniversary of her own Cambridge optometry practice, …
FREDERICA — ILC Dover, a company that develops spacesuits and inflatable modules for the space industry, is set to be bought by the multinational business Ingersoll Rand. Officials from …
CAMBRIDGE – On March 22, U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) visited J.M. Clayton Seafood Company to meet with local crab house representatives and discuss efforts to support …
The basics of producing corn, soybean, and wheat crops aren’t rocket science to local growers. It’s a way of life, day in and day out, sunup to sundown, year after year.
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