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SMYRNA — True to President Franklin Roosevelt’s famous words, “A date that will live in infamy,” Dec. 7, 1941, remains a profound reminder of the surprise attack on Pearl … more
DOVER — Freepoint Solar is back on the Kent County Regional Planning Commission’s agenda for review of its proposed Cedar Creek Solar, outside of Smyrna. more
SMYRNA — A 51-year-old Clayton woman died from injuries sustained in a Monday morning vehicle crash in the area of U.S. 13 and South Carter Road, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. … more
SMYRNA — In 2019, Dr. TaQuina “Dr. Tee” Warren opened Focus Pharmacy in Smyrna with the desire to help those affected by diabetes — but eight months into her new business … more
SMYRNA — She’s a future United States Marine Corps pilot upon graduation next spring. In the upcoming spring semester, United States Naval Academy senior Lindsey Asbury will serve as a … more
SMYRNA — Sarah Lemire-Weems’ can-do attitude can be seen and tasted at her new bakery and eatery, Lemire Pastries. The downtown shop is at the site of the former 1 North Main Eats & Sweets restaurant. more
SMYRNA — A 14-year-old Smyrna Middle School student turned over a loaded firearm while “suffering a mental health crisis” Wednesday, authorities said. more
So far, this fall has seen its share of pumpkin-spiced treats, fun hayrides behind tractors on Delaware farms and Friday nights spent crowning homecoming kings and queens at high school football … more
SMYRNA — Four schools were placed in a “modified” lockdown status for just over a half hour early Tuesday afternoon as nearby Smyrna police searched for a man suffering a mental … more
SMYRNA — Peace Lutheran Church will host a pork-and-sauerkraut dinner Oct. 23. 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 … more
DOVER — After hearing more than two hours of testimony about the potential environmental effects of a solar complex and the precedent its construction could set for the area, Kent County Levy Court denied plans for the proposed 230,000-panel Cedar Creek Solar facility. more
SMYRNA — He’s a violinist and poet, World War II veteran and great-grandfather. Randolph T. "Fred" Faulkner is a former printing business owner, too. And now he’ll become a … more
SMYRNA — Three inmates were charged and a fourth person sought in connection with an attempt to smuggle contraband into James T. Vaughn Correctional Center, authorities said. more
SMYRNA — The Smyrna Police Department will host its National Night Out event Tuesday from 6-8 p.m. more
SMYRNA — When it came to beginning a relationship or opening a new restaurant, Lamont and Karyn Spruel could never seem to find the appropriate time — or thyme, as they would … more
SMYRNA — A 30-year-old woman suffered an apparent gunshot wound to her upper body Sunday on Howard Street, Smyrna police said. more
Smyrna at Night, which was canceled last year due to pandemic restrictions, came back this year  for a two-day event. Singers were  stationed at various spots around the town on Friday … more
DOVER — The trial date for a couple indicted following the discovery of their child’s remains nearly two years ago is set for Sept. 6, 2022. Brandon and Kristie L. Haas are each … more
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
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