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GEORGETOWN - On Oct. 19, Michael Bell, right, president of Harvard Business Services, participated in the Delaware Principal for a Day Program with a visit to Sussex Academy. The Delaware Principal … more
GEORGETOWN — Rep. Ruth Briggs King, a Republican who has held the 37th District seat since winning a special election in 2009, confirmed Monday that she has initiated an exploratory committee amid rumors of a possible vacancy in the 19th Senatorial District. more
GEORGETOWN — Carlton Moore’s impact on lower Delaware — and his beloved Georgetown in particular — was publicly recognized last week. more
GEORGETOWN — After six-plus years with the Georgetown Police Department, Chief R.L. Hughes will be leaving in mid-November, placing an emphasis on completing his education. more
GEORGETOWN — CHEER Inc. is seeking craft and hobby vendors for its Fall Holiday Craft Show on Nov. 6. more
GEORGETOWN — Amid beams of sunshine, a towering crane hoisted a white steel beam into place Wednesday — bearing well wishes and messages of hope and excitement for the new Howard T. Ennis School. more
GEORGETOWN – Friday, Detective Joey Melvin will clock out on his last day with the Georgetown Police Department and as school resource officer for the Indian River School … more
P.J. Henry scored three first-half touchdowns as Sussex Central High rolled to a 31-7 win over Milford in football on Friday night. After getting shut out by Smyrna a week ago, the Golden Knights … more
GEORGETOWN — The Delaware Department of Transportation announced there will be daytime lane closures from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. on weekdays starting on Tuesday, Oct. 12, and ending on Friday, … more
GEORGETOWN — The mission of faith-based revival is coming to southern Delaware. Fire in the Field — a tent crusade featuring former Billy Graham evangelist Frank Shelton and keyboard musician Chris McDaniel, a recovering addict now dedicated to healing programs — will be staged on the grounds of Crossroad Community Church in Georgetown on Sunday through Thursday. more
GEORGETOWN — As the 2021 Wings & Wheels festival played out Saturday at the Delaware Coastal Airport, the Brandywine Valley Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals marked an achievement nearby with Wings of Rescue. more
GEORGETOWN – Beaming with anticipation, Indian River School District officials Oct. 13 will frame a milestone juncture in the construction of the new Howard T. Ennis School. District and … more
GEORGETOWN — Ben Carson does not like the path America has taken nor the direction it is heading. And he believes faith, liberty, community and life are the solutions. more
GEORGETOWN — Two Georgetown men were charged with assault after a man was allegedly attacked with rocks and glass bottles Wednesday, Georgetown Police spokesman Det. Joey Melvin … more
GEORGETOWN — The Delaware Office of the State Fire Marshal said it is investigating the Friday morning discovery of an object found on a construction site in the 22000 block of Dupont … more
GEORGETOWN — The Brandywine Valley Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals will be receiving 90 homeless dogs and cats from shelters in Louisiana on Saturday. more
GEORGETOWN — For a second year, a spirited effort to support the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition is brewing at Stockley Tavern. more
GEORGETOWN — After some debate, the majority ruled as the mayor and Town Council voted last month to remove GPS systems in town vehicles as a cost-saving measure. more
GEORGETOWN — Enough is enough. That was the common theme around The Circle on Tuesday, as residents with signs and calls for horn honks protested what they deem uncontrolled overdevelopment in Sussex County. more
GEORGETOWN — The second phase of the Park Avenue relocation project will be the focus of a Delaware Department of Transportation virtual public workshop Oct. 13. more
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