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GEORGETOWN — All systems are go for the 11th annual CHEER Car-Truck-Bike Show, and in honor of CHEER’s 50th year, the event will offer much more than wheels. more
GEORGETOWN — Gotta have a Wawa? If so, you’re in luck, as a link in the convenience store’s chain is heading to the heart of Sussex County. more
GEORGETOWN — Kindergartners and first-graders from the Georgetown Boys and Girls Club were transported into a world filled with color and agriculture as they stepped into the Ag Lab trailer, … more
GEORGETOWN — A 12-year-old girl was critically injured in a hit-and-run crash Monday, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper said. The child was a passenger on an ATV … more
GEORGETOWN — Bob Super of Selbyville always remembers to bring his box cutter. Toby French of Seaford was on hand, as a helping hand and the chairman of Delaware Voluntary Organizations … more
GEORGETOWN ­— A 23-year-old Georgetown man was arrested on felony weapon and traffic charges following a Thursday night pursuit, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper … more
GEORGETOWN — On Friday, June 18 — the day before Juneteenth, observed annually to commemorate the end of slavery in America — state offices in Delaware were closed, per Gov. John Carney. more
GEORGETOWN — A communitywide cleanup Saturday will go well beyond trash talk. Besides the freshening-up throughout Georgetown, the eight-hour event will be littered with food, fun, entertainment and mobile COVID-19 vaccinations. more
GEORGETOWN — County-owned property currently earmarked for parking for Sussex County employees and patrons is changing hands as part of Delaware’s new Sussex County Family Courthouse … more
GEORGETOWN — The challenge with designing the massive new Sussex County Family Court is blending similarity to existing historic structures in downtown Georgetown with a 21st-century scheme. more
GEORGETOWN — The legacy of a passionate, lifelong railroad enthusiast whose parents were founding members of the Georgetown Historical Society will be earmarked soon as a showcase exhibit at the Nutter D. Marvel Carriage Museum. more
GEORGETOWN — The Georgetown Concert Series is back and on the move, with nine evening performances beginning next month at a new venue — Sandhill Fields. more
GEORGETOWN — In modern-day history, it’s the day that changed the world. Numerous events are planned in commemoration of the 20th anniversary of 9/11 — when hijacked airliners brought down the World Trade Center’s Twin Towers, punctured the Pentagon and crashed in remote south-central Pennsylvania. more
GEORGETOWN – From New Castle County to Sussex County, all points in between and even across the border into Maryland , the message was loud and clear: a slew people “Back the … more
GEORGETOWN — The town’s public water supply remains under the microscope amid ongoing efforts to determine migration and a possible source of volatile organic compounds. more
GEORGETOWN — Georgetown Public Library and the Division for the Visually Impaired have established a partnership in an effort to increase access to assistive technology training and support to … more
GEORGETOWN — This year, May 9-15 marks the observance of National Police Week. In conjunction, on Monday, appreciation and support for law enforcement will be on display in Georgetown. more
GEORGETOWN — The Brick Hotel on The Circle, an icon in the heart of Georgetown, will have a different purpose this fall. Effective Oct. 1, the property on The Circle that presently houses the inn portion of The Brick, as well as The Counting House Restaurant & Pub, will serve as the location for the Delaware Department of Justice’s Sussex County office. more
GEORGETOWN — The momentous proclamation commemorating abolition of slavery in America more than 150 years ago will be celebrated June 19 in the heart of Sussex County. more
GEORGETOWN — Change is coming to Georgetown’s northbound U.S. 113 corridor. Auto Pros, an automotive sales-service business operated by the Scherl family since June 2013, will be closing its doors this summer, paving the way for a nonautomotive business facilitated through Silicato Development. more
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