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MILLSBORO — The Delaware Office of the State Fire Marshal is investigating two fires determined to be arson that damaged separate unoccupied dwellings Wednesday and Thursday, authorities said. more
MILLSBORO — A 21-year-old Ellendale man was charged with assault in connection with meeting with an acquaintance in a parking lot Monday night, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. … more
MILLSBORO — The contentious issue of legally allowing privately owned golf carts to travel the public streets of Plantation Lakes has hit a roadblock. more
MILLSBORO — A downtown staple for more than three decades, the Greater Millsboro Art League now has a new lease on life. Show-of-hands support and commitment from those in the audience were enough for Millsboro Town Councilman and Vice Mayor Tim Hodges to motion for a one-year lease agreement with three months’ rent forgiveness for the art league’s Main Street studio — property owned by the town. more
MILLSBORO — The Friends of the Millsboro Public Library are starting to organize for their July book sale. The Friends spend several months sorting donations so that during the sale books are … more
MILLSBORO — A 45-year-old Millsoboro man was arrested on felony charges following an altercation on Thursday night. At 11 p.m., Christopher Fedder and a 52-year-old male acquaintance were at … more
MILLSBORO — A combined $205 million settlement between Mountaire and a group of Millsboro residents was finalized on Monday regarding a lawsuit which alleged groundwater contamination and air … more
MILLSBORO — A long-running golf cart debate is teed up on the back nine, heading for the clubhouse. Millsboro Town Council’s meeting May 3 is set to be decision time for the contentious issue of allowing golf carts on public streets, as has been requested by some homeowners in the Plantation Lakes residential development. more
MILLSBORO – Excitement continues to “build” in the town of Millsboro. According to the state Office of State Planning Coordination, Millsboro led the way in 2019 in the number of … more
MILLSBORO — Beth McGinn and Tina Washington agree that this will be no small task. It might, in fact, go down as one the largest community events undertaken by Auxiliary Unit 28, part of American Legion Post 28 in Millsboro. more
MILLSBORO — A 71-year-old Millsboro man was arrested on an assault charge following an altercation with a neighbor Monday, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper said. more
MILLSBORO — Delmarva residents should get ready to put on their rally caps. Stalled due to COVID-19 in 2020, Millsboro’s Pumpkin Run Road Rally returns this year, with more cars and an anniversary celebration during the three-day event, May 21-23. more
MILLSBORO — Town officials are examining their partnership with the Greater Millsboro Art League, a downtown fixture for more than three decades that has encountered financial challenges during the coronavirus pandemic. more
MILLSBORO — Like crops in the soil, interest in the Millsboro Farmers Market is growing. Following a highly successful rookie season last year amid COVID-19 restrictions, Millsboro Mayor Michelle Truitt unveiled plans for the 2021 market, again sponsored by the town and council. more
LONG NECK — A conditional-use request from a Michigan-based LLC that would allow expansion of a seasonal campground for recreational vehicles in an Agricultural/Residential district has landed Sussex County Council’s unanimous approval. more
OAK ORCHARD — Two Millsboro residents were arrested on felony theft and related charges after a theft incident at a residence, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper said. more
MILLSBORO — Deb Haaland, a member of New Mexico’s Laguna Pueblo tribe, was confirmed as interior secretary on Monday, making her the nation’s first Native American cabinet … more
MILLSBORO — George & Lynch Inc., a contractor for the Delaware Department of Transportation, will begin making improvements to the intersection at Del. 24/Millsboro Highway at U.S. 113 on … more
MILLSBORO — No injuries were reported during a fire that damaged a single-family dwelling early Tuesday, State Fire Marshal spokesman Chief Deputy John Galaska said. more
MILLSBORO — The town of Millsboro and Delaware’s Department of Transportation are hoping to turn the page on traffic-flow improvements that target congestion and turning issues. more
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