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MILLSBORO — Back home in Delaware after an adventure in California, Garrett Rogers is at it again, training for his next competition. With national and world powerlifting records in hand, the 15-year-old Millsboro resident — who suffered a brain injury in 2010 — is not about to stop now. There are other mountains to climb. more
MILLSBORO — Two unidentified men are sought after a stabbing Tuesday, authorities said. more
MILLSBORO — Last September, she took the microphone and led attendees in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at the 9/11 remembrance ceremony at American Legion Post 28. Proudly, she can sing … more
MILLSBORO — On Nov. 26, 2010, Marie Ironside lost her husband of 57 years, Joseph Ironside, in an automobile accident. For the past decade, she has been a loyal member of American Legion Auxiliary Unit 28, based at the Oak Orchard/Riverdale post, near Millsboro. more
MILLSBORO — Sand and grub and volunteers. Those are the pressing necessities for American Legion Auxiliary Unit 28, as it plans its huge 9/11 remembrance for Sept. 11 at the post grounds, off John J. Williams Highway, east of Millsboro. more
MILLSBORO — State statute and publicity of Town of Millsboro municipal elections are under the microscope following an exceptionally low voter turnout for the 2021 election. Thirty-nine … more
MILLSBORO — It appears that the Greater Millsboro Art League is undergoing a renaissance of sorts. A downtown Millsboro staple for more than three decades, the art league — seemingly … more
MILLSBORO – The mayor’s office in the town of Millsboro remains in Michelle Truitt’s hands. Mayor Truitt, who in July 2019 became only the second woman to serve as … more
MILLSBORO — A 51-year-old Millsboro man was arrested on felony criminal charges following a Sunday altercation, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper said. more
MILLSBORO — Town of Millsboro property owners will see a slight increase in their tax bill for the coming fiscal year. Included in the town’s FY2022 balanced budget adopted June 7 by … more
MILLSBORO — Suburban Philadelphia resident Lauren Doyle served 15 years in the United States Air Force. She has a message for female high school graduates. “I have a theory that I have … more
MILLSBORO — An unknown suspect was being sought after a residence was struck by gunfire Wednesday, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper said. more
MILLSBORO — Via zoning change, the town is raising the roof in anticipation of health care facilities locating within its corporate limits. At its Monday meeting, Millsboro’s mayor and Town Council unanimously approved an ordinance specific to the highway commercial zoning district that will raise the height limit from a maximum of 35 feet (three stories) to a maximum of 60 feet (five stories) for a hospital, medical care facility, medical clinic, health care facility or surgical center. more
MILLSBORO — This year’s municipal election includes one contested race for Town Council on Saturday, though two of seven council terms are expiring. more
LONG NECK — Perhaps other than his strong faith, Herb Faulls has no real secret to his century-plus longevity. “I don’t know. I never drank. I don’t even drink beer,” said Mr. Faulls. “I started to smoke when I went in the Navy. But not for very long.” more
MILLSBORO — There is southern hospitality. Then, there is Millsboro hospitality. A warm Sussex County welcome and tasty home-cooked grub greeted driver-navigator tandems from across the country last weekend, as Millsboro hosted the 20th edition of the North East Rally Club’s Pumpkin Run Road Rally. more
CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Two Delawareans have been selected as finalists for the 2021 Sophie Kerr Prize in literature, the largest undergraduate literary prize in the nation. more
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
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