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MILLSBORO — The structure that served as a one-room schoolhouse to educate Nanticoke Indians for four decades up to the early 1960s is now officially marked for historic recognition. more
MILLSBORO — It probably won’t rival the feud between the Hatfields and the McCoys, but a tug of war tied to growth and annexation may be brewing in central Sussex County. Millsboro, … more
MILLSBORO — Priding itself as No. 1 in residential growth in Delaware’s fastest-growing county, Millsboro has reached a crossroad for infrastructure updates and other capital improvements. more
MILLSBORO — State and federal officials Wednesday responded to oversee cleanup of an overnight spill of about 30,000 gallons of diesel fuel at NRG Inc.'s Indian River Power Plant. more
MILLSBORO — A nationally recognized piece of Sussex County history rests between Gumboro, Laurel and Millsboro. Carey’s Camp, born as a Methodist meeting place, remains an annual summertime destination for locals and some travelers for 12 days and nights of worship, fellowship and “great gospel music.” more
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 — 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
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 — 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 – 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 — 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
Perdue Farms is gearing up for large-scale vaccination of its approximate 2,700 employees at its facilities in Delaware, once the COVID-19 vaccine is available. Shots will be administered at the … more
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