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SEAFORD — Two July 20 shootings remained under investigation Monday, Seaford police said. more
SEAFORD — The Seaford Community Concert Association will be returning this fall with a full lineup of nationally and internationally touring artists. It will be more than 600 days between the … more
SEAFORD — Two arrests were made and a third person is sought following recent thefts from motor vehicles in western Sussex County, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper … more
SEAFORD — History, heritage, nature and economic development united Thursday along the banks of the Nanticoke River, as a partnership began that relives the city’s past through revitalization. Sussex County, state of Delaware and federal officials joined city representatives, the Chesapeake Conservancy and other project partners for the dedication of phase one of Oyster House Park, at the site of the once-bustling J.B. Robinson Oyster House, along what is now the Seaford Riverwalk. more
SEAFORD — Two Seaford males were arrested on burglary charges following a break-in at a business early Monday, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper said. According to … more
SEAFORD — Grab your paddles, inflate your inflatables, build your rafts and bring your hearty appetite for food, fun and entertainment to downtown Seaford on July 10. The Nanticoke Riverfest is officially out of quarantine. more
SEAFORD — Sussex County’s highly acclaimed Emergency Medical Services paramedic program has a new home in the bustling heart of western Sussex County. more
SEAFORD — COVID-19 has impacted people in various ways. For Steve Hammell, it has basically been a roller coaster ride. more
SEAFORD — A pack of 14 runners consisting of city officials and Seaford police officers hit the road Monday morning for its leg of the 35th annual statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics. more
SEAFORD — No injuries were reported in a shooting Tuesday night in the Clearbrooke Estates development. more
SEAFORD — On hold one year due to COVID-19, a Delaware historical marker now stands at Soroptimist Park, recognizing the power of women and Soroptimist International of Seaford’s … more
SEAFORD — Seaford Middle School seventh-grader Floyd Moore IV admitted he was just “a little nervous.” Gavin Rementer just wants this entire coronavirus pandemic to … more
SEAFORD — The importance of composting went public Saturday at the Bioenergy Innovation Center — home to long-running compost production and the future site for an anaerobic digester that will capture methane gas as marketable renewable energy. more
GEORGETOWN — Although a March 17 public hearing by Sussex County’s Industrial Revenue Bond Committee — scheduled to address a bond-issuance request by Bioenergy Development Group DE LLC — was posted March 10, no one offered their comments. more
SEAFORD — No injuries were reported as a residence and vehicle were struck by gunfire Wednesday, Seaford police spokesman Master Cpl. Eric Chambers said. more
SEAFORD — No injuries occurred after a bullet was discharged into a home in the 27000 block of Daisy Lane on Thursday night, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper said. more
SEAFORD — Expanded conversion of poultry waste to create renewable energy through anaerobic digestion at an established facility has the green light from Sussex County. more
SEAFORD — Votes are in and Seaford council incumbents James King and Orlando Holland were successful in re-election bids Saturday in the city’s 2021 municipal election. Mr. King, … more
SEAFORD — Brisk, gusty winds toppled the speaker stands Friday during the groundbreaking for the new Western Sussex Business Campus. But that seemed to be the only sour note in an otherwise … more
SEAFORD — Construction of the new Wawa in Seaford will enlist a workforce with military ties. more
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