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Hocker's stores support Alzheimer's Association
Shown at the presentation of the checks totaling $4,344 are top sales cashier Fran Swift, who sold 1,465 forget-me-nots; Jamie Magee, Sussex County program coordinator for the Alzheimer's Association; and store Manager Ron Holloway.
Barbara Anne Young, enjoyed traveling
Barbara Anne Young, 86, passed away peacefully Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014, at Atlantic Shores in Millsboro.
OVHS to hold annual barbecue fundraiser on Sept. 6
To end the summer with a bang, the Ocean View Historical Society is inviting the public to attend a barbecue to support the society and its mission.
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Bibs optional for these lobster specials
I'm all about things that swim in the sea. Especially since Shark Week begins Sunday on the Discovery Channel.
Dichroic Jewelry workshop set Aug. 5, 7 at Gallery One
Gallery One in Ocean View announces a two-day workshop, Dichroic Jewelry, with Fay Kempton from 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, Aug. 5 and 7. Students will learn about the "bling" in glass jewelry as they learn the basics of design and create their own.
Ellen Rice Gallery to premiere new painting, prints July 30
Ellen Rice puts the last brush stroke on her sixth Strength of Woman Series oil painting, "Reflection."
Osher Lifelong Learning gears up for fall with new classes, location
With a record number of classes - 80 - and a new location in Ocean View, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Delaware in Lewes readies for the fall semester.
Gallery One to feature - Stops Along the Way'
Coastal Point a Submitted: Gallery One's new Show, "Stops Along the Way," will open at the gallery in Ocean View on July 31, with a reception to meet the artists planned for Aug. 2 from 5 to 7 p.m. "When Gallery One artists are asked what inspires them, the answer is overwhelmingly 'What I see around me - the dunes, the beach, the sea, the bays and ... (more)
Sussex council approves park near Seaford
Council approved a conceptual plan to develop a 20-acre park at the site of the former Woodland Golf Course west of Seaford, a tract acquired by the county as part of a project to dredge the Nanticoke River.