Friday Jul 25
Eastern Shore AFRAM Festival set for Aug. 8 and 9 in Seaford
The Eastern Shore AFRAM Festival 2014 will bring living history, the Community Recognition Award and traditional African arts and culture to Sussex County.
Seaford, Woodbridge students claim bragging ...
The Wobbling Warriors, composed of Lane Hastings, 15, of Woodbridge High School; Autumn Sheren, 14, of Seaford High School; Sharon Catalan, 14, of Seaford High School; and Kyle Wilkerson, 14, of Seaford High School, won the 2014 Top Engineer design competition at Delaware Tech Owens campus.
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.
Bethel UM Church hosts 55th Antique Show
Show coordinator Joan Moore stands with exhibitor Phillip Smith from Northern Virginia.
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Country gospel singer to perform Saturday in Gloucester
Country gospel singer Jerry Jones will be performing Saturday, July 26, at the Thousand Trails Chesapeake RV Resort in Gloucester.
Watercolor journaling with chocolate scheduled for Aug. 5
Milford artist Rosemary Connelly of Live Cheap & Make Art Studios will conduct a watercolor journaling workshop, Create Tasteful Memories with Chocolates & Watercolors, from 9 a.m. to noon, Tuesday, Aug. 5, at Sweet Serentiy Chocolates , 1001 Norman Eskridge Highway in Seaford.
Millsboro man succumbs to injuries sustained in motorcycle crash
John M. Hodgson, 67, of Millsboro, died July 7 as a result of the injuries he sustained in a July 6 crash south of Greenwood, Delaware State Police announced this week.
Clayton Theatre honored with historical marker from state
Coastal Point a Laura Walter: Dignitaries and people with history with the Clayton Theatre help Joanne Howe, owner of the Clayton, reveal a historical marker on Monday, June 14. The Dagsboro's Clayton Theatre this week unveiled its new Delaware Historical Marker, celebrating the theater's 65 years in business, along with its unique nature and its ... (more)
Russell J. O'Bier, retired Cape teacher
Mr. O'Bier was born Jan. 19, 1935, in Milford, the son of the late William Joseph and Beatrice O'Bier.
Motorcyclist critically hurt in crash near Greenwood
A 67-year-old Millsboro man is in critical condition after police say he ran his motorcycle into the back of a pickup truck before crashing near Greenwood.
Striders Women's Distance Festival 5K draws more than 100 runners
The Seashore Striders hosted the Striders Women's Distance Festival 5K Run and the Seashore Striders 5K for male runners June 28 at Rehoboth Elementary School.