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16 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
Recently, Christian Hudson wrote a column for the Cape Gazette that offered a reason for the disappearing middle class: regulations.
Can You Crack These Presidential Code Names?
Is racial profiling justified?
20 hrs ago | The News Journal
All over Delaware this holiday season, familiar boughs of holly with their signature clusters of crimson berries deck the halls.
22 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
Delaware Tech students Michelle Lane of Bridgeville, left, and Ayla Orteza of Lewes organized the Zumba for the Philippines Zumbathon event held Dec. 7 at the Owens Campus.
22 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
Emergency personnel prepare to transport a "victim" to another hospital during an active shooter drill at Beebe Healthcare in Lewes.
Yesterday | Cape Gazette
Kevin Gilmore, executive director of Sussex County Habitat for Humanity, has announced that Habitat is getting ready to launch its Major Home Repair Pilot Program in the Georgetown community.
Gillis Gilkerson, one of the region's most trusted general contracting and construction management firms, has announced the completion of several projects during the second half of 2013, the year in which the company has also been celebrating its 30th anniversary.
With Christmas and New Year's Day falling right in the middle of the week, the Cape Gazette has scheduled early advertising deadlines.
Beth Doty from the West Rehoboth Community Land Trust shakes hands with Kevin Gilmore, executive director for Sussex County Habitat for Humanity.
Simpson was hired Sept. 2, 1980, into the 42nd state police recruiting class. He began his career in Sussex County and then moved to New Castle County, where he worked at Troop 1 and Troop 6 and also became a canine handler.
The Sussex County Association of Realtors Community Service Foundation went Christmas shopping at Kmart Dec. 2 for more than 300 needy children in Sussex County.
CHEER and the University of Delaware will present the second in a series of lectures on health-related issues affecting the over-50 population from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Wednesday, Dec. 18, at the CHEER Community Center, Route 9 and Sand Hill Road in Georgetown.
In an ongoing battle of words concerning a proposed poultry processing plant near Millsboro, it's a safe bet more than one salvo will be fired next week.
As a witness, I wanted to comment on your front page article "Sussex man charged after police chase," in the Dec. 6 edition about the two-hour police chase after Jorge Vasquez Dec. 4 through Sussex County.
"I've had constituents that were unaware their homes were vulnerable to flooding until their yards started filling up with water.
Beebe Healthcare is holding a training exercise for an active shooter situation at the medical center in Lewes Thursday, Dec. 12. The exercise, which begin at noon, is a collaboration among state, county and local agencies, including Delaware State Police, Lewes police and fire departments, and Sussex County Emergency Medical Services personnel.