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23 min ago | The News Journal
Teachers, students and families will be able to participate in interactive activities in fields like biotechnology, energy, chemistry, computer technology, physics and math.
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4 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
It's time for the Town of Milton to update its comprehensive plan, and officials say the most important element of doing the job well is maximizing citizen participation.
8 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
Great end-unit location in Lewes City limits. Call The Lee Ann Wilkinson Group at 645-6664 to find out more! Lewes living is easy from this adorable end-unit town house in Lewes city limits.
Joseph Jakubowski of Duffield Associates was chosen 2014 Young Engineer of the Year by the Delaware Engineering Society.
Delaware State Troop 7 is looking for a new home and has plans for a large, $13.5 million facility to replace the Route 1 facility that has housed the troop for the last 30 years.
Jennie Van knew she wanted to be an artist when she was a little girl, but she couldn't have known... The rare plant, Lobelia boykinii was believed to have disappeared from the Delmarva landscape in 1913.
We have been following with interest the debate on the Clean Water Initiative proposed by Gov. Jack Markell and have read with concern the very informative and credentialed letter by Steve and Judy Britz .
Last week, Dagsboro Mayor Brad Connor filed to run as a candidate for the District 5 seat on the Sussex County Council.
A Sussex County lawmaker wants to put a veterans designation on the Delaware's driver's licenses.
Joe Shoup of Tunnell Companies LP uses a chainsaw to cut a felled tree into more manageable pieces.
Anna Beebe Moore, 94, daughter of Beebe cofounder Richard C. Beebe, MD, attended the event with her son Alex Moore and grandson Chase Moore Seated is Anna Beebe Moore, 94, daughter of Beebe cofounder Richard C. Beebe, MD.
American Legion Post 28 recently raised $2,431 to support the work of Sussex County Habitat for Humanity.
Coastal Point a Tripp Colonell: Phill Blush artfully pours a growler of the store's proprietary IPA from Mispillion River Brewing Co.
MARITIME CONNECTIONS: Seaford Museum is working on a new gallery that will let visitors step back to April 1901 and witness a century of changes.