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2 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
"Plein Air Painter at Lavender Fields" by Alan Keffer shows an artist at work in Milton. The Delaware Shore Artists Group will be painting en plein air at the Rehoboth Beach Farmers Market Sept.
6 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
On Aug. 29 the Lewes Mayor and Council had a public meeting pursuant to an agenda published only at the City Hall bulletin board, despite the city's custom to publish notices on its website. Custom leads to expectations and few people knew of the meeting.
13 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
Sussex County's "atTAcK addiction" Chapter will hold its first meeting at 7:00pm on Wednesday, September 17th, 2014 in Bethel United Methodist Church's Fellowship Hall, 129 W. 4th Street, Lewes, DE. "atTAcK addiction" is a not-for-profit, proactive group of individuals, and families, who's lives have been impacted by drugs or alcohol.
A ceremony honoring Charles Wilson Futcher Sr. will be held at 2 p.m., Monday, Sept. 15, at Zwaanendael Park in Lewes.
The Pop Warner Cape Vikings organization will hold its first Chinese Auction to benefit the cheer squad's fundraising efforts from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 13, in the back fields of the Lewes School across from Shields Elementary School.
Simpler, who grew up in the beach town and is the chief financial officer for the Rehoboth Beach-based Seaboard Hotels, kicked off his campaign for state treasurer on the Bandstand in May, and secured his place as the Republican representative for state treasurer in the Nov. 4 General Election after receiving nearly half his votes - 6,022 - from Sussex County. Simpler defeated Milton resident Sher Valenzuela by a vote of 13,491 to 11,549 in the Sept.
FEMA Regional Administrator MaryAnn Tierney says families should spend a few hours this month developing an emergency plan and kit. Hurricanes, tornados, floods and other natural disasters dominate the news, yet most people are unprepared a recent Federal Emergency Management Agency study shows.
First responders have a new tool to speed up their ability to assist in emergencies. When seconds count, a new service called Smart911 can send out personal information from 911 callers as emergency vehicles and police respond to a scene.
The Selbyville Town Council is holding its nose - and its breath - over the stinky situation at the Mountaire poultry processing plant in town. Sussex County is no stranger to agricultural odors, including manure and fertilizer, but "The stink is getting ridiculous," said Councilman Rick Duncan at the Sept.
The State of Delaware held primary elections on Tuesday, Sept. 9, in which 40 candidates vied to represent their parties on November's general election ballot.
Sussex County wants to put the keys to homeownership in the hands of its citizens. In partnership with the Delaware State Housing Authority, Sussex County Association of Realtors, First State Community Action Agency, and NCALL Research Inc., the county will host the inaugural Sussex County Homebuyer Fair from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept.
Administrators of the Cape Henlopen School District volunteered recently with Meals on Wheels of Lewes-Rehoboth to accompany drivers on their routes to deliver meals to the homebound in eastern Sussex County. Pictured in front of the organization's meal caterer, Fish On, are in back Superintendent Robert Fulton, Human Resources Administrator Cathy Petitgout and Special Education Services Administrator Jeff Conrad.
Cars and trucks crawled through Millville on Aug. 28, an appropriate backdrop to U.S. Sen. Tom Carper's visit to the Route 26 Mainline construction project. Carper toured the state Thursday to talk federal transportation funding in regard to Route 26, Milford's new Route 1 overpass and Wilmington's Christina River Bridge.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 07:01 pm
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