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Addie Nelson, right, a camper-turned-counselor at Camp New Hope, snags Liam Healey, 7, during a game of Duck, Duck, Goose.
Toward the end of July, I was surprised to see a new crop peeking up through the good soil on the eastern side of Freeman Highway across from Cape Henlopen High School.
This rain garden was installed as part of a recent Center for the Inland Bays project.
The walk-in care served hundreds of patients during the summer and will continue to serve Sussex County residents and visitors.
The Rehoboth Concert Band will warm up for its third season with rehearsals resuming Wednesday, Sept.
The Walk-In Care served hundreds of patients during the summer and will continue to serve Sussex County residents and visitors.
Capstone Homes builds bay front homes in Rehoboth Beach Yacht and Country Club. "I don't think people realize that we are capable if building high-end homes at outstanding prices," says Scott Dailey, Managing Partner for Capstone Homes.
A big country music festival might now be coming to Kent County. Monday, organizers of a festival proposed for Sussex County requested to withdraw their application to bring the festival to the Harbeson area.
In response to the article in the Aug. 5 edition of the Cape Gazette, the Rehoboth Beach Film Society wishes to provide some background information regarding the goal of establishing an arts and culture center in Sussex County.
Commissioner's voted 6-0 Aug. 20 in favor of moving the 69-lot development on to the next phase of review, but not before imposing 21 conditions on the project.
For now, concerned Harbeson-area residents can breathe a sigh of relief, as the Sussex County Council approved this week the withdrawal of a conditional-use application that would allow for a music festival on a farmland property near the town.
Christian, left, and Jamin Hudson explain why they are building the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in the Rehoboth Beach area with wood rather than a steel structure.
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.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 12:01 pm
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