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About a dozen people attended Rep. Steve Smyk's, R-Milton, March coffee meeting to discuss topics ranging from the future of Delaware's racinos to the proposal for a clean water fee.
Winter is set to give Delaware another slap in the face Sunday night through Monday, with up to 3 inches of snow forecast for St. Patrick's Day.
It's all about the image. Patrolman First Class Kirk Marino, left, and Patrolman Casey Breidigan help keep the peace at the 2013 Lewes Polar Bear Plunge in Rehoboth Beach.
Purnell pleaded guilty to five charges: second-degree murder, first-degree rape, first-degree burglary and two charges of possession of a deadly weapon during the course of felony.
Harriet Tubman holds a copy of the Harriet Tubman Day proclamation. Behind her are Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs Director Tim Slavin; the Rev.
Rachael Cartwright, RN, of Laurel, as a registered nurse. Cartwright earned her diploma of nursing from Beebe School of Nursing and has experience in emergency as well as cardiac or critical care.
Delaware could make it a crime to disseminate 'revenge porn' should a piece of legislation make it through the General Assembly when session returns next week.
The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays was recently awarded a grant from the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's Universal Recycling Grant & Loan Program, to launch "Don't Chuck Your Shucks" - a program aiming to encourage people to recycle oyster shells for use in restoration projects on the Inland Bays.
Joe Shoup of Tunnell Companies LP uses a chainsaw to cut a felled tree into more manageable pieces.
We have a long-standing history at Nemours of doing whatever it takes to provide the best care for our patients and families.
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.
With a state portfolio returning more than $44 million during his term and showing positive returns 31 out of 38 months, Chip Flowers, Delaware state treasurer and co-chair of the National Democratic State Treasurers, officially launched his re-election campaign - "Standing Up for a Brighter Future" last week.
When Civil War came to the United States in 1861, it brought along with it a fear of sedition, which prompted limitations in the freedom of expression.
What could be more exciting than producing your own food from nature? Recently, on a rare warm February day, Lighthouse Christian School students learned how to make maple syrup the old-fashioned way.