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Shore Floors by Justin Fehrenbach is a locally owned and operated business providing independent floor covering installation and maintenance services.
Ironworkers Jason Pisano, left, and Mike McCanney of R.C. Fabricators of Wilmington hoist an uppermost steel beam into place at the "Topping Off" Ceremony for the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing July 12. Beebe Healthcare, the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing, Beebe Medical Foundation, and Nason Construction representatives together took ... (more)
AARP Driver Safety celebrated Independence Day by making it easier for drivers to maintain their own independence on the road.
The last of this year's newly-hatched piping plover chicks at Gordons Pond have fledged and are flying well, allowing the reopening of the oceanside beach today at Cape Henlopen State Park.
Country Life Homes has developed a very unique community in the Villas of Woods Cove.
A day after President Barack Obama ate at the Charcoal Pit on Concord Pike, two Delaware kids ate at the White House.
Conflicting signals as unemployment rate rises Conflicting signals as unemployment rate rises Check out this story on delawareonline.com: http://delonline.us/1mnQgqV Delaware's unemployment rate increased to 6.1 percent in June, from 5.9 percent in May, which the state Department of Labor attributed to more people joining the work force.
The Delaware Department of Justice announced on July 15 that the State of Delaware would be moving forward in retrying former state senate candidate Eric Bodenweiser on charges stemming from allegations that he had unlawful sexual contact with a boy more than 20 years ago, when that boy was as young as 10. Joe Hurley, one of Bodenweiser's defense ... (more)
Property owners will keep a few dollars in their pocket after the Indian River Board of Education voted recently to reduce the school district's property tax rate by 5 cents.
Coastal Point a Laura Walter: Dignitaries and people with history with the Clayton Theatre help Joanne Howe, owner of the Clayton, reveal a historical marker on Monday, June 14. The Dagsboro's Clayton Theatre this week unveiled its new Delaware Historical Marker, celebrating the theater's 65 years in business, along with its unique nature and its ... (more)
Lt. Gov. Matt Denn, chairman, of the Delaware Criminal Justice Council announced this week that the group unanimously confirmed the appointment of Sussex County resident Christian L. Kervick as its executive director.
Former Miss Delaware Amanda Longacre, who lost her crown for being too old, has sued the state and national scholarship pageant organizations.
Food Lion, the Delaware State Fair and the Food Bank of Delaware have announced that the third annual Food Lion Feeds Hunger Relief Day will take place Monday, July 21, at the Delaware State Fair.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 06:19 am
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