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After 14 years of sun, sand and salt, it’s time for a little spring refurbishment for the iconic Bethany Beach boardwalk clock. Town Manager Cliff...

News

Two current Millville Town Council members were sworn in for new terms on Tuesday, March 12, and a third was welcomed onto the council after being appointed to fill a vacancy.

Mayor Robert Gordon and Council Treasurer Peter Michel retained...

The South Bethany Town Council has four of seven seats up for re-election this year. Candidates can now toss their hats into the ring for the 2019 race.

The deadline to file paperwork at Town Hall is Wednesday, April 10, at 4:30 p.m. The...

The Town of Ocean View will be hosting Candidates’ Night on Wednesday, March 27, at 6 p.m.

The Town’s annual municipal election is scheduled for Saturday, April 13, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Residents will vote to elect a representative for...

Can everyone really afford to live in Millsboro? As the municipality brainstorms about its future in the 10-year Comprehensive Plan update, they recently discussed possibly allowing smaller or more creative kinds of housing.

The big...

The Dagsboro Town Council meeting on Monday, March 18, was a brief, yet productive, gathering of the council members as they reviewed and unanimously approved the proposed ordinance amendment to allow for a brew-pub to be constructed in the...

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The Selbyville Town Council has had the same lineup for years. This month, after the incumbents won new terms in a contested election, they once again took their oaths of office and continued their usual work.

Resident Bill Thompson had...

From left, Mayor Clifton Murray, G. Frank Smith III and Clarence ‘Bud’ Tingle Jr. all retained their seats on the Selbyville Town Council.

“I lost three weeks of my life.”

That’s how Dagsboro resident Michael Calhoun sums up what happened after he fell out of a deer stand in Federalsburg, Md., on Nov. 25, 2018.

At the time, Calhoun, 32, was in the stand with his 11-...

A fundraiser is scheduled for Saturday, March 23, to benefit Michael, Adler and Johanna Calhoun.

The Town of Ocean View will be holding its annual town council election on Saturday, April 13. Resident Gabriel Sarate is one of two candidates seeking the District 1 council seat currently held by Bill Olsen, who is not running for re-election...

Sarate

Lifestyle

Sussex Technical High School sophomore Aidan Christopher joined scouting at the age of 6. Now, 10 years later, Christopher is close to holding the... See more...

Each year, the artists of the South Eastern Delaware Artists Studio Tour (SEDAST) send a letter to the art teachers in the Indian River School... See more...

Business

The Dagsboro Town Council meeting on Monday, March 18, was a brief, yet productive, gathering of the council members as they reviewed and... See more...

After working for years as an attorney with D. Stephen Parsons P.A., Manaen S. “Robbie” Robinson IV was recently made partner of the newly minted... See more...

Manaen S. ‘Robbie’ Robinson IV has been named a partner of Parsons & Robinson P.A.

Sports

Veteran head coach Bob Hahn has been leading the Indian River High School track programs for nine years now. Being from a smaller school in the...

Track-and-field practice was held for Indian River High School on Tuesday, March 19.

With a record number of players coming out for the program, the Indian River High School girls’ lacrosse team is excited for the season to begin...

Two IR players fight for controll of the ball during lacrosse practice on Tuesday.

In what will be their seventh season as a program, the Indian River High School boys’ lacrosse team has the looks of finally getting over the...

After a remarkable first season, the fun league is about to begin again this spring. The team captains did a wonderful job bringing together a...

Every year, the mindset for the Indian River High School girls’ soccer team is to continue its yearly success on the pitch.

Over the course...