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American Legion Post 28 hosted a car show on Saturday, Sept. 14. It was sponsored by Bay Area Hot Rods, and proceeds benefitted the Legion.

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American Legion Post 28 hosted a car show on Saturday, Sept. 14. It was sponsored by Bay Area Hot Rods, and proceeds benefitted the Legion.

Thank a Police Officer Day is one day a year, but one local woman hopes it creates a “shift” in how communities interact with their local police departments.

Andrea Baumann of West Fenwick Island said she started the Delmarva Supports Law...

When friends gather this weekend for the memorial service celebrating Aurora Skye Miller’s life, the family wants them clad in bright colors — especially purple, Aurora’s favorite.

“She was a happy kid,” her grandmother, Denise Limmer,...

Saturday will be a celebration of community in downtown Selbyville. Rock the Block will be a full day of volunteerism, home improvement and a block-party barbecue on Saturday, Sept. 21.

Sussex County Habitat for Humanity and Mountaire...

After making a major statement at their last meeting, the Indian River School District is backpedaling. The school board rejected a stack of school choice applications in July, but in August accepted most of them, and more.

In many cases,...

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“But if a man would be alone, let him look at the stars. The rays that come from those heavenly worlds, will separate between him and vulgar things,” Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote.

The joys of a starlit sky will be explained and explored by...

The walls looked rather empty at the Selbyville Town Council’s meeting on Monday night. The books and photos had been packed away, ready for a new adventure.

Moving day arrived on Tuesday, Sept. 10, as Selbyville Town Hall was officially...

News that the Ocean View Town Council approved funding for a traffic safety project to make Route 26 safer for both motorists and cyclists greatly pleased the son of a local man who was killed while biking on that busy road Memorial Day weekend...

Alfred Yergey

Lifestyle

To the delight of the deaf and hearing-impaired in the area, the Freeman Stage will provide an interpreter at the upcoming Bruce in the USA... See more...

The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce and Schell Brothers will present the 41st Annual Bethany Beach Boardwalk Arts Festival on Saturday,... See more...

The Music School of Delaware announced that Southern Delaware members of its Suzuki Academy will join the Mid-Atlantic Symphony in performance at... See more...

Business

The Allison Stine Team, a sales team in Long & Foster Real Estate’s Bethany Beach sales office, has been honored as one the best real estate... See more...

On Wednesday, Aug. 21, REV360! celebrated its grand opening by hosting a ribbon-cutting with the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce. Owned... See more...

Sports

More than 250 Special Olympics athletes and family members are expected to gather on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 9 a.m. to noon at Cape Henlopen...

By Jason Feather

Staff Reporter

 

The Indian River High School field hockey team has been on quite the tear to start the...

Indian River sophomore Emma Ruley gains posession of the ball in IR’s win over Caesar Rodney on Thursday, Sept. 5.

Add two more sweeps to the ledger for the Indian River High School girls’ volleyball team as it cruised to wins over Sussex Academy and Red Lion...

Indian River’s Tobi LoRusso spikes the ball in IR’s win over Cape Henlopen last week.

The Indian River High School football team made the trek north to Dover to take on Polytech last Friday, Sept. 13, only to find themselves on the...

Indian River’s Reece Stone drags some defenders during IR’s loss to Milford on Thursday, Sept. 5.

A slate of 17 Capitol Renegade United Racing Club (URC) racers highlighted a full night of racing last Friday, Sept. 13, at Georgetown Speedway....