The Big Mac and McFlurry will get closer to the action in Millsboro this week as McDonald’s relocates south.
Beebe Medical Center representatives on Monday afternoon notified the public that visitor IDs were being checked after a former patient allegedly threatened two physicians affiliated with the hospital through a telephone message that was left sometime during the weekend and received on Monday morning.
Earlier this month, Chimes — a provider of services and support for people with disabilities — officially opened the doors to their new Irv & Phyllis Levin Center in Millsboro.
Looking for an excuse to play golf during the week? Well, the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce has the perfect excuse to head to the greens!
Last month, the Millsboro Volunteer Fire Company voted to donate their 1981 E-One Telesquirt fire truck to Bloxom Fire Company in Bloxom, Va.
A 24-year-old Millsboro man was in serious condition this weekend, following an early morning shooting at a local event venue.
Matthew Burton, 28, of Dagsboro was indicted last week by a Worcester County, Md., grand jury for the murder of 35-year-old Nicole Bennett of Millsboro in June.
In July, the Millsboro Town Council received a letter from the Whale family, requesting to put a special-needs swing in Cupola Park.
On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 8 and 9, East Coast Garden Center will hold its third annual Native Plant Sale, in honor of the Nanticoke Indian Powwow, which will be held the same days.
Four hundred years of history will dance through Delmarva as the Nanticoke Indian Association celebrates its 35th Annual Powwow on Sept. 8 and 9.
The Delaware State Police Sussex County Drug Unit arrested a Millsboro mother and son this week after the culmination of a several-month-long investigation into the alleged dealing of illegal drugs.
A Millsboro man was killed on Sunday in a single-vehicle crash west of Ellendale, after allegedly attempting to elude police.
The Delaware State Police Sex Offender Apprehension and registration Unit (SOAR) this week was looking for a Millsboro sex offender after he failed to re-register his current address.
The Mid-Atlantic Power Pathway (MAPP) project could be a no-go, according to electric company officials. Pepco Holdings, the parent company of Delmarva Power, Pepco and Atlantic City Electric, is reviewing a recommendation from the Transmission Expansion Advisory Committee of PJM Interconnection (PJM) — the regional electric grid operator — and awaiting a final decision from the PJM Board of Managers later this month, explained Matt Likovich of Delmarva Power.
For the past 18 years, El Centro Cultural, a nonprofit arts organization, has been hosting Festival Hispano — a festival dedicated to celebrating Hispanic culture, music, art, food and traditions.
Matthew Burton, the 28-year-old Dagsboro man who has been charged with the murder of 35-year-old Nicole Bennett of Millsboro, will not be extradited to Maryland just yet.
Preston Dyer of Peninsula Crossing addressed the Millsboro Town Council this week, requesting to amend the Route 113 shopping center’s developer agreement.
State Rep. John Atkins (D-Millsboro) recently filed for re-election to his seat as a representative for the 41st District, in this November’s elections. Atkins said his campaign platform is and always will be “constituent services.”
Those looking for a good summer read, or to expand their home library, may want to consider checking out Millsboro Public Library’s annual book sale.
Less than a month after the body of 35-year old Millsboro resident Nicole Bennett was found along a dirt road in Maryland, police this week arrested 28-year-old Dagsboro resident Matthew Burton in connection with the crime.
One look at Baywood Greens in Long Neck, and it’s easy to notice the time and commitment that go into the course’s upkeep. Raved about as one of the most well-kept and aesthetically pleasing courses in the area, the course has landscaping that brings vibrant color to any round of golf. From weddings, banquets and other ceremonies to a peaceful residential community with tennis courts, swimming pools, boat docks and private beaches, there’s little that Baywood doesn’t offer, and its golf course is the cream of the crop.
Maryland State Police homicide investigators reported on July 6 that they had charged a Dagsboro-area man in connection with the murder of Nicole Bennett of Millsboro, who was found dead in the Whaleyville, Md., area on June 15.
The Millsboro Town Council met earlier this week to discuss and approve the Town’s budget for the 2013 fiscal year.
Rich Collins, executive director of the Positive Growth Alliance and owner of Access Insurance and Financial Services located on Route 113 between Dagsboro and Millsboro, has announced his candidacy for the 41st District state representative seat — the seat currently held by John Adkins.
Chimes, a provider of day, vocational and residential services for people with cognitive disabilities including mental retardation, mental illness, behavior disorders and autism, has now opened an electric vehicle (EV) charging station at its Millsboro location.
When the Cooper family lost everything in a May 20 house fire, they had to start over from scratch. Fortunately for them, their son Cortland Cooper was attending fifth grade at East Millsboro Elementary School, where his classmates stepped up to help.
This Wednesday, the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce, along with Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church, will hold its fifth annual Youth Fourth of July Parade.
Homeowners in Sussex County are being invited to a free public workshop on June 27 on financial assistance available to replace failing septic systems. The workshop will be held from 3 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 27, at the First State Community Action Agency, 308 North Railroad Avenue, Georgetown.
The body of 35-year-old Nicole Bennett of Millsboro was recovered from an embankment off of a dirt road in Worcester County, Md., at 9 a.m. on June 15.
With the summer season fully underway, many towns are offering residents and visitors the chance to enjoy some free family-friendly entertainment.