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Local Resident from Frankford Arrested on Murder Charges Following Death Investigation
Delaware State Police arrested Jeremiah Handy, 38, from Frankford, Delaware, on murder charges and other related offenses. The arrest came after a death investigation that started on November 24, 2023. Troopers had responded to a report of gunshots in the Frankford area. They found a Honda four-wheeler with 22-year-old Gabriel Dorman and another 20-year-old man, both seriously injured. The vehicle had been hit by a Mercedes-Benz SUV. Dorman died at the scene, while the other man was treated at a local hospital and released.
The Ultimate Foodie's Guide: 4 Diners You Can't Miss in Ocean City
This article presents a tour of four delightful diners in Ocean City. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear your experiences in the comments section below!
You Won’t Believe This Maryland City Has the Highest Crime Rate in the State
Ocean City, Maryland, a coastal resort town renowned for its vibrant beaches, bustling boardwalk, and captivating amusement parks, paradoxically bears the distinction of holding the highest crime rate in the state. Despite its allure as a tourist haven, the city grapples with a pervasive issue of public safety, casting shadows over its sun-kissed façade. This article delves into the intricate dynamics of crime in Ocean City, exploring the factors that contribute to its elevated crime rates and examining the multifaceted efforts underway to address this pressing concern.
Ocean City Christmas Parade Returns
OCEAN CITY, MD - The holiday season officially kicked off with the Annual Ocean City Christmas Parade, bringing together local businesses, schools, and bands to usher in the festive spirit. Coastal Highway transformed into a vibrant display of festive floats, marking the 40th edition of this cherished holiday tradition. Amy...
Weather Concerns Force Cancellation of Tonight's Selbyville Christmas Parade
Due to inclement weather concerns, the Town of Selbyville is cancelling the 62nd Annual Christmas Parade that was scheduled tonight Friday, December 1, 2023, at 7:00 P.M. Please note, there will not be a rain date for this event. We thank all who registered to participate in the parade this year, as well as our vendors and sponsors, and we look forward to your continued support of next year’s parade.Visit here for more details.
Friday Morning Sherwood Forest Fire Ruled Accidental
MILLSBORO, DE– A Friday morning fire in the Sherwood Forest development was ruled accidental, according to the Indian River Volunteer Fire Company. IRVFC was alerted to the blaze on Robin Hoods Loop around 11:10 a.m. yesterday. Crews arrived to see flames fully engulfing a house and a car parked...
Long Neck home burns in fire
A fire damaged a Long Neck home Dec. 1. The fire was reported about 11 a.m. in the Sherwood Forest North neighborhood. Upon arrival, firefighters from Indian River, Millsboro, Lewes and Milton found the home and a vehicle fully engulfed in flames. The fire marshal is investigating and more information...
A Foodie's Guide to Ocean City: 4 Delis That Will Wow Your Palate
In this article, we're exploring four delightful delis in Ocean City. Have you had the chance to visit any of them? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Former Rehoboth financial adviser, firm agree to $1.5 million settlement over ‘cherry picking’ allegations
The principal and a former Rehoboth Beach investment firm agreed to a $1.5 million settlement with the Securities and Exchange Commission. According to the SEC, Marguerite Cassandra Toroian and Bell Rock Capital agreed to pay $883,597, prejudgment interest of $185,451, and combined civil penalties of $440,000. The SEC’s complaint alleged...
Former Millsboro Cop Pleads Guilty in Drug Overdose Case
MILLSBORO, DE - An ex-Millsboro Police Officer has pleaded guilty to felony tampering with public records and other charges after being found unresponsive in his patrol car in February. According to the Delaware Department of Justice, Matthew Dufour was found in his Millsboro police car showing signs of an overdose....
Ex-officer who OD'd on duty avoids prison, big beer news, where to buy your tree
Welcome to the first weekend in December, a jolly time to gear up for the holiday season ahead. Today should be milder than it's been, with a high of 61 and mostly cloudy. For Sunday, we're looking at a high of 57 with occasional rain and drizzle. You'll find your updates here.
Maryland City Addresses New Legalization of Marijuana in the State
Maryland will be able to offer marijuana to adults starting on July 1. Some people like the new law, but there are still a lot of rules, and Ocean City Mayor Rick Meehan wants everyone to know what they are. “Recreational marijuana is only legal for adults over the age...
Brooklyn Court: Fire Alarm Repair Bosses Charged with Over-Billing City Agencies
Two men have been charged with wire fraud in connection with a conspiracy to overbill the City of New York. The defendants are charged with overbilling various city agencies for more than a decade in connection with contracts to repair and maintain fire alarm systems, according to a news release from the United States Attorney Office for the Eastern District of New York.
Taste the Sweet Side of Ocean City: Top 3 Donut Shops You Must Try
In this article, we explore three delightful donut shops in Ocean City. Have you had the pleasure of visiting any of them yet? If yes, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Rehoboth arborist leaving for career advancement
After a little more than seven years with Rehoboth Beach, city arborist Liz Lingo is leaving for a new job, effective Friday, Dec. 1. Lingo took over as arborist in April 2016. The news of her departure was made public during a trees & green infrastructure committee meeting Nov. 17.
Two upcoming Rehoboth Beach events to impact traffic
REHOBOTH BEACH -- Two upcoming events will have impacts on Rehoboth Beach roadways over the next few days. Road closures and parking restrictions will be in place. The Rehoboth Beach ...
A Week In Business – December 1, 2023
BERLIN – Taylor Bank is pleased to announce a series of recent leadership promotions and new hires. Debbie Rickards was promoted to branch operations manager. In this position, Rickards will oversee branch operations for multiple branches in partnership with our regional branch managers. In addition, she will assess and mitigate risk through inspection of our processes. Rickards has been a member of the Taylor Bank team since 2018.
Stephen Decatur Seahawks celebrate W at OC Christmas parade
OCEAN CITY, Md. – The Stephen Decatur High School football team celebrated their big win at the Ocean City Christmas parade. After taking home the W Thursday night at the state championships, the team took to the streets to celebrate with excited community members. Junior player, Anthony Burke, said...
Schoolhouse added to Railroad Era Rehoboth miniature village
Rehoboth’s first one-room schoolhouse was built in 1884, located in what was then the woods at the outskirts of town. Today the Royal Farms at the traffic circle occupies that location. Paul Lovett has added a model of the schoolhouse to the 1910 Rehoboth Avenue miniature village diorama. The...
Thanks for the Memories exhibition runs thru Dec. 30
Gallery One announced its Thanks for the Memories show is open to the public through Saturday, Dec. 30, at 32 Atlantic Ave., Ocean View. A picture is worth a thousand words, but memories are priceless. This month at Gallery One, memories that Gallery One artists are thankful for are on view.