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Laurel Police Searching for Bank Robbery Suspect

LAUREL, Del.- The Laurel Police Department in Delaware is requesting the public's assistance in identifying the man pictured above. The suspect is allegedly involved in a bank robbery that took place today at the Bank of Delmarva. Laurel Police is asking anyone with information to forward it to Ptlm. Howard...
LAUREL, DE
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Rabid raccoon attacks two women in Ocean City

OCEAN CITY, MARYLAND (WBRE/WYOU) — A rabid raccoon in Maryland attacked two women leaving them with several injuries, says Ocean City Police. According to the Ocean City Police Department, officers responded to a report of a female being attacked by a rabid raccoon. Officers stated once arriving on the scene the female was treated by EMS […]
OCEAN CITY, MD
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How will offshore wind impact local fishing?

There is a plan being proposed by US Wind to bring power cables from its wind farm off the coast of Ocean City, Md., ashore at Three R’s Road Beach in Delaware Seashore State Park. Chris Flood covered this in last Friday’s edition of the Cape Gazette, and, boy, did it grab my attention. Three R’s Road has been my favorite surf-fishing spot for more than 50 years. Naturally, I want to know what impact the power cables will have on fishing.
OCEAN CITY, MD

‘The Real Life Forrest Gump’ running across America

HARRISON COUNTY, W.Va. (WBOY) — If you see a man running east on Route 50, who looks a bit like Forrest Gump, it’s actually Michael Wardian on his journey across the United States. Wardian was born in Morgantown, West Virginia and lived in Fairmont until he was in the 4th grade. Even at a young […]
MORGANTOWN, WV
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Major Renovation, Expansion Planned for Richard Allen School

GEORGETOWN, Del. (AP) — Its past is a chapter rich in history. Its future appears promising for the rejuvenation of the Richard Allen School — one of 80 schools built by philanthropist Pierre S. du Pont for African American children in Delaware — that served the Georgetown community for decades dating back to the 1920s.
GEORGETOWN, DE
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Man Facing Over A Dozen Charges After Pursuit

Rehoboth Beach Police have arrested a Millsboro man after a pursuit, police said. Officials said Terence C. Savage, 34, of Millsboro, was arrested Tuesday evening for charges relating to drug distribution, resisting arrest, and traffic violations following a short vehicle pursuit that ended in a property damage collision. On Tuesday,...
REHOBOTH BEACH, DE
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Black history mural unveiled in West Rehoboth

Black history is coming alive in West Rehoboth, thanks to a new mural unveiled this week. The West Rehoboth Legacy Mural on Malloy Street honors the neighborhood's Black community. “Black history in West Rehoboth hasn’t had a chance to shine in the past, so recognizing people and this community is...
REHOBOTH BEACH, DE
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DELAWARE STATE SPORTSMEN’S ASSOCIATION RESULTS SUMMARY – GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY JUNE 24, 2022

J.W. Brown Logging Modified Feature Finish (25 laps): JORDAN WATSON, Ryan Godown, Danny Bouc, Billy Pauch Jr., Matt Stangle, Cale Ross, Joseph Watson, Richie Pratt Jr., H.J. Bunting, John Willman, Scott Hitchens, Carson Wright, Jordn Justice, Ryan Riddle, Beau Wilkins, Wayne Weaver, Tom Solderich, Blaine Bracelin, James Hill, Norman Short Jr., Trent Van Vorst, Sean Weiss, Austin Hubbard, Tracy Gauger, Brad Trice, Greg Reed, Freddy Massey.
GEORGETOWN, DE
Cape Gazette

Cruising with Gazette aboard the Oasis of the Seas

Cape Gazette travelers Wayne and Suz Conrad, Al and Marilou Hahn, Loretta Furfaro, Roseanne Farrell, and Anthony and Lynne Ginexi set sail aboard the Oasis of the Seas on Mother’s Day. They left out of Bayonne. N.J., for a fun-filled week to Florida, Coco Cay and Nassau. They enjoyed relaxing during the day by the pool on Coco Cay. At night, they would meet at Schooners Bar to discuss the day's events and the latest happenings in the Cape Region.
NASSAU, DE
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Blood drive at Big Oyster helps offset summer donation shortfall

Big Oyster Brewery filled up all 35 appointments for its Blood for a Brew Summer Tour blood drive held June 21 at the Lewes restaurant. It was a wonderful way to celebrate the Summer Solstice, the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere and the first day of astronomical summer.
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Feeling adventurous? Discover some not-so-local hidden gems

The Cape Region’s eclectic mix of big, busy restaurants; small, tucked-away eateries and rare fine-dining treasures can be a challenge for even the most adventurous diner. But there are some off-the-beaten-path spots that deserve our attention. I know … so many restaurants, so little time! So to make things a bit easier for the dedicated fressers out there, I’ve cobbled together a short list of delights that might make a little drive well worth the time.
OCEAN CITY, MD
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