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Subject Arrested for Assaulting Trooper

Delaware State Police have arrested 18-year-old Jaliel Perry of Lincoln, DE for felony assault and other charges following a narcotics investigation that began in the Lewes area on Saturday morning. On June 25, 2022 at approximately 11:22 a.m., troopers responded to Pinetown Road after receiving a report of suspicious activity...
LINCOLN, DE
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Delaware State Police Conducting Death Investigation at Sussex Correctional Institution

Delaware State Police are investigating an inmate’s death, which occurred yesterday at Sussex Correctional Institution in Georgetown. Delaware State Police detectives, with the assistance of the Delaware Department of Correction, are investigating the death of an inmate which occurred on June 25, 2022. The investigation into this incident remains active and ongoing with further details to be released as they become available.
GEORGETOWN, DE
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Police Identify Man Found Shot To Death in Milford

The Milford Police Department has identified the victim in last week’s homicide investigation as Aaron L. Jackson, 34 of Bridgeville, Delaware. The Milford Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division is currently investigating a homicide that occurred in the Brightway Commons Apartment Complex in Milford, police said Saturday. Officials said...
MILFORD, DE
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Milton officials contemplate speed limit changes

Milton’s Streets and Sidewalks Committee is having preliminary discussions about lowering speed limits on certain town-owned streets. The first set of streets up for discussion is in Wagamon’s West Shores. Committee Chair Randi Meredith said there has been a request to possibly lower the speed limit in Wagamon’s from 25 mph to 15 mph. She said the committee plans to reach out to the homeowners association to solicit the opinion of residents.
MILTON, DE
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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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Letter to Editor: It’s the Traffic

On Tuesday the drive through St.Michaels’ main street at 10:30 am was stopped for a time, then moved slowly; bumper to bumper. It was stop and go traffic all the way through town. Upon reaching the far end of St. Michaels, finally, I saw that the opposing traffic was sitting at Seymour and that cars were wasting gas all the way down the road to Lincoln. The culprits for the standstill? Sidewalk repair and replacement. An entire lane had been blocked off. After shopping at Grauls, of course the gruesome situation replayed itself in the other direction. Traffic is getting worse at the best of times, but the thought of enduring this sidewalk repair for who knows how long would test even the most patient of us.
TALBOT COUNTY, MD
Cape Gazette

Beebe diabetes health program at Roxana CHEER June 29

Beebe Healthcare and the Roxana CHEER Center invite the public to a presentation on diabetes health at 12 p.m., Wednesday, June 29. Glucose, cholesterol and blood pressure screenings will also be provided by Beebe community health nurses from 12 to 2 p.m. Presenting the program will be Mieshia Staples-Clark, DNP,...
FRANKFORD, DE
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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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