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Meet Delaware's Most Influential People for 2023
Three years into the pandemic, our lives continue to be shaped by COVID-19, as we reach the mid-point of the Biden presidency and anticipate the 2024 campaign. Once again, we want to pause and take notice of the people in our state who work, both in the limelight and behind the scenes, to influence this place we call home, and who continue to shape its future.
*Update – Victim Identified* Homicide Unit Investigating Shooting, Suspect in Custody
The Delaware State Police have identified the victim of the homicide that occurred on March 16, 2023, in Felton as Charles Kupidlowski, 36, of Harrington, Delaware. Homicide Unit Investigating Shooting, Suspect […] The post *Update – Victim Identified* Homicide Unit Investigating Shooting, Suspect in Custody appeared first on Delaware State Police - State of Delaware.
Update: Victim Identified in Deadly Felton Crash
FELTON, Del.- A man was killed in a car crash in Felton Thursday afternoon. Delaware State Police say that a Mazda 5, driven by 75-year-old Michael Ibach of Frederica, was going eastbound on Carpenters Bridge Road near Roesville Road approaching a right curve, around 3 p.m. For unknown reasons, Ibach...
He had a 'dispute' with an acquaintance, police say. Then he was shot dead with a rifle
A 36-year-old man who police say was involved in an "ongoing dispute" with another man died Thursday after being shot with a rifle, Delaware State Police said. The victim has been identified as Charles Kupidlowski, of Harrington, according to police. ...
Look: Bubba Wallace Having Unfortunate Trouble On Sunday
After back-to-back strong performances in the NASCAR Cup Series, Bubba Wallace saw his race in the Ambetter Health 400 come to an end in crushing fashion. On the 10th lap of Stage 1, Wallace's No. 23 car spun out and crashed into a wall. After recovering, he initially could not move the vehicle as ...
Delaware State Police Investigating School Threat
The Delaware State Police is aware of a social media post that threatens the safety of Gunning Bedford Middle School on March 20, 2023. The DSP takes threats to any […] The post Delaware State Police Investigating School Threat appeared first on Delaware State Police - State of Delaware.
March 20 to 24 is Severe Weather Awareness Week
Governor John Carney and Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long have proclaimed March 20 to March 24 as Severe Weather Awareness Week in Delaware. In recent years, Delaware has experienced flooding, tornadoes, and winter storms that put lives and property at risk while adversely impacting the health, safety, and economic well-being of families, businesses, and schools. Learning about the different types of hazards will increase preparedness and help reduce the amount of devastation caused by severe weather. This year, Severe Weather Awareness Week roughly coincides with the 30th anniversary of the “Storm of the Century” or the “Blizzard of 1993.” This monster late-winter storm directly affected 40 percent of the U.S. population from the Deep South to Canada during the period from Friday, March 12 to Sunday, March 14, 1993. It brought record cold temperatures, heavy snowfall, hurricane-force winds, damaging storm surge, and closed almost every major airport on the U.S. East Coast at some point. It resulted in $5.5 billion in damages, 318 fatalities, and the loss of electric power to more than 10 million households.
Legislation to help registered voters with election information has bipartisan support
Legislation sponsored by State Rep. Krista Griffith aims to help registered voters navigate elections. House Bill 82 would direct the Delaware Department of Elections to biennially mail a notice to all registered voters regarding polling locations and other election information. Registered voters already receive polling location information and a calendar...
Delawareans are reminded to stay alert for spongy moths this spring
The Delaware Forest Service encourages Delawareans to keep their eyes out for spongy moth egg masses this spring. Formerly known as gypsy moth, the spongy moth is an invasive insect that can be found in Sussex County. Delaware Forest Service Forest Health Specialist Bill Seybold says in their caterpillar stage,...
Delaware State Police Conducting Criminal Investigation
Delaware State Police are currently conducting a criminal investigation on Reeves Crossing Road, in Felton. As a result, there is an increased police presence in the area. Reeves Crossing Road between Route 13 and Little Mastens Corner Road is closed until further notice. This investigation is in the early stages and police are advising to avoid the area. Additional information will be released once it becomes available.
Millsboro man arrested in connection to multiple tip jar thefts
MILLSBORO, Del. – A Millsboro man has been arrested in connection to two separate tip jar thefts in the Milford area. The first incident happened during the evening hours of March 4th, when Milford Police responded to a local business in the 200 block of NE Front Street. It was learned that a male subject had removed the tip jar from the store’s counter and fled with an unknown amount of money.
Sussex County traffic studies reveal evolving pressures on rural roads
Efforts by DelDOT to develop updated plans for Sussex County’s east-west transportation corridors reveal lesser-known challenges arising from the county’s growth. One ongoing study focuses on Bridgeville and Greenwood — the former of which grew by 25 percent in the past decade — in Western Sussex County, where the agency recently surveyed residents to set priorities for roadway and traffic safety updates.
50 x 100 level lot in the charming historic town of Milton!
50 x 100 level lot in the charming historic town of Milton! Ready for you to build your investment home or new cottage. There is an adjoining 50 x 100 lot next to it available for separate purchase, as well as an existing cottage on the corner lot available for separate purchase. Bring your home to life and be part of the lovely Milton community. Existing shed on the property being sold as is. New construction in town Milton now requires fire suppression systems and curbing and sidewalks.
UPDATE: Suspect Arrested in Fatal Felton Shooting
FELTON, Del.- The Delaware State Police have identified both the victim and suspect in a deadly shooting that occurred last night in Felton. Just after 4 p.m., police responded to reports of a shooting on Reeves Crossing Road. A 36-year-old man was found there in the roadway with an upper body gunshot wound. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. His identification has not yet been released, pending notification to next of kin.
Maryland man in custody for fatal Felton shooting
A Maryland man is in jail awaiting extradition back to Delaware to face murder charges in connection to a fatal shooting Thursday afternoon, March 16, 2023, in Felton. Delaware State Police say the victim was found with a gunshot to his upper body, around 4:15 p.m. in the roadway on Reeves Crossing Road.
Should lawmakers help alleviate medical debt of Delawareans? More from Press Room
Welcome to The Press Room, a weekly roundup of the major stories and happenings of the 2023 Delaware legislative year. This week’s edition focuses on health care bills to keep an eye on, a robust debate on National Atheists' Day in Delaware and an important hearing in Delaware Superior Court next week.
Delaware lawmakers want accounting of PFAS-containing foam at fire stations statewide
Delaware lawmakers are exploring options to help volunteer fire companies in the state get rid of firefighting foam that contain toxic “forever chemicals” known as PFAS. A resolution approved in the state House earlier this month calls for counting the number of canisters stored at fire stations statewide, as the start of a process of replacing the foam.
New Jersey Man Arrested for Robbery of McDonald’s in Delaware
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE – Delaware State Police arrested 60-year-old James James Jr. of Pennsville, New Jersey, for the early March robbery of a McDonald’s in Newport. On Wednesday, March 1st, at around 9:13 p.m., troopers responded to a reported robbery at the McDonald’s located at 1790 W. Newport Pike, Wilmington. The investigation revealed that a male suspect demanded money from the cash register, and an employee handed over an undisclosed amount before the suspect fled the scene. No injuries were reported during the incident. Through further investigation, James James Jr. was identified as the suspect, and a warrant was issued for The post <strong>New Jersey Man Arrested for Robbery of McDonald’s in Delaware</strong> appeared first on Shore News Network.
St. Patrick's Day festivities spill into second weekend
Delawareans were in a mood to loosen up during St. Patrick's Day celebrations Friday. Coming after parades held the weekend of March 11th and 12th and ahead of the final weekend of winter, Friday was a day for many to meet up with friends and family, eat, drink, sing and dance. The weather turned milder for a while. Drizzle intervened here and there but did not dampen spirits.
DE Electric Car Mandate Town Halls begin Tuesday in Millsboro
A series of Town Hall meetings on the Delaware Electric Car Mandate will be held – thee first one in Sussex County on Tuesday, March 21 at Indian River Senior Center in Millsboro. Beginning in 2025 it will become increasingly more difficult to purchase a gasoline powered car or small truck. The regulations are being prepared by DNREC – and will NOT go before the General Assembly. Several expert speakers have been invited to discuss climate, electric cars and the mandate.
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