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A Bridgeville angler catches Delaware's record-setting catfish in the Nanticoke River
A Bridgeville man landed a dream catch during a night fishing trip earlier this month. Chris Andrews caught the state record blue catfish, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's Division of Fish and Wildlife announced Tuesday morning. The 42.5-inch fish weighed 48 pounds and 7.2 ounces, eclipsing the mark set in...
Milford High School Class of 1957 holds reunion
MILFORD -- The Milford High School Class of 1957 held its 66th annual reunion weekend Sept. 9-10. Reunion weekend included a ferry trip to Cape May on Saturday and a pot luck on ...
Local Bridge Upgrade: DelDOT to Replace and Raise S036 Cedar Beach Road Bridge
The proposed project will replace the existing concrete rigid frame with precast concrete beams and raise the road accommodating considerations for future sea-level rise. Replacing the bridge will help the Department meet its performance measures for bridge condition. View the Workshop boards here until Oct. 24, 2023.Visit here for more details.
MilfordLIVE Weekly Review – September 26, 2023
This Week’s Top Headlines Include: The school dress code: Still a hot topic in Milford Milford Historical Society plans Antique Show St. John’s 30th Annual German Oktoberfest Taylor’d Esthetics Grand Opening Milford Survives Delcastle 14-8 Click on the image below to view as a PDF
Police Arrest Man Suspected in Multiple Delaware Hotel Robberies
NEWARK, DE – Delaware State Police have apprehended 35-year-old Ramone Shy of Wilmington, Delaware, for… The post Police Arrest Man Suspected in Multiple Delaware Hotel Robberies appeared first on Shore News Network.
Gold Alert Cancelled: Dover Resident Thomas Burton Found Safe
The Dover Police Department has called off the gold alert for Thomas Burton, a 25-year-old Dover resident. Burton, who was previously missing, is now safe. The alert was initially due to a health condition that could be dangerous if not treated.
October Emergency Preparedness Events: Siren Test, National Alert, and Potassium Iodide Distribution in Delaware
In October, there are several events to help the public prepare for emergencies. These include a siren test, a national Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) test, and the distribution of potassium iodide tablets.
Milford named a Purple Heart City
MILFORD -- Milford Mayor Arthur J. Campbell issued a proclamation on Sept. 16 declaring Milford a Purple Heart City.
Local Wyoming Man Missing: Dover Police Issue Gold Alert
The Dover Police Department has issued a Gold Alert for Derrick Carr, a 49-year-old man from Wyoming, DE. Carr is described as a black male, 5’9″, 220 pounds, with short dark hair and brown eyes. He reportedly has a health condition that could affect his safety if not managed properly.
Team Daisy Awards Celebrate Compassion and Extraordinary Care
For providing exceptional care to patients and their families, two ChristianaCare teams — the Acute Care for the Elderly (ACE) Unit and the Center for Reconstructive Plastic Surgery — have earned the DAISY Team Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Nominate a ChristianaCare nurse or team for the DAISY Award. The DAISY Team Award recognizes teamwork and […] The post Team Daisy ... Read More
Clayton Man Charged in Three Dover Burglaries
Dover Police have arrested a Clayton man for three burglaries after an incident on Friday evening. Police were called to Cinnabon on North DuPont Highway after a report of a break in. When police arrived, they arrested 53 year old Scott Ottinger of Clayton. Employees told police that the business was broken into on September 7 and money taken. Surveillance video showed Ottinger was responsible for that burglary as well. And further investigation showed he also robbed the County Eatery on September 20th.
3 Delaware schools earn national award for excellence
Three schools in Delaware were among the 353 across America that have been honored as National Blue Ribbon Schools for 2023. Appoquinimink School District’s Olive B. Loss Elementary School in Bear, Christina School District’s Thurgood Marshall Elementary School in Newark and Indian River School District’s Lord Baltimore Elementary School in Ocean View are the three awarded by U.S. Secretary of ... Read More
Police identify 20-year-old Georgetown man killed in Gumboro crash Sunday
Police have now named the 20-year-old man from Georgetown who was killed in a single-vehicle crash early Sunday morning in Gumboro. Delaware State Police identified Dereck Wong as the driver of the white 2022 Chevrolet Silverado that drove off Careys Camp Road. Police said Wong was driving around 1:18 a.m....
Wild car meetups claimed a life in Delaware. The crackdown is coming, but on whom?
The scene at Riveredge Industrial Park was pandemonium, Delaware State troopers said. It was Labor Day weekend in New Castle — just a week after the parking lot of nearby Pike Creek Shopping Center had “popped off” with 300 to 500 cars burning rubber into smoke and turning donuts in the parking lot,...
Warning for Motorists in Delaware: Heavy Rain, Gusty Winds Expected due to Coastal Storm 🌧️🌬️
An announcement from the Public Information Officer, Laurie Yanacek, on 22nd September 2023, at 14:04 warns of potential hazardous weather conditions across Delaware. A coastal storm system is forecasted to greatly impact the state, starting from Friday night, with repercussions expected to last into Sunday. Consequently, the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) is urging motorists to exercise extra vigilance.
Milton planners approve Cannery Village preliminary plans
The Milton Planning and Zoning Commission, by a 5-1 vote Sept. 19, approved preliminary site plans for Cannery Village 3B, a 96-unit development located adjacent to Dogfish Head’s truck entrance on Cave Neck Road. The commission had originally tabled the application and left the public record open at its...
Milford Survives Delcastle 14-8
By Kevin Eickman “Wake up!” That was the constant chorus being shared from the Buccaneers coaches and staff who had made the trip up to Delcastle to watch this past Saturday’s football game. Yet for the entire first half of the contest, Milford refused to respond. Whether it was one of six first half turnovers or the multitude of mental ... Read More
Blue Earl Brewing Company announces closure
Yesterday, Blue Earl Brewing announced that it would be permanently closing down with this Saturday being its last day of operation. This abrupt announcement was made on their Instagram page and was met with shock from locals. Here, the statement read: ‘It’s with a heavy heart and overwhelming sadness that we announce the closure of Blue Earl Brewing Company. This is the last week of service at Blue Earl. Stop in and say goodbye. We love you Delaware, Blue Earl family, friends and fans everywhere. Thank you for 9 years of memories.’
Where have kindness and courtesy gone?
There needs to be enforcement to not allow multiple vehicles to sit in crossovers on Route 1. This applies to both traveling northbound and southbound on Route 1. More people are going to get in accidents and be killed. On Sept. 22, I was leaving the Lewes Senior Center at 9 a.m. and was in the crossover on Janice Road attempting to turn left to go north on Route 1. A white pick-up truck with an extended cab decided to sit next to me in the crossover, which blocked my view of oncoming traffic. I could not see around this white truck. The extended cab was too long for the crossover. I could not see, horns were blowing, then the white truck decided to turn left in front of me on Route 1. My car is small and this whole scene was unnecessary and frightening. Our roads are really dangerous. Where have all the kindness and courtesy on the roads gone? Why are so many drivers so angry?
Field Hockey now 5-0
By Kevin Eickman Milford field hockey coach Andrea McPike has her team off to a 5-0 start to begin the season. This past week the Buccaneers played two different games. The first would be a 4-0 victory over a 0-4 Dover team, the second would be a 4-3 win over Sussex Academy. At first glance, the home shutout against ... Read More