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With a rising number of COVID-variants spreading, state urges testing, compliance

Delaware testing czar A.J. Schall said state will test any resident as well as travelers and spring breakers at no charge.

1,000 more surf tags to go on sale as state introduces new off-peak surf permits

Off-peak permits only can be used Mondays through Fridays June 1 through Sept. 3, except holidays., then all the time after Labor Day.

Carney allows more at outdoor events, but does not increase restaurant capacity

Spectators at sporting events are no longer limited to just two people per player.

With purchase of Dolle’s, Grotto Pizza now owns huge slice of waterfront

The iconic spot would be a prime space to develop, but owner says it will be years before changes are made

Nicola Pizza preliminary site plan approved for move to Lewes

Nicola Pizza's site plan includes a two-story restaurant, a deck and 144 parking places on its 1.86-acre lot.

Lighting up the holidays: Where to find festive displays all over Delaware

Light shows have proven to be a pretty and popular way to share holiday spirit with the kids, or just get everybody out of the house for a bit.

Lewes Lights features more than 200 houses, businesses on a self-guided tour

Lewes Lights organizers wanted to help people find some brightness in a dark year, and their self-guided tour map offers 200 houses and business decorated for the holidays.

Just 4 beaches left to get all-clear after oil spill cleanup

Just four Delaware beaches -- Gordon’s Pond at Cape Henlopen State Park, North Shores Beach, Rehoboth Beach and Dewey Beach -- await a final sign-off following cleanup of the Oct. 20 oil spill, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and...

Oil spill has spread down to Ocean City, DNREC says

An oil spill reported a week ago in Bowers Beach has spread to Ocean City, Maryland, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control said today on Twitter. And there’s progress in the cleanup. About 55 tons – enough to fill...
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COVID-19 stats continue decline as vaccinations rise

344,780 Delawareans, or 44.4% of the eligible population, are fully vaccinated as of Friday a.m.

12-year-old spots fire at neighbor’s house in Bear

With the help of his father, “cool and collected’ Bear resident Sam Witman extinguishes the fire.

Carney: Mask mandate ending May 21

Gov.  John Carney on Friday announced that – effective May 21 – the State of Delaware will lift its requirement that Delawareans and visitors...
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