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Second Denny's to open in Ocean City

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DELMARVA NOW - 2017-09-19 12:15:15

Ocean City, Coca-Cola Sign New Five-Year Accord

OCEAN CITY - The resort's recently renewed beverage contract with Coca-Cola, making it the "official soft drink of Ocean City," is already triggering a series of potential special events to celebrate the partnership. Recreation and Parks Director Susan Petito told Recreation and Parks Committee memb

THE DISPATCH - 2017-09-19 18:23:27

Ocean City human trafficking operation leads to 12 arrests

OCEAN CITY, Md. - Twelve people are facing charges, after police say they were arrested in connection to a human trafficking operation, in Ocean City. The Ocean City Police Department says on Monday, they recently completed a human trafficking operation with the assistance of the Worcester County Cr

WMDT.COM - 2017-09-18 21:51:11

OCPD's Prostitution Bust Targeted Johns With Online Bike-Themed Posts

OCEAN CITY - The 12 arrestees in a weekend-long prostitution sting operation in Ocean City were lured to the resort by responding to false Internet postings under the guise of fictitious names such as Bike Week Beth and Bike Week Beauty. The Ocean City Police Department (OCPD) Narcotics Unit and Spe

THE DISPATCH - 2017-09-19 16:27:45

Artist John Donato switched from business career to teaching kids life lessons through art

John Donato sat on a stack of paint cans in his Ocean View studio. His overalls are covered in paint from preparing for an upcoming art show. His job is a little different than it used to be. Donato used to work in the corporate world before the Great Recession. He was laid off from his job as a cor

DELMARVA NOW - 2017-09-19 09:00:09

Berlin Fire Company Subject Of Second Harassment Lawsuit

BERLIN - A former paramedic has filed a $500,000 lawsuit alleging discrimination and harassment against the Berlin Fire Company. Two years after an $8 million harassment case against the Berlin Fire Company (BFC) was settled, a second lawsuit has been initiated by Jeffrey Dean, a former BFC paramedi

THE DISPATCH - 2017-09-18 19:24:59

UPDATE: Hurricane Jose briefly closes Indian River bridge

Storm surge from Hurricane Jose has breached the dunes, temporarily closing Route 1 between Dewey Beach and Bethany Beach. Southbound Route 1 and the northbound left lane between Dewey and the Indian River bridge reopened shortly before noon. Officials with the Delaware Department of Transportation

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

Health briefs: Transplant legislation, Beebe flu clinics, mental health summit

Gov. John Carney signed a bill last week that bans discrimination of people who are refused an organ transplant because of a disability. Medical and psychosocial criteria are used by a transplant center when determining who will be an organ transplant recipient. People with intellectual and developm

DELAWARE ONLINE - 2017-09-18 21:39:09

Frances S. (Lee) Beers, retired lab tech

Mrs. Frances S. (Lee) Beers, 87 passed away Monday, Sept. 18, 2017, at her home surrounded by her loved ones in Ocean View. Born at Steiners Hill, Jefferson, Md., Dec. 27, 1929, Mrs. Beers was the daughter of the late Francis Leo Steiner and Ruth E. Smith Steiner. She was the wife of the late Willia

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-18 07:00:00

Tolley hired as Supervisor of Instruction, Career and Technology Education

CENTREVILLE - Adam Tolley joined Queen Anne's County Public Schools this year as supervisor of instruction of social studies and career and technology education. Tolley was most recently the assistant principal of Mace's Lane Middle School in Cambridge. He is from Dorchester County. He received his

MYEASTERNSHOREMD.COM - 2017-09-19 06:45:00

Pocomoke High's past and present come together in school spirit mural

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DELMARVA NOW - 2017-09-17 20:23:04

Candidates Line Up To Fill Worcester Judicial Posts

SNOW HILL - The pool of applicants for two pending Worcester County Circuit Court judgeship vacancies has been released revealing a veritable who's who among the Lower Shore legal community. Venerable long-time Worcester County Circuit Court Judge Thomas C. Groton officially retired in August, havin

THE DISPATCH - 2017-09-18 17:23:26

DNREC must toughen its protections

Allen Harim is partnering with Artesian to create a large wastewater treatment facility between its poultry operation in Harbeson and Milton. The facility will include large lagoons and spray irrigation. While this approach will remove effluent that for decades polluted Beaverdam Creek, it has neigh

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

NEW PRICE! This Ranch Won't Last!

Check out this move-in ready and affordable, single-story home in Southern Delaware. Priced right and in a great location on a quiet cul-de-sac in the well-kept community of Magnolia Meadows in Millsboro, this home with two bedrooms and two baths is close to the beaches and the resort towns of Lewes

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-18 07:00:00

UPDATE: Eight-month-old girl dies 4 days after Millsboro car crash

MILLSBORO, Del. - (AP) - An 8-month-old girl has died four days after the car she was riding in collided with a concrete truck. State police in Delaware said in a statement that the girl passed away Sunday. Elicha Saint Fleur had been rushed to A.I. DuPont Hospital in Wilmington following the accide

WMDT.COM - 2017-09-18 15:39:33

Epworth United Methodist Church to celebrate 120 years Sept. 24

Epworth United Methodist Church, circa 1995. In 1873, William McKinley was inaugurated as the 25th president. Thomas Edison was awarded a patent on his kinetographic camera, the forerunner to the motion picture camera. Locally, the Delaware Legislature approved the incorporation of The Rehoboth Beac

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

2017 ALS Walk is one for the record books

Members of the Fabulous Ellen team pose for a group photo on the Boardwalk. The 10th annual Rehoboth Beach Walk to Defeat ALS is one of the top events so far. Nearly 400 walkers trekked two miles on The Boardwalk early Sept. 9 to raise more than $110,000, the second-highest total over the past decad

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

Kneeling in comfort at All Saints' for nearly 40 years

Parishioners of All Saints' Episcopal Church in Rehoboth Beach can enjoy comfort while kneeling in prayer thanks to a group of churchwomen who commissioned a kneeler stitching project in the 1970s. A short history of the church reveals Mrs. Margaret English Genisi suggested making needlepoint hassoc

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

Rehoboth Museum offers Beach Replenishment: a Delicate Balancing Act Sept. 21

Beach replenishment, the practice of rebuilding beaches and dunes using sand taken from offshore or another site, is handled by the Army Corps of Engineers, with oversight by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. One DNREC administrator compares beach replenishment to repain

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-18 07:00:00

Kuhns faces impasse in Rehoboth

Commissioner Lisa Schlosser is sworn in by Alderman Court Judge Renee Bennett. RYAN MAVITY PHOTO Paul Kuhns was sworn in as Rehoboth Beach's new mayor at 7:02 p.m., Sept. 15 to a healthy ovation from a standing room only crowd at Rehoboth fire hall. He first recognized the service of his predecesso

CAPE GAZETTE - 2017-09-18 07:00:00