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Delaware Senators Oppose Offshore Oil Drilling Survey Permits

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Both Delaware Democratic senators have sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Commerce to oppose the issuance of five permits that would plan for seismic surveys off of Delaware's coast. More>>

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Rosenstein: 'Mutual Respect' Needed for Confidence in Police

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks at the NAACP’s national convention Tuesday, July 25, 2017, in Baltimore. (Photo: AP) Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks at the NAACP’s national convention Tuesday, July 25, 2017, in Baltimore. (Photo: AP)
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Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told the nation's oldest civil rights organization on Tuesday that building public confidence in law enforcement "is one of our great challenges." More>>

Offender Fails to Return to Del. Correction Center

Jerome Barlow (Photo: Delaware DOC) Jerome Barlow (Photo: Delaware DOC)
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Correction officials in Delaware are looking for an offender who had a work pass, but failed to return to a correction center. More>>

Major Road Paving Work Set to Begin in Wicomico County

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Wicomico County has budgeted $4.5 million for repaving county roads in fiscal year 2018. Preparation for the work began July 1, and a majority of the work is expected to begin this fall. More>>

92nd Annual Chincoteague Pony Swim Wednesday Morning

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Wednesday morning's 92nd Annual Chincoteague Pony Swim will be one of the earliest in many years, according to organizers. 

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"Grandparent Scam" Hits Wicomico County

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WICOMICO COUNTY, Md. -- The Wicomico County Sheriff's Office is warning residents of two scams sweeping through the county, one commonly known as the "grandparent scam." More>>

Delaware Substance Abuse Director Resigns, Replacement Named

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The director of the Delaware Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health has resigned. More>>

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  • Rosenstein: 'Mutual Respect' Needed for Confidence in Police

    Rosenstein: 'Mutual Respect' Needed for Confidence in Police

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 3:15 PM EDT2017-07-25 19:15:59 GMT
    Tuesday, July 25 2017 3:15 PM EDT2017-07-25 19:15:59 GMT
    Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks at the NAACP’s national convention Tuesday, July 25, 2017, in Baltimore. (Photo: AP)Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein speaks at the NAACP’s national convention Tuesday, July 25, 2017, in Baltimore. (Photo: AP)
    Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told the nation's oldest civil rights organization on Tuesday that building public confidence in law enforcement "is one of our great challenges."More
    Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told the nation's oldest civil rights organization on Tuesday that building public confidence in law enforcement "is one of our great challenges."More
  • Major Road Paving Work Set to Begin in Wicomico County

    Major Road Paving Work Set to Begin in Wicomico County

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 2:51 PM EDT2017-07-25 18:51:36 GMT
    Tuesday, July 25 2017 2:51 PM EDT2017-07-25 18:51:36 GMT
    Wicomico County has budgeted $4.5 million for repaving county roads in fiscal year 2018. Preparation for the work began July 1, and a majority of the work is expected to begin this fall.More
    Wicomico County has budgeted $4.5 million for repaving county roads in fiscal year 2018. Preparation for the work began July 1, and a majority of the work is expected to begin this fall.More
  • Symposium Tackles Opioid Epidemic in Salisbury

    Symposium Tackles Opioid Epidemic in Salisbury

    07/18/2017 17:38:00 -04:002017-07-18 21:38:00 GMT
    Tuesday, July 18 2017 5:38 PM EDT2017-07-18 21:38:46 GMT
    A panel of community leaders held an opioid and addiction coalition at Salisbury University (Photo: WBOC)A panel of community leaders held an opioid and addiction coalition at Salisbury University (Photo: WBOC)
    SALISBURY, Md.-- The spotlight was shown today on the growing opioid epidemic taking place across Delmarva. A regional opioid and addiction coalition held a symposium at Salisbury University to talk about treatments and possible recovery initiatives.CommMore
    SALISBURY, Md.-- The spotlight was shown today on the growing opioid epidemic taking place across Delmarva. A regional opioid and addiction coalition held a symposium at Salisbury University to talk about treatments and possible recovery initiatives.CommMore
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  • 92nd Annual Chincoteague Pony Swim Wednesday Morning

    92nd Annual Chincoteague Pony Swim Wednesday Morning

    Tuesday, July 25 2017 1:42 PM EDT2017-07-25 17:42:29 GMT
    Tuesday, July 25 2017 2:04 PM EDT2017-07-25 18:04:04 GMT

    Wednesday morning's 92nd Annual Chincoteague Island Pony Swim will be one of the earliest in many years, according to organizers. 

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    Wednesday morning's 92nd Annual Chincoteague Pony Swim will be one of the earliest in many years, according to organizers. 

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  • Virginia Town Loses Fire Department

    Virginia Town Loses Fire Department

    07/19/2017 21:24:00 -04:002017-07-20 01:24:00 GMT
    Wednesday, July 19 2017 9:24 PM EDT2017-07-20 01:24:19 GMT
    Small Town in Virginia Loses Fire DepartmentSmall Town in Virginia Loses Fire Department
    The Accomack Board of Supervisors have voted, and with a 9-0 vote, decided to officially end the funding of the Onley Fire Department, meaning their doors are now closed to the public.More
    The Accomack Board of Supervisors have voted, and with a 9-0 vote, decided to officially end the funding of the Onley Fire Department, meaning their doors are now closed to the public.More
  • Federal Grant to Help Research Project on Coastal Flooding

    Federal Grant to Help Research Project on Coastal Flooding

    Wednesday, July 19 2017 10:07 AM EDT2017-07-19 14:07:39 GMT
    Wednesday, July 19 2017 10:07 AM EDT2017-07-19 14:07:39 GMT
    The Virginia Institute of Marine Science is being awarded nearly $835,000 in federal funds for a project intended to help coastal Virginia communities reduce the impacts of flooding.More
    The Virginia Institute of Marine Science is being awarded nearly $835,000 in federal funds for a project intended to help coastal Virginia communities reduce the impacts of flooding.More
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