With the spring birthing season well under way, hundreds of newborn kittens will soon be in need of forever homes in Sussex County.
Two Sunday services will pay tribute to local service men and women this Memorial Day weekend in Georgetown.
Local nature enthusiasts now have even more land to explore, as the state has completed the $595,000 purchase of the Wilson Farm, an 85-acre parcel of forestland that will become part of Redden State Forest near Georgetown.
Leolga Wright, the incumbent in this year’s Indian River School District board of education election, secured her District 3 seat on May 14 in a landslide victory.
You won't need your swimsuit when diving into the opening reception of painter Ron Lightcap's realistic aquatic works on exhibit at The Upper Crust on Thursday.
You didn't hear the familiar glorified tales of sex, drugs and violence that anchors popular music during Delaware Teen Idol auditions for Sussex County.
Graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2013 at Sussex Technical High School in Georgetown will take place on May 30, rain or shine.
A memorial sign will be erected in Milton on June 4 to pay tribute to Tpr. Kevin J. Mallon, who was killed in the line of duty on March 20, 1990.
A 31-year-old Laurel man was arrested on May 19 for allegedly shoplifting from the Georgetown Wal-Mart.
Two Georgetown residents were arrested on May 19 following a fight that reportedly occurred around 8 p.m. on Cedar Street.
The Delaware State Police has issued a Homeless Sex Offender Public Notification for 41-year-old Edward Thornton of Georgetown.
Laura Schneider of Phillip C. Showell Elementary School in Selbyville has been named Delaware's National Distinguished Principal for 2013.