Monday’s dreary weather may have driven the 30th Annual Caroling on The Circle event indoors; but more than 300 people packed the Georgetown fire hall and brought with them more than 20,000 canned goods and nonperishable items for Sussex...
Throughout Delaware, hundreds of employees and trucks from the Delaware Department of Transportation are treating roadways and bridges to prevent accumulation of ice or snow, according to officials.
Due to inclement weather, all Indian River School District schools will close two hours early today.
Two men were arrested Dec. 6 while they were in the middle of burglarizing a Millsboro home, and one was connected to a dozen other area burglaries.
The annual Georgetown Christmas Parade, hosted by the Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce, was held Dec. 5. Folks from all over Sussex County flocked to The Circle for the show, this year themed "A Hollywood Christmas." Parade participants were asked...
A 45-year-old Georgetown man was arrested Dec. 4 after he led police on a two-hour high speed chase through Sussex County.
Budding and immensely-gifted opera singers from Washington National Opera's Domingo-Cafritz Young Artist Program will perform a concert giftwrapped in holiday cheer, along with other musical styles, at Delaware Technical Community College's Owens Campus...
With Christmas just a few weeks away, Sussex families are flocking to local tree farms to pick out the living room centerpiece under which presents will sit and memories will be made.
In an effort to retain its students, the Indian River School District has invested about $18,000 in a publicity campaign to showcase its programs and accomplishments.
Antique hunters can now add Georgetown’s new Attic Treasures to their Sussex County circuit.
Polish off those Thanksgiving leftovers and shift that holiday cheer into full throttle because the coming week in Sussex County is packed with opportunities to ring in the season.
Sussex County Habitat for Humanity is recruiting local women to participate in a series of events as part of the International Habitat program Women Build.
The Delaware State Police is investigating a Dec. 2 home invasion robbery that occurred in the 28000 block of Lewes Georgetown Highway in Lewes.
The results of an environmental investigation conducted by state officials at the former Vlasic Pickle plant in Dagsboro were presented to concerned residents at a recent public workshop.
Despite mounting opposition from residents and local elected officials, the Social Security Administration office in Georgetown will relocate to Lewes this summer.
Officials from Sussex Technical School District will meet with the state’s Preliminary Land Use Service today in Dover to review potential sites for construction of a new high school in Georgetown.
Approval of a preliminary site plan at a recent Georgetown Planning Commission meeting has Primeros Pasos one step closer to construction of a permanent facility on Savannah Road.
The holiday shopping season kicks off this weekend and officials are reminding gift-seekers to not overlook local businesses, especially on Small Business Saturday.
The Futrelle sisters won't have a white Christmas this winter. Then again, that's not a surprise when you're living in the itty-bitty town of Fayro, Texas.
The Delaware Board of Funeral Services voted Tuesday to suspend the license of a Bridgeville funeral director after she was arrested earlier this month for stealing over $9,000 from the estate of a deceased client.
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