The Georgetown-Millsboro Rotary Club has launched its annual Flags for Heroes campaign, which honors past and present heroes who put their lives on the line every day, including military, first responders, firefighters and others.
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has issued a Notice of Administrative Penalty Assessment and Secretary’s Order to The H&K Group and River Asphalt LLC in Delmar for violations of its air permit and federal and state air quality regulations.
An additional stop sign and other warning signs will be added to the existing four-legged intersection of Daisey Road and Lynch Road/Main Street in Gumboro, according to the Delaware Department of Transportation.
The Third Annual Dewey Goes Pink 5K, held in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month on Oct. 5, raised $46,000 this year for the Barbara “Gugie” Montgomery Memorial Fund for the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition.
A public workshop will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. on Nov. 21 regarding the potential redevelopment of the former Vlasic Pickle site in Millsboro as a chicken processing plant. The workshop will be held at Millsboro Town Hall, 322 Wilson Highway.
Delaware’s farming future and long agricultural heritage were recently recognized by the Delaware Department of Agriculture in a ceremony honoring the newest participants in the state’s Young Farmers Program and the latest inductees into the Century Farm Program.
Following threats made last week by festival organizers to move out of the county, the Sussex County Council voted 3-2 at its Nov. 12 meeting to waive $1,000 from a bill to the Punkin Chunkin Association for the cost of public safety services at this year's event.