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Rehoboth Deals with More Protesters!

By Alan Henney / June 2, 2020
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A protest that supposedly got canceled at one point still drew about 90 participants Monday evening to downtown Rehoboth Beach. The organizer reportedly canceled the event after rumors circulated on social media suggesting that after the protest they would loot and burn the Outlet stores. The protesters — predominantly white folks — chanted and marched…

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Former Commissioner Stan Mills Files to Run Against Mayor Paul Kuhns

By Alan Henney / June 1, 2020
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Former Rehoboth Beach Commissioner Stan Mills announced today that he has filed to run against incumbent Mayor Paul Kuhns for his seat. After serving 12 years as Rehoboth Beach commissioner, Mills decided last summer to take a break and did not run for another term as commissioner. But now he is back seeking the town’s…

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First Jet-Ski Accident of Season for O.C.

By Alan Henney / June 1, 2020
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A teenage girl was critically injured just before 3:40 p.m. this past Saturday while on a Jet-Ski in the Assawoman Bay near 125th Street in Ocean City. According to the Maryland Natural Resources Police, it was determined that the Jet-Ski two teens had been riding on collided with a center-console boat. One of the teens…

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Seabird Rescued after Fishing Gear Entanglement

By Alan Henney / June 1, 2020
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What Is Next for the Rehoboth Avenue Barricades?

By Alan Henney / June 1, 2020
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Last week, city commissioners approved a plan to install barricades along Rehoboth Avenue in an effort to help town restaurants that apply for outdoor seating. The barricades started going up on Rehoboth Avenue early Friday. “The goal is to aid social distancing and allow restaurants to expand with outdoor dining,” explains Comm. Susan Gay. “I…

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Updated: Officials Investigate Lake Gerar Algae Bloom

By Alan Henney / May 29, 2020
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This past week, visitors to Lake Gerar in Rehoboth Beach have noticed that the water had turned a bluish-green with a foamy white substance on the surface. Photo courtesy Stan Mills On Wednesday, a DNREC emergency response crew was in town on Oak Avenue investigating. Michael Globetti, DNREC spokesman, says they determined that this was a naturally…

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Miracle: Local Restaurateur Survives Coronavirus

By Alan Henney / May 26, 2020
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Darryl Ciarlante-Zuber spent 30 days in ICU including 23 days on a vent. Darryl and Joe Ciarlante-Zuber, the restaurateurs behind Diego’s Hideaway and the original Dos Locos, have an incredible story to share about Darryl surviving 54 days in the hospital and rehab after he contracted Coronavirus in March. During that time, he spent 30 days in ICU,…

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Popular Nightspots Struggle with New Rules

By Alan Henney / May 26, 2020
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Bars and nightclubs at the beach are having their own challenges. That’s Bryan Derrickson, on the right, talking with two agents from the Delaware Alcohol and Tobacco Enforcement (DATE) this past Friday night. Initially, Rehoboth Beach police came to his Conch Island Key West Bar and Grill around 6 p.m. to discuss the crowd that had gathered outside his…

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Funland Not Open for First Memorial Day Weekend in Its History

By Alan Henney / May 23, 2020
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Funland has never before been closed on Memorial Day Weekend. Traditionally, says Christopher Darr, Funland personnel manager, “this weekend is one of the busiest of the summer and begins the 109-day sprint to Labor Day which encompasses the majority of our season.” “Like so many others in Rehoboth Beach, we at Funland realize we may…

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Incumbents Win in Close Dewey Beach Commissioner Race!

By Alan Henney / September 21, 2019
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MeterLESS Monday Begins Today in Downtown Rehoboth Beach!

By Alan Henney / September 16, 2019
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It is that day of the year that locals (and business owners) look forward to — the beginning of free parking for downtown Rehoboth Beach. As of today, motorists will no longer be required to feed parking meters (or parking kiosks) or display parking permits. This will continue through the Thursday prior to Memorial Day…

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Sperm Whale Washes Ashore Early Sunday in North Ocean City, Dies

By Alan Henney / September 15, 2019
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Officials from the National Aquarium say the sperm whale that was reported stranded along the shoreline in front of the High Point South Condos early Sunday has died. As the lead responder for live whale/cetacean strandings in the State of Maryland, the National Aquarium dispatched a team to Ocean City Sunday where the small whale…

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Dewey Police “Tase” and Arrest Assault Suspect at North Beach

By Alan Henney / September 15, 2019
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Dewey Beach police had been called to North Beach around 12:40 a.m. Saturday for an EMS call when they found a disorderly group at the entrance to the popular nightclub. Upon speaking to the individuals, who had just been ejected, they stated that a man had offensively touched a woman’s buttocks. An argument ensued and…

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UPDATED: Judge Jane Brady New Delaware GOP Chair

By Alan Henney / May 4, 2019
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Another hat for Judge Jane Brady – the former State Attorney General has been easily elected as the next State Chair of the Delaware GOP during today’s convention in Newark.  Brady will chair the State GOP for the next two years, with Debbie Hudson as her Vice Chair.  The rest of the Leadership team, Treasurer…

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UPDATED: Overpass Bridge Near DAFB Dedicated Today

By Alan Henney / October 12, 2018
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A bridge on Route 1 between Dover Air Force Base and the base housing got a new name his afternoon.  DelDOT will name the bridge for Senior Airman Elizabeth Loncki, the first Delaware woman who was killed in Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Signs marking the bridge were unveiled during this afternoon’s ceremony.  

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Shots Fired into Kelly Circle Home Near Seaford

By Alan Henney / October 1, 2018
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Delaware State Police were called for shots fired on Kelly Circle east of Seaford Sunday afternoon just after 2. Police say someone banged on the front door of a home and when the 35 year old male resident answered the door, one of the supsects was holding a firearm – and fired two rounds into…

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