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4 Arrested after Greenwood Drug Investigation

By Mari Lou / October 4, 2019
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Four people have been arrested in Greenwood after Delaware State Police executed a search warrant at a home on Hickman Road.  The search ended a 2-month drug investigation with the arrest of 27 year old Demond Anderson, 55 year old Karen Clineff, 35 year old Steven R. Keely and 58 year old Steven C. Keeley,…

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-4-19

By Mari Lou / October 4, 2019
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Boys and girls, it looks like a bumpy ride all the way through the weekend.  Small craft advisories are already up for Friday and may not be down on the ocean until sometime next week.  Seas on the bay won’t drop below three feet all weekend and that will not be very pleasant for small…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 4, 2019
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Unknown – Ocean View – Baby at rest / Click for full view

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-3-19

By Mari Lou / October 3, 2019
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Wednesday was hot and humid with small craft advisories up for high seas on the ocean. Amanda at Lewes Harbour Marina said Ralph Short fished on the Fish Whistle with Captain Charlie Horning and caught a 94.2-pound wahoo.  Brian Gilbert fished on the Katydid with Captain Brent Wiest and caught a 6.7-pound flounder and a…

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Salute the Troops – US Army Cpl. Lawrence T. McDowell

By Mari Lou / October 2, 2019
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WGMD Fishing Report 10-2-19

By Mari Lou / October 2, 2019
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Monday was another day of small craft advisories for the ocean, but several boats went out anyway. Tommy at Lewes Harbour Marina said the Katydid fished ocean structure for a limit of sea bass, five flounder to 6.76 pounds and four triggerfish. Lighthouse View Tackle on the fishing pier at Cape Henlopen State Park did…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 2, 2019
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Kelly Brown – at the Lewes Canal – the January Super Moon / Click for full view

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Senator Carozza Joins with Mayor Meehan to Take Action to Protect Ocean City after Weekend of Destruction

By Mari Lou / October 1, 2019
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Senator Mary Beth Carozza (District 38) is vowing to work with Ocean City officials, law enforcement, her colleagues in the legislature, and the Hogan Administration to take action in response to the havoc and destruction caused by H2Oi participants in Ocean City Maryland last weekend. “I join with Mayor Meehan and all our community stakeholders,…

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Sussex County Council Gets a Lesson on Roberts Rules of Order & Approves an Amended Change of Zone Application

By Mari Lou / October 1, 2019
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The Sussex County Council had a demonstration by the Sussex Central FFA Parliamentarian Procedure Team. The team will be competing in a national competition at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis in a few weeks. The Sussex County Council provided a grant for them. Their advisor, Kara Kochis, tells the council the team must successfully…

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WGMD Fishing Report 10-1-19

By Mari Lou / October 1, 2019
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Monday saw small craft advisories up for the ocean with seas of three to five feet. Over the weekend Old Inlet Bait and Tackle held their 22nd Annual Seashore Fall Surf Fishing Classic.  Floyd “Morty” Morton took first place in the Open Division with 150 points winning $800 and a bronze trophy.  Donna Guttridge was…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / October 1, 2019
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Matt Trucks – Cape May-Lewes Ferry / Click for full view

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WGMD Fishing Report 9-30-19

By Mari Lou / September 30, 2019
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Sunday saw good fishing weather and it looks good for most of the coming week. DNREC’s Fish and Wildlife Department has issued two possible choices for cobia regulations that will be in effect during the 2020 season.  Right now, Delaware has no cobia regulations and cobia are not allowed to be harvested in the federal…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / September 30, 2019
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Jane Bardon-Slaughter Beach – Beach Skiing / Click for full view

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Bay Bridge Construction & Backups to Become the Norm for the Duration

By Mari Lou / September 29, 2019
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Beginning on Monday drivers using the Bay Bridge will find the westbound right lane closed and two way operations on the westbound bridge halted because of the narrower lane configuration.   Maryland Transportation warn drivers that major delays in both directions will occur during morning and afternoon rush hour periods.  However, the MDTA also has announced…

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OC’s Mayor Meehan Furious Over Unruly Crowds in Resort this Weekend

By Mari Lou / September 29, 2019
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While the official car event moved to Atlantic City – many still return to Ocean City where the event has been unsanctioned. City officials have put a Special Event Zone in place to reduce speeds and increase fines for violators, however Saturday evening a large crowd gathered in the area of 13th and 14th Streets…

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1 Injured after Assault at Thirsty’s in Salisbury

By Mari Lou / September 29, 2019
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Last Sunday evening, September 22, Salisbury Police were called to Thirsty’s for an assault involving baseball bats.  Police learned the victim was pumping gas when three men assaulted him.  With help from witnesses the suspects were identified as 48 year old Shawn Saunders and 50 year old Clarence Pruitt who were arrested.  The third suspect,…

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New Laws in Maryland – Beginning Tuesday, October 1st

By Mari Lou / September 29, 2019
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Many new laws will take effect on Tuesday in Maryland – this is just a sampling of what changes residents in the Free State will have to adapt to. On Tuesday the legal age to purchase all tobacco products in Maryland – cigars, cigarettes, chewless tobacco and electronic smoking devices – is 21.  Only active-duty…

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WGMD Fishing Report 9-29-19

By Mari Lou / September 29, 2019
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Saturday was a bit rough in the ocean, but the bay was fishable even for trailer boats. The Fish Bound out of Ocean City had a flounder trip last Wednesday and ended up catching triggerfish and sea bass.  This boat has a well-deserved reputation for catching flounder and when they can’t find them the fish…

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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / September 29, 2019
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Joel Hoffman-Sunrise at Sea Colony in Bethany Beach / Click for full view

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WGMD Radio Flea Market 9-28-19

By Mari Lou / September 28, 2019
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Jamie – 302684-4513 OR Marge – 302-663-9721  –  EVENT – St. George’s Church in Harbeson GIANT Yard sale – 8am-2pm Dale – 302-228-5984 – Hungarian China Full Set – Never Used – $300 – 1975 & 76 Harley Davidson Ultra Glide – $9000 For Both Ron – 410-430-7882 – 2009 IllumaCraft W. Factory Floor –…

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WGMD Fishing Report 9-28-19

By Mari Lou / September 28, 2019
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Friday was a good day for fishing with moderate wind and seas.  Saturday looks a bit bumpy in the ocean, but the bay should be fine.  Sunday looks to be good where ever you wish to fish. On Thursday the Katydid fished the bay and caught blowfish, blues triggers and a 10.52-pound sheepshead. Dave at…

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DSP Make Arrest in Multiple Thefts

By Mari Lou / September 28, 2019
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WGMD Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / September 28, 2019
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Anthony Manuel-Bethany Beach – Gull just legal on the sign instead of the dunes! / Click for full view

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38 New Correctional Officers Begin Work Next Week

By Mari Lou / September 27, 2019
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It was graduation day for the 233rd Correctional Employee Initial Training Academy as 38 new Correctional Officer cadets took their oaths of office.  The cadets have completed an intensive 12-week program of classroom and hands-on instruction in multiple subject areas.  The graduates begin their new careers with the DOC next week. 

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UPDATED: Jury finds Clay Conaway Guilty of 4th Degree Rape

By Mari Lou / September 27, 2019
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UPDATED 9/27/19 – 2pm – A jury has found 23 year old Clay Conaway guilty of 4th degree rape after an incident on June 20, 2018.  Conaway met the victim on a dating app – but they two didn’t meet or talk face to face until their meeting on June 20th at his Georgetown home. …

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