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DE Caucus on Aging to Hold Inaugural Meeting in Dover on Thursday

By Mari Lou / February 12, 2024
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The newly formed Caucus on Aging will hold its inaugural meeting on Thursday (Feb 15) in the House Hearing Room at Legislative Hall. The meeting begins at 11am – and is open to the public – you can attend in person or virtually. This is a bipartisan forum that will meet regularly to discuss issues…

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Salisbury Road Work on Circle & Camden Avenues Monday

By Mari Lou / February 11, 2024
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As part of the Department of Infrastructure and Development’s ongoing effort to keep the public informed of improvements within the City of Salisbury, please be advised that on Monday, Feb. 12, a portion of Circle Avenue beside Unity Square will be closed to through traffic. Camden Avenue will be closed, from Division Street to the…

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Talk of Delmarva Radio Flea Market 2-10-24

By Mari Lou / February 10, 2024
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Felton Driver Cited after Crash on Route 24 Near Angola

By Mari Lou / February 10, 2024
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A Felton man has been cited after he collided with a Mazda in the intersection at Route 24 and Hollymount Road in Angola just before 1pm Friday. Delaware State Police tell the Talk of Delmarva that the 21 year old man from Felton was westbound in a truck on Route 24 and approaching the intersection.…

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Firefighters Battle Field Fire North of Millsboro Friday

By Mari Lou / February 10, 2024
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MERR Rescues Seal Pup from Beach in Bethany Friday

By Mari Lou / February 9, 2024
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MERR officials were contacted Thursday by a resident of Bethany Beach who spotted a seal pup on the shoreline in front of Sea Colony. MERR found the female seal alert and active, but underweight in in need of nourishment. A rescue team from MERR secured transport Friday to Brigantine, NJ where the Marine Mammal Stranding…

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DSHA Director Eugene Young to Step Down Next Month

By Mari Lou / February 9, 2024
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At the end of his FY 2025 Budget request before the Joint Finance Committee on Thursday, Director of the Delaware State Housing Authority, Eugene Young announced that he would be stepping down from his position next month. Last July Young announced his intent to run for Delaware’s lone seat in the US Congress. Young is…

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Emergency Regulations for Striped Bass Now in Effect in Maryland

By Mari Lou / February 9, 2024
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Emergency striped bass regulations have been approved and became effective on Friday. These emergency regulations are an effort to bolster the species spawning population and will extend the periods of closure to recreational striped bass fishing in the Maryland portion of the Chesapeake Bay. Targeting of striped bass will be prohibited from April 1 to…

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VIDEO: Former MD Gov Larry Hogan to Run for US Senate

By Mari Lou / February 9, 2024
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Former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan (R) two years ago said he would not run for the US Senate, but this morning Hogan announced on his Facebook page that he would make a run for the U.S. Senate – “not to serve one party – but to stand up to both parties, fight for Maryland, and…

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Hartly Childcare Employee Charged with Multiple Charges of Child Abuse

By Mari Lou / February 9, 2024
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A Dover woman has been arrested on multiple child abuse charges following an on-going investigation. Delaware State Police need your help to identify potential victims associated with the investigation. Staff at the Hartly Learning Academy notified police in December about possible physical abuse to a child by a former childcare employee identified as 24 year…

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Talk of Delmarva Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / February 7, 2024
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Charles – Indian River – South Shore from Indian River Marina. Click for full view

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UPDATED: Sussex County Council Receives Update from DelDOT & Introduced Proposed Ordinance Related to Marijuana Establishments

By Mari Lou / February 6, 2024
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UPDATED – 02/06/24 – 5pm – Sussex County Council has introduced a motion that would regulate marijuana establishments in Sussex County. House Bill 2, which was approved by the General Assembly last session. The measure allows municipalities to prohibit manufacturing, cultivation, testing and retail facilities, however Sussex County can only regulate them. Assistant County Attorney,…

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DSP Investigate Home Invasion Robbery in Dover

By Mari Lou / February 6, 2024
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Delaware State Police are investigating a home invasion robbery Sunday night in Dover around 11 on Vanessa Drive. Investigation revealed that two suspects forced entry into the home, which was occupied by three adults and four children, and demanded money. One of the suspects showed a firearm. The victims complied and the suspects left with…

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Felton Woman Arrested for Theft & Conspiracy

By Mari Lou / February 6, 2024
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Felton Police have arrested a woman wanted on charges of theft by false pretense and 3rd degree conspiracy. In May of last year, Felton Police were called to the Felton Royal Farms for a late reported internal theft. Investigation showed that a former employee scanned items to purchase using her personal debit card, taking the…

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Parking Goes Automated at Circle Ave Parking Garage Thursday in Salisbury

By Mari Lou / February 6, 2024
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The Circle Avenue Parking Garage in Salisbury will begin a new system on Thursday – using the new license plate reader system. The garage will shift to the license plate readers for permit holders. Hourly parkers will pull a ticket. Access in and out of the garage will be regulated by the readers. More from…

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Federalsburg Garbage Can Replacement Project begins this Week

By Mari Lou / February 6, 2024
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Former Capital School District Employee Charged with Child Abuse after Incident Last October

By Mari Lou / February 6, 2024
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A Felton man has been arrested following an investigation into an incident of child abuse that occurred last fall at William Henry Middle School in Dover. Last October the School Resource Officer was notified of an incident involving Powell and the victim – an 11 year old from Dover. It was reported that 55 year…

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3 Vehicle Crash Friday in Talbot County Leaves 1 Dead & 2 Injured

By Mari Lou / February 6, 2024
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A three vehicle crash on Dover Road in Talbot County Friday evening left a Preston, Maryland man dead. Maryland State Police say their preliminary investigation shows a Volvo driven by 32 year old David Kuzio of Preston was eastbound on Dover Road when his vehicle crossed the center line and struck a pickup truck driven…

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Talk of Delmarva Picture of the Day

By Mari Lou / February 6, 2024
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Brian Sullivan – Sunrise at North Shores in Rehoboth Beach. Click for full view

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DRBA Approves New Fare Schedule for Cape May-Lewes Ferry

By Mari Lou / February 5, 2024
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DSP Investigating Shooting Incident in Magnolia Early Friday Morning

By Mari Lou / February 5, 2024
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Delaware State Police are investigating a shooting incident that occurred around 3:30 Friday morning. Police contacted a woman at the Bayhealth Hospital Kent Campus who told them she was sleeping in her car on Terry Drive in Magnolia when she was approached by two black males wearing masks. One tried to open the car door…

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Expect Delays for Maintenance Openings on Rehoboth Ave Drawbridge Tuesday in Rehoboth Beach

By Mari Lou / February 5, 2024
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Rehoboth Beach officials say routine maintenance on the Rehoboth Avenue drawbridge has been scheduled by DelDOT for Tuesday, February 6th. Maintenance openings of the drawbridge will begin around 10am.

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Stockton Camper Fire Leaves 1 Person Dead

By Mari Lou / February 4, 2024
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DSP Investigating Fatal Hit & Run Near Georgetown Saturday Night

By Mari Lou / February 4, 2024
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The investigation into a hit and run crash Saturday night continues in Georgetown. Delaware State Police say just after 10pm the driver of a Chevy pickup truck was westbound on Wilson Road, but did not remain stopped at the red light and entered the intersection in front of a Chevy HHR and a Dodge Ram.…

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Headed to Philly? PennDOT has Closed Section of I-95 in City Center until Monday Morning

By Mari Lou / February 4, 2024
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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) announced today that northbound Interstate 95 will be closed and detoured from Saturday evening, February 3, to Monday morning, February 5, between Columbus Boulevard (Exit 20) and Interstate 676 (Exit 22). This closure comes as PennDOT begins partial demolition of the existing concrete covering over I-95 between Chestnut and…

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