Oceans Calling Festival Underway in Ocean City


The first annual Oceans Calling Festival has just gotten underway in Ocean City. The gates open each day at noon. There is live entertainment on three stages throughout the day. For Festival-goers – there are also plenty of locations both around the festival venue and on the boardwalk for food, shopping or rides on the…

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Agriculture’s Economic Impact In Del. Highlighted On National Agriculture Day


In Delaware, agriculture remains the state’s number one industry, according to Governor John Carney.The Governor and Agriculture Secretary Michael Scuse cited a report Tuesday, Feeding the Economy, which shows that food and agriculture have a $21.7-billion economic impact and keep more than 122,000 people in Delaware employed. “Delaware has a rich farming history and this…

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‘Christmas For Thousands’ Will Feed About 3,000 Families


About 3,000 meals will be on their way to families in need after a day of packing at Mountaire Farms’ Selbyville plant Monday in support of “Christmas for Thousands.” The food drive followed up on the chicken company’s Thanksgiving for Thousands initiative. Volunteers packed 3,000 boxes that contained a Mountaire Farms roaster chicken, corn, yams,…

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Biden Welcome Center on I-95 to Partially Reopen Wednesday Morning


Some good news for truckers and drivers in Delaware – effective Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 6:00am, the Biden Welcome Center on I-95 in Newark will reopen to the public in a limited capacity. The center had closed operations on Tuesday, March 17, in response to the Coronavirus outbreak. The facility operator, HMS Host, has…

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Selbyville Man Arrested for Church Burglaries


A Selbyville man wanted for multiple burglaries to the Frankford United Methodist Church was arrested Tuesday night by Delaware State Police.  Police learned 32 year old Quinton Gordon was traveling north on Route 113 and he was stopped and arrested.  The three burglaries occurred between November 8th and 19th when food was eaten or taken…

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Dewey Beach Collecting Items for Hurricane Battered North Carolina


Hurricane Florence brought catastrophic flooding across North Carolina, and many people and pets have lost some if not all their belongings because of the storm. The Town of Dewey Beach has reached out to non-profit organizations in North Carolina, and compiled a list of items that are still needed. Items are being collected at the…

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20th Annual Blessing of the Combines in Snow Hill


The 20th Annual Blessing of the Combines will take place Saturday morning in downtown Snow Hill.  This honors the agricultural community and Maryland Ag Secretary Joe Bartenfelder will be the keynote speaker.  The fun begins at 10am with music and other activities and the Parade of Combines sets off down Route 12 to Green Street…

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