Fire Damages Snow Hill Home Wednesday Evening

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A Snow Hill family is being assisted by the American Red Cross after fire damaged their West Market Street home Wednesday evening. Firefighters were called just after 7pm and found a two-story single-family home with fire showing on several sides. Officials from the Worcester County Fire Marshal’s office investigated and found the fire was accidental…

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UD Reinstates Mask Requirement At Indoor Public Spaces

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The University of Delaware is reinstating a requirement that masks be worn inall indoor spaces, effective today (Tuesday) at 8:00 a.m.The action is being taken in response to rising numbers of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations around the country. The mandate comes days before UD’s commencement in Newark, where President Joe Biden will address the graduates…

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DSP Looking to Solve Cold Case Fatal Hit & Run Crashes

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The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Units (CRU) based throughout the State are seeking the assistance with Cold Case Fatal Hit and Runs. The following are six cold case investigations the units have been working to solve, but have not had any leads or further information provided over the course of the years. DOVER –…

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Covid Town Hall “Covid – Managing the Mystery and Preparing for Uncertainty” – Wed, Oct 13

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Are current events surrounding Covid creating a sense of unease?  Delaware Medical Freedom Alliance (DEMFA) will present a Town Hall where accredited medical professionals will share cutting edge updates and a spokesperson from Australia will provide a report from “down under”. Open discussion of effective remedies and full disclosure of risk are the keys to…

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2 Upstate Care Facilities Report Multiple Coronavirus Cases

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The second Delawarean who died from complications with coronavirus was a resident of Little Sisters of the Poor in Newark.  Since then seven more residents have tested positive for the virus.  Public Health officials on Saturday said a second care facility – HarborChase – in Wilmington has six residents from a memory care unity who…

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

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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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DSP Honor Cpl Stephen Ballard with New Street Name at Troop 2

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Delaware State Police honored Cpl Stephen Ballard at Troop 2 in Newark yesterday with a sign dedication ceremony.  The signs will change the street name where the troop is located – as well as Keene Elementary School and Glasgow Park from LaGrange Avenue to Cpl Stephen Ballard Way.  Ballard was killed in 2017 when he…

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Worcester County Sheriff’s Deputy Charged with Assault & Child Abuse

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A suspended Worcester County Sheriff’s Deputy has been arrested on charges of 2nd degree assault and 2nd degree child abuse. Maryland State Police arrested 39 year old Deputy Christopher Barrs of Newark after a criminal investigation by State Police and the Department of Social Services. Sheriff Matt Crisafulli says his office began an internal investigation…

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Homeless Man Arrested in October Attempted Sexual Assault in Georgetown

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Police in Georgetown have arrested a man in connection with an attempted sexual assault last October on Albury Avenue.  Police say a 19 year old woman was asleep when an unknown man entered her bedroom, got into bed with her and held his hand over her mouth.  The victim was able to free herself and…

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Police Charge 1 Man for Counterfeiting, Still Looking for Second Suspect

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One man has been arrested by Rehoboth Beach Police in connection with counterfeit crimes in the resort in August.  Police arrested 21 year old Rasheed Cobb of Dover early Wednesday morning after he was identified on surveillance video passing counterfeit hundred dollar bills at five businesses on or near the Rehoboth Boardwalk.  Cobb is charged…

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63rd Annual DFRC Blue-Gold Game is Saturday!

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The 63rd Annual DFRC Blue-Gold Football Game will take place on Saturday evening.  The game will be played at the University of Delaware’s Tubby Raymond Field in Newark beginning at 6pm.  You can help to enrich the lives of Delawareans with intellectual disABILITIES.  Tickets for the game are available at dfrc.org 1:00 PM: Public Parking…

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Transformer Problem the Cause of Power Outage Saturday Morning

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Nearly 6000 residents from West Ocean City to Newark to just west of Berlin lost power Saturday just after 11am.  Over 5500 were customers of Delmarva Power – and about 470 members of Choptank Electric Cooperative.  According to Choptank’s Facebook page, Delmarva Power was having problems with a transformer that feeds the Ironshire Substation.  Delmarva…

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