More Restaurant Surprises Coming to Downtown Rehoboth

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It was a bittersweet last weekend for Nicola Pizza. The sign from the Rehoboth Avenue restaurant was taken down last week, and the last day the restaurant was open to the public was on Labor Day. Kelly Munyan, the manager, says they will now start the move to the new restaurant with a target opening…

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Rehoboth Meterless Mondays Continue Into Mid-Sept.

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Rehoboth Beach plans to extend Meterless Mondays into mid-September. Parking will be free each Monday between 4:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. Mayor Paul Kuhns says it’s an effort to draw in more visitors to patronize stores and restaurants that have lost revenues because of the coronavirus pandemic. Rehoboth Beach Commissioners last week voted to extend…

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Rehoboth Candidates to Appear on Mike Bradley’s Morning Show this Week

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ONLY 19 DAYS TO REHOBOTH ELECTION DAY! The annual Rehoboth Beach Homeowners’ Association/CAMP Rehoboth candidate forum was held this past Saturday before an online audience. The two+ hour forum is available for viewing on the CAMP Rehoboth Facebook page. Topics covered included Covid, city finances, transparency, infrastructure, beach tags, assisting the business community, 5G antenna sites, waste-water treatment…

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Online Forums Schedule for R.B. Candidates

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Gone are the days when candidates would wait until after Independence Day to start inserting their campaign signs! The colorful signs have been popping up like mushrooms the past couple of weeks all across town. This year most voters will most likely have to rely on one of two Internet forums to “meet” the candidates. Charlie Browne, Rehoboth…

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Governor Signs Bill at Rehoboth Bandstand Protecting Delaware from Offshore Drilling

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Governor John Carney joined state and local officials, tourism, marine, fishing, and environmental advocates at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand today to sign two pieces of legislation aimed at protecting Delaware’s coastline and coastal economy from offshore drilling. “An oil spill of some sort could negatively impact the fragile tidal wetlands and ocean beaches, and habitat…

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Rehoboth Beach Museum Reopens After 2nd-Floor Expansion Project!

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The Rehoboth Beach Museum officially reopened this past weekend after an eight-month-long construction project that renovated its second floor. The construction project first started in 2005-06, says Paul Kuhns, Rehoboth Museum president and Rehoboth Beach mayor. At that time, Mayor Kuhns explained, they took the “old ice house” and started construction by building a new…

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