Goucher College Releases Poll of Md. Likely Voters

A poll of likely Maryland voters finds a lot of support for the Biden-Harris ticket.Goucher College surveyed 1,002 Marylanders and 776 were identified as likely voters.61% of those surveyed said they would vote for Joe Biden for President, and 30% favored President Donald Trump.Goucher College also asked likely voters their preferred method of casting a…

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Sussex Tech Delays Graduation Ceremony

Sussex Tech’s goal all along has been to hold a traditional in-person graduation ceremony and give the seniors the recognition that they deserve. This week, the Board of Education voted unanimously to delay the graduation ceremony until information is received on when restrictions may be lifted. This means that the graduation ceremony could take place…

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Delaware among the least friendliest states, travel survey suggests


The First State is far from first when it comes to friendliness, according to a new survey that found Delaware to be one the least friendliest states in the nation. BIG 7 travel company released the results of a new survey that ranked Delaware as the 48th friendliest state in the country, just ahead of…

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Your Input Needed as Rehoboth Updated Comprehensive Development Plan


The City of Rehoboth Beach is updating its Comprehensive Development Plan.  This is a state-mandated principal document outlining the City’s goals and policies regarding future growth and management of all resources. Your input is vital in shaping the future of the City, and three separate survey options – community, business, and visitor – have been…

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Volunteers Needed for 2019 Inshore Fish & Blue Crab Survey

Your help is needed to assist with the 2019 Inshore Fish and Blue Crab Survey.  The Delaware Center for Inland Bays is looking for volunteers and will hold a volunteer orientation on Monday, March 18 at 5pm at their offices on Inlet Road south of Dewey Beach – on the north side of the Indian…

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