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Blood Bank of Delmarva

The Blood Bank of Delmarva and City of Rehoboth Beach are partnering on a blood drive for the first time.


The Woodland Ferry that travels the Nanticoke River in Seaford will be out-of-action until this summer.

Courtesy of the Delaware Forest Service

As the weather gets warmer, more Delawareans spend time outdoors - cooking, camping, barbequing and clearing winter debris from their yards. But some open burning is now prohibited in the First State.

 


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The Indian River School District tries again Tuesday to get residents to back a tax referendum - but it’s a scaled back request.

First State Republicans voted in new leadership over the weekend.

 

Former Delaware Attorney General and Superior Court Judge Jane Brady is the new chair of Delaware’s Republican Party.


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Punkin’ Chunkin is a step closer to leaving Delaware behind.

 

Punkin Chunkin could be on its way to Maryland, according to the event’s president Frank Payton.

 


Example of a restored painting, “Easter Flowers,” oil on canvas, by Ethel P.B. Leach (RAL Photo)

In recognition of Preservation Month in May, the Rehoboth Art League (RAL) presents “Preservation Matters” later this month.


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There will not be an election this year for the Georgetown Town Council.

 

City of Milford

The City of Milford has a new City councilman.

 

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The next Drug Take-Back Day is Saturday, offering Delawareans another opportunity to dispose of prescription drugs they no longer need.

 


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