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Andrew West posted Dover veteran plans a 104-mile walk of faith in Delaware in From the Delaware State News Editor at 06:05PM on October 16, 2014

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CAMDEN-WYOMING — May 22 is a day that Robert Dolga and his wife, Barbara Smith-Morlock, will never forget. That’s the day 10 to 15 properties sustained damage from an EF-1 twister which swept through Luther Marvel Drive, Tower Road and Darling Drive in the Marydel/Hartly area. “At 4:35 p.m. we had everything, and at 4:37 p.m. it was gone instantly,” … Read more
SMYRNA — A 32-year-old woman was arrested for the second time this month after investigation into her children allegedly being left unsupervised and locked out of their home for several hours, Smyrna police said. In the second alleged incident on Wednesday officers went to a residence in the 300 block of Artic Lane after concerned citizens called about the welfare … Read more
SMYRNA — For a football team losing a lot of games, facing the entire school on Monday isn’t something to look forward to.  It’s much better seeing the entire student body after a victory.  Dover’s junior quarterback Triston Harris threw for two touchdowns and ran for a pair as the Senators snapped a six-game losing streak with a 41-22 Henlopen Conference Northern … Read more
MILFORD ­­— Milford residents take pride in the heritage and community behind Downtown Milford. Between the arts, events, restaurants, and the Riverwalk, the downtown area has something for everyone. Even wildlife. “We’re so natural, even the wildlife shop here,” EcoChic owner Teri Carter said after a deer found its way through her front door early Saturday morning. When Ms. Carter … Read more
GEORGETOWN — Voluntary — not mandatory. Sussex County is taking a voluntary “freeboard” route to structure elevation above base requirements in unincorporated flood prone areas in landing state and federal approval by a mid-March 2015 deadline. County Council Oct. 21 unanimously supported staff recommendations calling for voluntary freeboard requirement, while also recommending — but not mandating — up to two … Read more
LEWES – It was supposed to be a shootout between two rivals to determine the Henlopen North championship. Instead, visiting Sussex Tech ran away with a lopsided victory and its first division title since 2009 with a 49-13 win over host Cape Henlopen Friday night in front of a crowd of more than 5,000. Ravens senior Kani Kane scored six … Read more