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DOVER — Dave Gordon loves baseball — he always has and always will. Even the Dover High coach has his limits, however, to enjoying the game outdoors in the last days of winter and earliest of spring. “I don’t think about it much unless its the seventh inning of a scrimmage doubleheader or something like that,” Gordon said this week … Read more
DOVER — The Islamic Society of Central Delaware is seeking approval to open a community center in Dover. The city’s Development Advisory Committee reviewed a site development plan submitted by the group Wednesday morning. The ISOCDE is a non-profit organization which caters to the needs of Muslim families in Kent, Sussex and New Castle counties, according to its website. ISOCDE … Read more
DOVER — For all those threes he takes and makes, Jordan Allen’s biggest bucket came from right under the basket on Wednesday night.  Allen’s putback off a missed free throw helped hold off a furious rally by Delmar High as Dover High advanced in the DIAA boys’ basketball tournament.  Allen led Dover with a game-high 34 points as the 12th-seeded Senators edged … Read more
SUSSEX COUNTY — Less than three weeks from the official start of spring, another bout of winter weather is on the horizon for Sussex County, which could pick up a heavy 4 to 8 inches of snow – just as snow and ice from the last major storm has nearly melted away. A low-pressure system in the Southeast continues to … Read more
GEORGETOWN — With another round of significant winter weather forecast and the issuance of a winter storm warning for the potential of significant snow fall, at 9 p.m. Wednesday the Town of Georgetown activated its snow emergency plan. At this time, parking restrictions will apply to designated snow emergency routes, making it easier and more effective for equipment to clear … Read more
MILFORD – After arriving late to Milford and missing most of its allotted warmup time, the Delcastle boys’ basketball team struggled early in Wednesday night’s state tournament opening round game. But by halftime the visiting No. 17 Cougars weren’t just warm, they were on fire. Trailing 14-6 at one point in the opening quarter, Delcastle ended up cruising to a … Read more