Amid Covid, holiday lights shine bright at Apple Electric

  What started as a small tradition two decades ago years ago has grown into a bright spot of kindness and holiday cheer for one Sussex County business.  Lisa and Steve Prestipino, owners of Apple Electric in Lewes, have been putting...

60 football fields of wetlands restored in Frankford

“This project was different than others we have done mostly because of its size,” said Kate Hackett, Executive Director of DWL.

Middletown teen will use national Miss Juneteenth title to push for holiday

Saniya Gay says she plans to lobby another Delawarean -- President-elect Joe Biden -- to name Juneteenth a national holiday.

Winds help Middletown take down Milford; next up, Sallies

Middletown brought the attack early and hard after studying tapes of the way Milford played.

State hospitalizations top 300; Carney issues warning

With records numbers of new COVID-19 cases in the past week, Delaware health officials worry that hospitalizations will soar in the next week or two.

Former St. Georges standout ‘Bones’ Hyland stepping up at VCU

The former St. Georges star has turned into The Guy for Virginia Commwealth University's team.

A tribute to Caesar Rodney coach Mike Schonewolf

Mentor. Role model. Hard worker. Tough but honest. Preparer of young men for life’s challenges. Those are just a few of the ways to describe...

Weekly COVID update: Average up for new cases, hospitalizations

The Delaware Division of Public Health said that as of Thursday, 38,398 Delawareans have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Here’s how to find a Delaware pop-up testing site the week of Dec. 6

State officials are worried that high numbers of positive cases now will mean huge numbers of hospitalizations in a couple of weeks.

Is our time uniquely polarizing or are we uniquely American?

One thought about modern politics is that we're more divided than we have been in decades; another says we just don’t love talking politics all the time.
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Founder’s Folio: Peaceful transitions of power and the importance of states’ rights

When John Adams conceded to Thomas Jefferson in 1800, the concept of a peaceful transition was set.

COVID-19 Patient leaves Bayhealth after more than 200 days

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Milford LIVE Weekly Review – January 19, 2021

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines MHS Senior participates in MLK Voice 4 Youth finals Culture New photo page, Delaware Community Lens, will...

Young Girls Team Eager to Learn

This year was eagerly anticipated for the Milford girls’ basketball team, with a young team coming back with a year's worth of experience under...

Bucs Fall at Buzzer

Coming into this season, the Milford boys’ basketball team knew it was going to be about learning what it takes to win at...
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