We are really big fans of community policing.
Nothing beats fall.
Halloween can be a time of fun and creativity. But the Halloween season should only be pretend scary! Here is some advice to help keep kids safe while they have a terrifyingly good time.
The heroin problem has been steadily growing throughout our community over the past year or so.
The Orioles have that “something” about them.
Monday afternoon, I find myself in downtown Bethany at lunchtime. I think to myself, “Well, it’s a beautiful day, I’m at the beach and I need to eat — so, what the heck! I will get a sandwich and sit on a beach, enjoy the sunshine and relax for half an hour.”
Some of us rent safety deposit boxes at our bank or financial institution. They provide security for our valuable possessions, and peace of mind for us. For security, convenience and peace of mind concerning your mail, nothing beats a post office box at the Ocean View Post Office.
• Security — Your mail is protected, under lock and key, as well as by federal statute.
When Department of Natural Resource’s (DNREC) beach guru Tony Pratt visited the Fenwick Island Town Council last week to discuss dune maintenance, he uttered two words in particular that should carry a lot of weight.
“Sand blows,” he explained.
There’s a slight chance I have the best job in the world.
The community is preparing to bid a heartfelt farewell to one of its favorite sons.
Matt Haley — restaurateur, philanthropist, speaker and basic humanitarian — passed away on Aug. 19 from injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident in India while performing some of his humanitarian efforts. His loss was a shock to many in our area, not only because he was only 53 years old, but also because of the enthisiasm and zest for life he exhibited nearly every moment of his life.
One of the joys of watching crime dramas on television or in the movies is the cat-and-mouse game often played between a brilliant criminal and the detectives who eventually get out in front of the evil mastermind through a combination of hard work and a bit of cleverness of their own.
There’s a fire in your home. Or an intruder breaking in the back door. Maybe you’ve been carjacked in your driveway.
Hey, look at that. The Orioles don’t stink anymore.
It had to be a startling scene for anyone who happened to pass by the park on that summer morning in 1979.
Labor Day traditionally marks the beginning of the fall campaign for the midterm elections, which are seen as a referendum of the sitting president or his party.
Voters, you are on the clock.
After months of hearing from political candidates and their supporters, it is now officially time for the voters to take center stage in numerous elections that impact our area greatly.
Have you ever been isolated with an over-anxious child?
In May of 2014, the 1st and 39th Air Transport Squadrons convened for their Diamond Reunion.
Republican Club’s annual event a hit
I would like to thank the state, county and local Republican candidates, as well as the community, for their support and enthusiasm at the 3rd Annual 38th Republican Covered Dish Supper held on Saturday, Aug. 23.
Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Well, there is plenty on tap as far as entertainment goes, so let’s narrow this down a little bit.
Looking for something to keep you busy from Friday through Monday, without ever leaving Bethany Beach? Oh, we have you covered.
Labor Day weekend.
Those three words alone can generate a plethora of emotions across the board. They actually work together to constitute one word in our reality, joining “Memorial Day weekend” and “Fourth of July” as the sacred trinity of important summer benchmarks for our community — the beginning, the heart and the end of another summer season.
When word filtered into our office earlier this week that popular restaurateur/philanthropist Matt Haley had been involved in a motorcycle accident in India, you could hear a collective gasp. When we learned Wednesday morning that he had succumbed to those injuries... we were an office in mourning.
I’m a bit of a news hound.