A new Bike and Walker Safety Committee has been launched by Town of South Bethany, and transportation safety — including more protection at crosswalks, directional signage and clearing rights of way for bikers and walkers — was a new topic on the town agenda. Communications and Public Relati…

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The members of Fenwick Island’s new Residential Viewpoint Committee met for the first time this week and laid out its mission statement, which echoes the emphasis on quality of life and a “quiet resort” atmosphere that was the rallying cry of a group of challengers who swept the Town Council…

SoDel Concepts’ new, 200-seat Ocean View Brewing Company is expected to open in March, providing about 80 new jobs and with Duck Fat Popcorn and Sloppy Joe Eggrolls on the menu.

Town finances were on the minds of Frankford Town Council members this week, and the council took several strides toward securing the Town’s future investments and planning for its future needs.

The Delaware Restaurant Association (DRA) will host the 19th Annual Restaurant Industry Cornerstone Awards on Monday, Oct. 18, at the Lighthouse Cove Events Center in Dewey Beach, with an after-party immediately following at The Lighthouse. Each year, the DRA celebrates the contributions of …

On Friday, Oct. 1, Community Inspired Actions celebrated the grand opening of its new youth center by hosting a ribbon-cutting with the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce. Fellow Chamber members, as well as community and family members, came out to support their new location at 5 W. Ch…

On the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated, in 1963, Kathy Salamone was an eighth-grade student in a Catholic school in New Jersey. A high school boy in a different building, but on the same campus, ran to break the shocking news. The president had been shot.

On Saturday, Oct. 16, Veterans of Foreign Wars Mason Dixon Post 7234 will mark 75 years of service to veterans and our community since the Post was established in 1946 after World War II.

Town finances were on the minds of Frankford Town Council members this week, and the council took several strides toward securing the Town’s future investments and planning for its future needs.

The Frankford Town Council is moving ahead with its discussions about the need for a town manager to help the Town better serve its residents and make better use of funds available to it.

Millsboro police officers will now be allowed to have visible tattoos, but on their arms or left ring finger only, the result of the town council unanimously approving a policy change requested by Police Chief Brian Calloway at the Monday, Oct. 4, town council meeting.

Fenwick Island’s two new town council members were sworn in on Friday, Sept. 24, bringing the council back to full strength after a month marked by the resignations of two council members, the town manager, the town solicitor and dozens of committee members.

The Millville Town Council on Tuesday, Sept. 28, approved the purchase of about 12 acres of land located across from the Evans Park at Millville, for a total of $3.44 million.

When they meet on Monday, Oct. 4, members of the Millsboro Town Council will explain what will be discussed at an upcoming special meeting concerning a referendum vote that, if approved, would allow the Town to borrow $38 million.

The Fenwick Island Town Council took steps last week to purchase a computer for the Town’s public works department, hire a police department clerk, solve the town’s flooding problems and move its dredging plans forward.

Construction on Avid Hotels’ Millsboro-Georgetown South location is almost complete, with the hotel, at 30266 Commerce Drive in Millsboro, expected to open soon, according to Millsboro Town Manager Sheldon Hudson.

About 500 bicycle helmets will be given away to children at the Millsboro Police Department’s third annual Bike Rodeo on Saturday, Oct. 9.

Millsboro’s annual holiday parade and tree-lighting, a new Holiday Market and visit from Santa Claus will enliven the Christmas season this year and mark the return of festivities that were canceled or downsized last year, due to coronavirus restrictions.

Bethany Beach will retain its existing town council leadership team for another year, after the council held its reorganizational meeting on Sept. 20 and the current mayor, vice-mayor and council secretary-treasurer all received unanimous support from among their peers.

A nationwide event that is meant to serve as a way to bring law enforcement and the community together is back in Dagsboro. The town’s 3rd Annual National Night Out will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 5, from 5 to 7 p.m. The event will be hosted at the Dagsboro Fire Department’s fire hall, whic…

The South Bethany Town Council this week approved an additional $72,000 in funds for street improvements; reviewed a new, long-term study proposal for stormwater remediation and sea-level rise defense, at a cost of $58,000; and commended the Town’s public works committee for handling the spe…

The South Bethany Town Council last week approved a measure to permit the use of generators, while also establishing civil fines starting at $100 for violations of noise ordinances pertaining to them. Councilman Tim Shaw presented the resolution, which is intended to keep decibel levels down…

Since early this year, Millsboro officials have been talking about building a new, $5 million, 8,000-square-foot police building that would be about twice the size of the existing one on Main Street, but ground hasn’t yet been broken and progress has been slow.

Retiring Millsboro Police Department Sgt. Barry Wheatley was honored by the Millsboro Town Council this week and received an award, retirement credentials and the gratitude of council members and Police Chief Brian Calloway.

Members of the Millsboro Town Council, at its Tuesday, Sept. 7, meeting, are expected to vote on a request from Lencraft, developer of Plantation Lakes, to rezone a portion of the residential community from medium-density to high-density, and to consider a request to approve an amended resid…

After deliberating less than 30 minutes, a state appeals board voted on Wednesday, Aug. 25, to affirm the denial of a variance sought by a Fenwick Island hotel owner for an outdoor pool bar.

Scott Edmonston, a member of the Town’s Planning & Zoning Commission, and a local architect, will become the newest member of the Bethany Beach Town Council during a reorganizational meeting set for Sept. 20.

Two weeks after a town council election that was swept by four candidates seeking to oust incumbents over a number of ongoing issues in the town, the Fenwick Island Town Council has a new slate of leaders. And now the town manager and town solicitor have both resigned.

Ocean View Town Manager Carol Houck will discuss the Town’s tree-trimming policy, and an incident that forced her to immediately halt a recent project, at the Tuesday, Sept. 14, town council meeting.

Fenwick Island’s new town council members will be sworn in during a special meeting set for Friday, Aug. 20. The council will also select the Town’s new slate of council officers, including mayor, vice mayor, secretary and treasurer.

At their meeting on Friday, Aug. 20, members of the Bethany Beach Town Council will select someone to fill a seat on the council vacated by longtime councilman Joe Healy, who did not file for re-election this year.