DelDOT officials announced this week that contractor Mumford & Miller Concrete Inc. will be removing asphalt overlay and constructing a new concrete slab on top of the existing bridge over Polly Branch on Route 113 southbound in Selbyville.
After consistently meeting state and federal regulations, Selbyville’s town water system recently violated a drinking water standard for total trihalomethane (TTHM), a disinfectant byproduct, Town Council Member Rick Duncan Sr. announced on Oct. 4.
The Selbyville Town Council and its committees have begun meeting in person again, sometimes with protective face masks and sometimes without. The council had canceled its monthly meetings from mid-March until mid-June.
In a classic move reserved for only the most dedicated of public servants, the Town of Selbyville has bestowed a longtime employee and resident with a key to the city.
The Selbyville Town Council will keep its two incumbent candidates after the March 7 election. Jay Murray (85 votes) and Rick Duncan Sr. (75 votes) will keep their seats after a challenge from William “Bill” Thompson (22 votes).
Selbyville this spring once again has a contested election. Three candidates have registered to run for two seats: Richard “Rick” Duncan Sr., Jay Murray and William “Bill” Thompson.
Delaware State Police have opened a death investigation after human skeletal remains were discovered near Polly Branch Road, just outside of Selbyville town limits.
The Selbyville Town Council hosted a public hearing on Feb. 4 for their 10-year Comprehensive Land Use Plan update, just as the public were raising new concerns and questions about housing developments in town.
Selbyville will once again have a contested election. Three candidates have registered to run in the 2020 town council election, for two seats: incumbents Richard A. Duncan Sr. and Jay C. Murray, and challenger William A. Thompson.
In summertime, public libraries can function like a community center. The Selbyville Public Library serves up information, education, games — and they’re also winning grants to serve more meals than ever.
After a recent car collision on Route 54 in broad daylight, Selbyville Police Chief W. Scott Collins is reminding drivers to be careful at the Hudson Crossroads.
There was a joint meeting of the Selbyville Town Council and the Town’s Planning & Zoning Commission on April 16, to work on the Town’s 10-year Comprehensive Plan update.
The Selbyville Town Council has had the same lineup for years. This month, after the incumbents won new terms in a contested election, they once again took their oaths of office and continued their usual work.
Bayside, a mixed-use coastal resort community in West Fenwick was named the Community of the Year in the 2018 Best in American Living Awards (BALA) by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). Bayside won the best mixed-use community award and then the grand award of the night for Co…
The Selbyville Town Council will remain the same for another two years. In the 2019 election, residents chose the two incumbent council members to continue their service to the town.
Things will be brightening up for the Bunting's Mill housing development. After residents described the nearby Polly Branch Road as an “open-air drug market,” they asked the Selbyville Town Council for help and ideas to improve safety.
Selbyville is getting back to normal after a water violation earlier this year. Drinking water tested at south Main Street showed decreasing levels of a disinfection byproduct called Total Trihalomethanes (TTHMs).