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Editor's note: With the mandated closure to the public of all restaurants and bars in the state, except for carry-out, drive-through and delivery services, we are compiling a listing of which restaurants are remaining open to provide those services and the details involved. Restaurants that …

The Delaware State Police Kent (KDU) and Sussex County Drug Units (SDU), and the Governor’s Task Force (GTF) recently concluded a drug investigation into the trafficking and distribution of illegal drugs with the arrest of three men, including one from Dagsboro.

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 Delaware Department of Correction announced this week that Maj. Jon Beck, security superintendent of Sussex Correctional Institution (SCI) and a 25-year DOC veteran, has been appointed deputy warden of SCI, effective March 1. Beck fills a vacancy created when SCI Warden Truman Mears was …

On Monday, Feb. 25, the Delaware State Police held a ceremony to welcome the newly selected Honorary Commanders for 2020. The event, led by DSP Superintendent Col. Nathaniel McQueen Jr. took place at the Delaware State Police Museum in Dover. McQueen spoke at the event and helped recognize t…

On the worst day of a person’s life, these are the folks who will respond. The 2020 Joshua M. Freeman Valor Awards were presented this week to top police officers, paramedics, EMTs and firefighters who serve the local community.

Victims of domestic violence will be given handmade quilts to comfort them, courtesy of the new Arts Warming Hearts program, a collaboration of the Millsboro Art League, Ocean Waves Quilt Guild and the Girl Scouts.

Screams, shrieks, blaring alarms and banging erupted from the normally quiet halls of the Ocean View public safety building on Wednesday, April 16. When quiet was restored, one suspect had surrendered to police. The other resisted officers and was shot — with a paintball gun, that is.

While most area residents were taking great pains to stay inside last weekend — well away from temperatures in the teens, wind chills near 0, and side streets that resembled ice-skating rinks more than byways — more than two dozen firefighters, paramedics and fire police spent hours in the f…