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Sussex County News Headlines

Georgetown/Millsboro: Flags for Heroes Honors Those Who Serve Honor a military, first responder, or other hero (past or present), by sponsoring a flag. Over 500 flags will be proudly displayed around the Circle in...

What is a Policeman?

What is a Policeman?

Policeman “A Policeman is a composite of what all men are I guess, a mingling of a saint and sinner, dust and deity. Culled statistics wave the fan over stinkers, underscore instances of dishonesty...

Turkish military units attempting uprising, PM says

Units of the Turkish military are attempting to overthrow their government. The country’s prime minister is saying the uprising will be not allowed to succeed. Reports indicate that the Turkish military has announced that they have seized control. The U.S. Embassy...

UPDATE: Troopers Investigating Fatal Crash Involving a Pedestrian

UPDATE: Troopers Investigating Fatal Crash Involving a Pedestrian

Wilmington, DE- The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit continues to investigate a fatal motor vehicle crash that occurred late this morning which has claimed the life of a 47 year old Wilmington man....

Delaware Produce Week

Today Senator Bonini joined fellow legislators at the official kick-off of Delaware Produce Week. This is the second year for the annual observation, which is intended to facilitate a closer relationship between Delaware consumers...

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