Roy Jones of Chincoteague, Virginia celebrated his 100th birthday on June 6, 2019. Jones was among the last residents of Assateague Village.
Delaware's first restaurant apprenticeship program, which launched May 29, aims to train and hire the state's next culinary professionals.
A jury found Austin Christopher White of Salisbury, Maryland guilty of multiple charges, including second-degree rape June 6 after a a Wicomico trial.
Nearly a dozen new hotels on deck near the Delaware beaches.
Rehoboth Beach Police have located Akeem L. Harris, who they say fled a crash involving a 9-year-old. Harris has not been charged at this time.
Freight lines in Berlin and Snow Hill which have been inactive for up to seven years will resume service starting in June.
Virginians in the Senate's District 6 voted in a Democratic primary on June 11.
Developers in Sussex County must now build cluster subdivisions with a "superior design." Here's what that means for developers and future residents.
A seal which was found in Dewey Beach with health problems in April is now on its way toward recovery.
Roy Jones, 100, of Chincoteague recalls making 'Down the Bay' bread on a boat.
Roy Jones, 100, of Chincoteague recalls living on Assateague Island as a child.
Delaware State Police says Donnie J. Bennett of Delmar faces several charges, including third-degree assault and four counts of firearm theft.
Richard Bowers was named Ocean City's newest fire chief on June 11, 2019, replacing Chris Larmore, who retired in the spring.
Police are investigating an incident on Snow Hill Road in Salisbury on Tuesday, June 11.
Police were on the scene of an incident on Snow Hill Road Tuesday morning.
Larry Hogan on sent a letter to U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, urging reconsideration of the decision to delay the Harriet Tubman $20 bill.
A popular Chincoteague food truck is now a restaurant on Maddox Boulevard. What's new at Pico Taqueria?
Officers in Salisbury, Maryland are at the scene of a stabbing at the Ocean Aisle apartments with a suspect, 15, in custody and a 12-year-old injured.
As horseshoe crabs recover from overfishing, the biomedical industry is moving slowly to find an alternative to using their blood in medical testing.
For more than 50 of his 90 years, Funland's Al Fasnacht has brought joy to thousands on Rehoboth boardwalk and he has no plans to stop.
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