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Melanoma survival: local woman says she’s “lucky”

May fourth served as melanoma Monday, kicking off skin cancer awareness month.

Salisbury City Council announces proclamation for SU Entrepreneurship Week

The Salisbury City Council officially marked Monday as the start of Salisbury University Entrepreneurship Week.

DSP investigating fatal crash in Lewes

The Delaware State Police say they are currently on the scene of motor vehicle crash that resulted in a fatality around 6:30 P.M., Monday evening.

UPDATE: Mayor and County Executive continue work on Salisbury fire service agreement

Salisbury Mayor, Jim" Ireton, Jr., and Wicomico County Executive, Bob Culver, are continuing to go back and forth, while hashing out a plan for a fire service agreement between the City of…

One arrested on manufacturing meth charges in Millsboro

A Millsboro man is behind bars, after Police say he was attempting to make meth on town property.

Deputy economic development director tapped to lead office

Gov. Jack Markell is nominating the deputy director of Delaware's economic development office to succeed retiring director Alan Levin.

Three Milford residents arrested during drug investigation

A two month long drug investigation in Milford has apparently wrapped up with three arrests.

Delaware officials commit to ending veterans homelessness

DOVER, Del. (AP) — Gov. Jack Markell says state officials are setting a goal of ensuring that no military veteran in Delaware is homeless.

Delaware medical team sends aid to Nepal

Medical officials with the Delaware Medical Relief Team are reportedly headed overseas to help victims in the devastating earthquake that took place Saturday, April 25.

Suspicious odor report: Students back inside Pittsville Elementary and Middle Schools

A representative with the Wicomico County school district has confirmed with 47 ABC that a report of a suspicious odor at Pittsville Elementary and Middle School came in around 8:20 a.m. Monday…

Va. AG: Abortion clinics can be exempted from new standards

Virginia Democratic Attorney General Mark Herring says new strict building standards should not be applied retroactively to existing abortion clinics, contradicting advice given by his…

Cause of Somerset Co. house fire under investigation

The cause of a Sunday afternoon fire in Somerset County, remains under investigation.

Melanoma survival: local woman says she’s “lucky”

Salisbury City Council announces proclamation...

DSP investigating fatal crash in Lewes

UPDATE: Mayor and County Executive continue...

One arrested on manufacturing meth charges in...

Deputy economic development director tapped to...

Three Milford residents arrested during drug...

Delaware officials commit to ending veterans...

Delaware medical team sends aid to Nepal

Suspicious odor report: Students back inside...

Va. AG: Abortion clinics can be exempted from...

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