Final plan presentation Sept. 20 on Georgetown walkability/connectivity study

GEORGETOWN – A final plan presentation in the Georgetown Walkability/Connectivity Study is on the agenda for the third public workshop Thursday, Sept. 20. The last of three public meeting workshops will be held at the Georgetown Train Station from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. The Georgetown Train Station is located at 200 Depot Street in […]

Georgetown Chamber joins Country Corners Market for ribbon cutting

GEORGETOWN – The Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce recently held a ribbon cutting at the Country Corners Market, located at 22168 Dupont Boulevard in Georgetown. The event celebrated the grand re-opening of the market after having been closed for several months during extensive renovations. Most recently renovated in the late 90’s, the Country Corners Market’s […]

Ribbon cutting: Georgetown Chamber hosts Splash Designworks

GEORGETOWN – The Greater Georgetown Chamber of Commerce on Aug. 16 held a ribbon cutting with Splash Designworks at the Chamber Office & Visitor’s Center. The event celebrated Splash Designworks joining the Georgetown Chamber as a Full VIP Partner. Splash Designworks is a marketing, branding, and design firm with experience working with businesses of all […]

Seaford man arrested for Georgetown business burglary

GEORGETOWN – Town of Georgetown police on Sunday arrested a Seaford man for the August burglary of the One Stop Food Market. Kevin Stone, 56, was arrested and charged with Burglary 3rd degree, Theft under $1,500, Possession of Burglar Tools and Criminal Mischief, Georgetown Police Department spokesman Det. Joey Melvin said. Stone was arraigned and […]

Molotov Cocktail? Seaford police investigating reported arson attempt at church

SEAFORD – City of Seaford police are asking for the public’s assistance in their investigating of a reported attempted arson at a church. Police Monday, Sept. 3 were called to the Miracle Revival Center Church in the 800 Block of Sussex Avenue. The pastor of the church had discovered the glass broken from a doorway […]

Loud music: Milton man jailed after pointing handgun at neighbor

HARBESON – Delaware State Police arrested a Milton man police say was intoxicated and pointed a handgun at a neighbor during dispute over loud music. Troopers charged Wesley J. Fagg, 32, of Milton, with multiple weapons related offenses stemming from the incident that occurred just before 11 p.m., Friday, Aug. 31 at a residence in […]

Millsboro man faces assault, weapon charges

MILLSBORO – A Millsboro man was arrested by Delaware State Police and jailed on weapon and assault charges following a stabbing incident that occurred early Sunday morning. State police were dispatched to the 26000 block of Sea Mist Court where a 40-year-old Millsboro man told troopers he was stabbed in a fight with another man, […]

State police: Man shot responding to screams

GREENWOOD – Delaware State Police are investigating an Aug 29 shooting in which a 55-man was struck while he was responding to the screams of a woman. Troopers in early hours of Aug. 30 responded to the 100 block of Unity Lane and were informed a man had been shot in the lower extremity sometime […]

Rago joins Delaware Tech as head coach of men’s basketball team

GEORGETOWN – Richard Rago, who coached varsity boys’ basketball at St. Elizabeth High School for 30 years, is taking over the reins of Delaware Technical Community College’s men’s basketball program as the new head coach. “We are extremely fortunate that coach Rago was willing to help us rebuild our statewide basketball program that focuses on […]

ATV chase ends in arrest of Bridgeville man on numerous charges

BRIDGEVILLE – Delaware State Police arrested a Bridgeville man after a pursuit led to the recovery of a stolen ATV in the Coverdale area. Tijere M. Baldwin was committed to the Sussex Correctional Institution on $4,007 secured bond, state police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Melissa Jaffe said. Baldwin faces charges that include: Receiving Stolen Property Value […]