The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) continues to participate in a multi-state investigation into an outbreak of severe pulmonary disease reported across the country. As of today, 38 states, including Delaware, have reported cases of lung injury associated with use of e-cigarette pro…

Back in July, an interesting entry appeared on the agenda of a Delaware Public Integrity Commission meeting.  Someone had made a complaint about a school board member voting on his brothers raise.

The Veterans Health Administration (VHA) recently announced as part of their commitment to provide excellent health care for Veterans, under VHA Directive 1085, the department will implement a new policy restricting smoking by patients, visitors, volunteers, contractors and vendors at its he…

The Delaware Botanic Gardens (DBG), located in Dagsboro, Delaware is a 37-acre coastal garden along Pepper Creek and is opening to the public the week of September 16th with a series of special events.

*Attempt to ID* - Troopers seek the public’s assistance in attempting to identify the pictured suspect who is wanted in connection with a shoplifting. The suspect entered the Delux Dairy located at 10599 Concord Road, Seaford, removed several items and left the store without rendering paymen…

The Sussex Technical School District faces escalating expenses for maintenance for its aging buildings, essential security upgrades, and the need to improve traffic flow along U.S. 9 and on its campus, according to a five-month independent review by a respected architectural and engineering firm.

The Delaware State Police are investigating a shots fired incident in which a bullet struck a residence last evening.

Bayhealth is offering free skin cancer screenings in September. They will be held on Friday, Sept. 20 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at 737 S. Queen St., Suite 1, Dover, DE 19904.

DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife has confirmed a new state record in the Delaware Sport Fishing Tournament: a 22-pound, 9.6-ounce false albacore, caught July 13 in the Atlantic Ocean by Jason Conrad of Fleetwood, Pa. The fish was 35 inches long and had a girth of 22.5 inches.

Fenwick Island, DE - The first known artificial oyster reef in Little Assawoman Bay was installed by the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays during the week of July 29th to work towards restoring once abundant populations of native oysters to the Inland Bays. Oysters filter water and provide…