Group preserving history at Fort Miles

LEWES — The United States saw changes across the country once World War II began, be it social, economic or geographic. Delaware, though a small state, saw a large portion of those changes, which live on today. Built in 1940, Fort Miles, located within Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, was created in response to […]

Delaware fishing maven King luring in readers

DEWEY BEACH — According to Rich King, “Catching is the byproduct of fishing” and through his immense knowledge of surf fishing, he has caught himself an audience. Born in northern Delaware, Mr. King, who now lives in Long Neck, began fishing from a very young age. So young in fact, he doesn’t remember his first […]

Say it loud and proud: Educators host ‘I Love Smyrna School District Day’

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SMYRNA — While each teaching facility is bound to have their own family and friends within its halls, the annual I Love Smyrna School District Day worked to bring all eight Smyrna School District institutions together under one roof. As about 7,000 people filtered in and out of the doors of Smyrna High School, the […]