Judge grants motion to suppress evidence

DOVER — Potential evidence seized during a Felton area investigation last spring was ruled inadmissible by a Kent County judge who evaluated a Delaware State Police trooper’s suspicions about a vehicle parked in an overflow deli lot last week. Matthew A. Layton’s motion to suppress was granted based on an improper detention at the Sandtown […]

Felton High School class marks 50th reunion

Felton High School Class of 1968 celebrated their 50th reunion on April 28 at their Alma Mater in Felton. From left, are Carl Hutson, Joseph Gott, James Boone, Susie French Kirkman, Betty Louise Myers, Sharon Wyatt Ivory, Blaine Melvin, Sharon Hurd Givens, Jean Paskey Callaway, David Warner, Joanne Pfeiffer Bedwell, Wayne Wheeler, Robert Dill, Henry […]

Felton cyclist killed

hours Saturday on U.S. 13, north of Felton as 28-year-old William O. Boyer of Felton. Police said the crash occurred between 3:15 a.m. and 3:44 a.m., on U.S. 13 southbound just south of Plymouth Road north of Felton. An unknown white SUV was traveling southbound on U.S. 13 in the area of the 9000 block […]

Felton man guilty of leaving scene of hit and run

DOVER — With extensive damage evident through a shattered front windshield, a 36-year-old Felton man was legally obligated to stop and check on what collided with his vehicle as it traveled along Willow Grove Road the night of Sept. 6, 2017, according to a Superior Court ruling Friday morning. Additionally, the court pointed to Nathan […]

Felton man charged with felony DUI

  HARRINGTON — A 30-year-old Felton man allegedly registered an intoxication level just over four times the legal limit after a felony drunken driving arrest Sunday afternoon, according to an arrest affidavit. Joshua Hearn’s blood alcohol content was measured at .323 percent on an intoxilyzer after being transported to the Harrington Police Department following investigation, […]

Buck’s remarkable journey comes to an end

FELTON — Buck, a striking Great Pyrenees, became the talk of the town late last year after he was spooked by a loud noise, escaped through a fence and ran off into the night on Dec. 28. A community came together to search for Buck, who was adopted by Felton’s William Moser on Dec. 23 […]

Family ties run deep for Felton rope seller

DENTON, N.C. — From a perch aboard the “Land Yacht,” Jim Torbert, of Felton, threw up a hand and flashed a bright smile at passers-by pausing to take a look at the engine quietly working in front of him. If the rare right-angle drive engine didn’t catch people’s eyes, the school bus surely did. After […]

A doggone dilemma: Newly adopted  Great Pyrenees on the loose in Felton

  Update: Still on the lookout for Buck FELTON — The owner of Buck, the 19-month-old Great Pyrenees that has been loose since Dec. 28, is asking the public to give the dog space if they spot him. William Moser, in a post on Facebook, said, “Buck does not trust adult humans yet and will run from […]

Police: Felton woman used washcloth to suffocate grandson

FELTON — A 51-year-old Felton woman told police she suffocated her grandson with a washcloth on Sept. 18, and then attempted to kill herself by taking pills, hanging herself and drinking bleach, according to authorities in a probable cause affidavit. Rilan M. Everett, 3, was found dead Tuesday morning at a residence in the unit […]

Felton’s Wine and the Country toasts cancer ‘warriors’

FELTON –– The annual American Cancer Society fundraiser Wine and the Country is just around the corner and organizers hope this year will be better than ever. “It’s just a lot of fun,” said event founder Wendy Pizzadili. “We get everyone together for a night that’s a ton of fun and raise money to help […]