Lower gas prices may be on horizon

DOVER — Cheaper gas prices may be coming as 2021 begins. For now, however, rising oil prices and tightening supply have factored into driving up prices steadily since November, according to Jana L. Tidwell, a spokeswoman for AAA. The average cost of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in Delaware stood at $2.35 Dec. 18. […]

DMB E-ZPass Customer Service Center to reopen

NEW CASTLE — The Delaware Memorial Bridge E-ZPass Walk-in Customer Service Center will re-open on a reduced operating schedule starting next Monday. The bridge’s E-ZPass Center is in the Vincent A. Julia Building adjacent to the Delaware Memorial Bridge Toll Plaza. Until further notice, the limited operating schedule is as follows: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and […]

COMMENTARY: Toward Zero Deaths aims to eradicate Delaware road fatalities

As we head into the Labor Day holiday, the Department of Transportation and the Department of Safety and Homeland Security want to stress the importance of safety on our roadways. To date this year, 71 people have lost their lives in crashes on Delaware roadways. This is compared to 59 fatalities during the same period […]

COMMENTARY: Delaware offering lessons for other states in road safety

It’s the holiday season, a time when visions of sugar plums, rather than driving safety, are more likely to be dancing in our heads. But, unfortunately, it is just the time when we need to be more focused and extra diligent about driving safety, since these holidays are both our busiest and deadliest period on […]

DelDOT: Congestion expected in Dover with base open house and air show

DOVER — The Department of Transportation is prepared for heavy traffic volumes on Saturday and Sunday, as both beachgoers and aeronautic-enthusiasts make their way through central and southern Delaware. This weekend motorists should note that the Dover Air Force Base Open House and Air Show “Thunder Over Dover” will occur on Saturday, Aug. 26, and […]

Dover man writes of ‘flamboyant’ Seville

While riding on a horse-drawn carriage down one of the main streets through Seville, Spain, I couldn’t help noticing the bright colors and flare that the city had to offer. Some cities have looks, other cities have personality, but Seville has both. Compliments of their charismatic, exuberant ever-evolving Andalusian metropolis; founded as a Roman city. […]

Dover man offers glimpse of Tokyo

SEE PHOTOS TAKEN BY DEREK MILLER AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS STORY It’s not often that I order my dinner from an electronic menu board in a foreign city. Although I couldn’t understand the language describing the food I was about to order, the photos provided plenty of eye appeal to help me make my […]