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Delaware Wildlife Police Arrest Hunter for Unplugged Gun

DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: April 8-14 Reminder for the week: Start the boating season off right by wearing your lifejacket DOVER (April 18, 2019) – To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources... Read more →

Delaware fourth graders ‘Make a Splash’

and learn about protecting water resources DOVER (April 17, 2019) – More than 780 fourth-grade students from eight elementary schools participated in the April 16 “Make a Splash” festival, an event that educates students on the diversity of estuary life and the importance of Delaware’s water resources. The Department of... Read more →

Coast Guard celebrates Flag Day alongside American Samoa leaders

PAGO PAGO, American Samoa — On Wednesday, those in American Samoa celebrated the 119th Flag Day commemorating the day they officially became a U.S. territory. Rear Adm. Kevin Lunday, commander Coast Guard 14th District, Command Master Chief Lori Fields, and Capt. Mike Long, commander Coast Guard Sector Honolulu, were on... Read more →

National Weather Service Issues Flood Warning

(APRIL 20, 2019)--The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has issued a Coastal Flood Advisory, which is in effect from 1 AM to 5 AM EDT Sunday. * LOCATIONS...The tidal portions of the Delaware River down to the Commodore Bay Bridge area. * TIMING...High tide on the tidal Delaware River... Read more →

April 20 Marks Opening Day of Striped Bass Season

Maryland Fishing Report – April 17 by Keith Lockwood, Maryland Department of Natural Resources Matt Beam holds up a striped bass caught this past weekend during the catch-and-release season. Photo by Travis Long Saturday, April 20, marks the much-anticipated opening day of the 2019 trophy striped bass season. Captains and... Read more →

What’s About To Unfold Is The Real Story

Mueller’s Report Ends ‘WitchHunt’ But ... By Sara Carter Rep. Devin Nunes, R-CA, was one of the first to reveal those threads and never wavered even when the Washington ‘swamp monsters’ targeted him and his credibility. Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio and Rep. Mark Meadows, R-NC, worked tirelessly with their committees... Read more →

‘Delaware Goes to War’ event at Fort Miles

LEWES (April 18, 2019) – DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation, Cape Henlopen State Park, and the Fort Miles Museum and Historic Area, are hosting the annual “Delaware Goes to War” event at Fort Miles beginning at 10 a.m., Saturday April 27. The public is invited to explore Fort Miles... Read more →

DNREC: 2018 ethylene oxide release did not impact the environment

DOVER (April 18, 2019) – The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) has concluded that there was no increased risk to human health or safety from deluge water used to contain the Nov. 25, 2018 ethylene oxide (EO) release at Croda’s Atlas Point facility. DNREC’s conclusion was made... Read more →

Williamstown High School 2nd Baseman Tim Chew Headed to Delaware Valley University

Williamstown High School baseball star Tim Chew, a senior, has committed to continue his academic and athletic career at Delaware Valley University, Doylestown, Pennsylvania. He received a four-year scholarship to DelVal. His major will be Psychology. Chew has a 4.0 GPA in High school. He scored an 1180 on SAT's.... Read more →

Why Graviola (SourSop) May Be a Great Choice to Add to Your Healthy Diet

As the ancient medical science states that a sound body has a sound mind. So to have a healthy body is a very necessary and significant thing. It is saying in Indian Ayurveda that “first contentment is a healthy body”. In order to have a healthy lifestyle and healthy body,... Read more →

Five Steps to Bring You Closer to Your Dream Home

We all dream of living in a house that we can finally call our own. There's big money required, and if you finally have some that you can invest in a property, you should start searching for that dream home you've always envisioned yourself living in. But it's not an... Read more →

60 Individuals Charged by ARPO Strike Force

Appalachian Regional Prescription Opioid (ARPO) Strike Force Takedown Results in Charges Against 60 Individuals, Including 53 Medical Professionals Charges Involve Over 350 Thousand Prescriptions for Controlled Substances and Over 32 Million Pills; ARPO Strike Force Grows to 10 Districts, Expanding to Include the Western District of Virginia Attorney General William... Read more →

8 Famous Products Made in Philadelphia

The skyline of Philadelphia, image courtesy of pixabay.com Human history is littered with moments of ingenuity and progress. From the dawn of modern man to the present day, new breakthroughs and inventions have been constantly occurring. This progress is not only useful but also needed: when we cease to innovate,... Read more →

Two Delaware Men Arrested for Turkey Poaching

FARMINGTON (April 16, 2019) – A DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police investigation into turkey poaching led to the April 12 arrest of two Delaware men for multiple violations that occurred near Farmington in Kent County. Josiah Richardson, 25, of Georgetown, (left photo) was charged with one count each... Read more →

2019 Data on Law Enforcement Officer Deaths Available

The FBI’s Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) Program provides the year’s most up-to-date statistics regarding officer deaths on the LEOKA section of the fbi.gov website. Check the site frequently for the most recent preliminary information. Twice a year, the LEOKA Program publishes the previous year’s updated data on... Read more →

GUEST OPINION: Is Fox News Losing Its Nerve?

April 16, 2019 Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments about an incident on Fox News yesterday: Yesterday, shortly before Neil Cavuto's show on Fox News aired at 4:00 p.m. ET, I was asked if I would go on with him, by phone, to discuss the Notre Dame fire. I agreed.... Read more →

NJ's 2019-20 Migratory Bird Season Info

by Ted Nichols, Wildlife Biologist Waterfowl Ecology and Management Program April 12, 2019 The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has finalized the 2019-20 migratory bird hunting seasons. Below are notable highlights: The mallard bag limit was reduced to 2 mallards with not more than 1 hen. The brant season... Read more →

How Writing Services Affected Our Educational System

The internet technology today influences every sphere of life by making it easier to access information, find better and cheaper services among other things. The education system is one of the areas that benefits from internet technology. Online writing services have become an important part of the education system despite... Read more →

Public Invited to Maritime-Themed Paint Nights

REHOBOTH BEACH (April 15, 2019) – DNREC Division of Parks & Recreation’s park interpreters at Delaware Seashore State Park are combining recycling and maritime heritage in an innovative “upcycling” craft program this spring and summer, beginning 6:30 p.m., Saturday May 11. Each winter, the park maintenance team replaces various beach... Read more →

How to Revamp Your Workshop

Workshops, unless you are incredibly careful, can become a mess of tools and disorganization before you can blink. This can mean tools and equipment become lost, or fall under disuse and start to collect dust (or worse, rust). Deciding on revamping your workshop so that it is neater can be... Read more →

Charter School of Wilmington Champs

First Place Delaware Envirothon: Wilmington Team A, left to right: Victoria Deng, Udeerna Tippabhatla, Darren Wu, Shan Yu, and Shriya Boyapati. DNREC photo. DOVER (April 15, 2019) – Charter School of Wilmington Team A is the winner of the 2019 Delaware Envirothon competition held today at Delaware State University’s Outreach... Read more →