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WATCH: Waterfowl Competition attracts an international audienceWATCH: Waterfowl Competition attracts an international audienceThe Annual Ward World Championship Wildfowl Carving Competition and Art Festival Roland E. Powell Convention Center in Ocean City is a prestigious event for carvers of all skill levels.
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New center aims to help explore Delaware BayNew center aims to help explore Delaware BayA state initiative to showcase the ecologically significant Delaware Bayshore has been expanded.
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Nature Conservancy open house a hitNature Conservancy open house a hitThe second open house at The Nature Conservancy's Brownsville Preserve in Nassawadox attracted 228.
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Delaware Regional Fishing Report: Big blues, a record catfish top this week's bitesDelaware Regional Fishing Report: Big blues, a record catfish top this week's bitesEmail your fishing info and fishing photos to firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @JeffreyTaviano.
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The new normal for big bluesThe new normal for big bluesIf the blues follow form from recent years, they will not only not run up the bay, but turn up the Broadkill River.
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Paddleboard business launches at marinaPaddleboard business launches at marinaA new business is getting ready to launch its paddleboards and kayaks from a site in the Salisbury Marina.
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NASA releases images from first-ever dive through Saturn's ringsNASA releases images from first-ever dive through Saturn's ringsCassini just sent back these images.
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Traffic delays warned for OC raceTraffic delays warned for OC raceOcean City police are warning motorists to expect traffic delays in downtown for the half marathon on April 29.
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Calling all birders to DelmarvaCalling all birders to DelmarvaHundreds of birders are expected to flock to the Shore April 27-30 for the annual spring Delmarva Birding Weekend.
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Delaware's new Aquatic Resource Education CenterDelaware's new Aquatic Resource Education CenterNew building is a classroom and stopping point for Delaware Bayshore visitors
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Patience may be best lure for fishPatience may be best lure for fishThe very essence of fishing involves patiently waiting for something good to happen on the end of your line.
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OC hosts International Kite FestivalOC hosts International Kite FestivalOcean City and the Kite Loft welcome everyone to come and fly on the beaches along the famous Boardwalk.
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Blues are in the surf, rockfish continue to biteBlues are in the surf, rockfish continue to biteDelaware Regional Fishing Report
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Readers: OC wind farm, pro and conReaders: OC wind farm, pro and conDaily Times readers weigh in on a proposed wind farm off the Ocean City coast that some fear will ruin the view.
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Migrating birds have returnedMigrating birds have returnedIt’s an old wives tale that once a baby bird is touched, the mother will reject it.
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Scenes from The Nature Conservancy's Virginia Coast Reserve open houseScenes from The Nature Conservancy's Virginia Coast Reserve open houseScenes from The Nature Conservancy's Virginia Coast Reserve open house
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Accomack park project behind scheduleAccomack park project behind scheduleA public park project in Accomack County is behind schedule, which could put the county at risk of losing grant funding.
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Accidents involving those sent Spinal and neck injuries sent nine people to a hospital near Rehoboth Beach alone last year. Up the coast, hundreds are injured during the summer in the beach towns.
People in Rehoboth Beach had mixed reactions Saturday to the city's new ban on tents and canopies on the beach.
Winter storm in Lewes.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers with the help of Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company are pumping sand on to Dewey and Rehoboth Beach.
Preparations for Hurricane Matthew began Wednesday morning in Rehoboth Beach as crews removed benches along the boardwalk. 10/05/16
Crews work on raising and extending a stone dike at the Mispillion inlet near the DuPont Nature Center in Milford to restore beach habitat for horseshoe crabs and provide foraging for shorebirds, specifically the Red Knot.
Delaware locals give their personal tips for tourist and tourist give their take on Rehoboth.
Tropical storm Hermine was Rehoboth's newest tourist attraction.
Tropical storm Hermine arrives in Rehoboth Beach. The storm churns up waves and clouds on Labor Day weekend.
So far this year, there have been more than 800 accidents along the busy, Delaware 1 corridor between the Lewes Five Points intersection and the town limits of Dewey Beach
The National Weather Service says Tropical Storm Hermine is likely to become a hurricane before it arrives in Florida Friday.
Art Trembanis, associate professor at the University of Delaware's College of Earth, Ocean, & Envirnonment talks about their multi-day robotics boot camp to create a detailed map of Broadkill Beach.
Recycling law for stores ignored in Rehoboth
Wilson Gates talks about buying the Buttery in Lewes and future improvements. 8/9/16
Local lifeguards competed in the annual Olympics on Thursday, July 28.
Bruce Clayton, of TriCoach, tells us what we need to know about beach running.
What began in 1997 as a silly event among friends has evolved into a massive, save-the-date spectacle that draws thousands of people from across the country to Dewey Beach. 7/11/16
Dozens of families created sandcastles at Delaware Seashore State Park on Saturday July 9.
The Blue Crab's Tim Haley remembers Anastasia Ciolpan, a J-1 Visa student from Moldova, who was struck by a vehicle on June 29 in Bethany Beach.
University of Delaware associate professor Arthur Trembanis has mapped changes in the Redbird Reef artificial reef following a record-breaking nor'easter in January.
Booming rockets glared and bombs burst in the air Sunday night in Rehoboth Beach, painting the night sky in front of more than 100,000 estimated spectators celebrating the nation's birthday.
Independence Day weekend has arrived in Bethany Beach
Dewey bar owners talk 2016 trends
Don't like the water much? Sand not your thing? Get in touch with your inner artist with nature as your inspiration.
Istanbul airport suicide bombers ID'd; Bacteria levels high at Delaware beaches; "Sully" trailer
Sixteen teams squared off at the first ever Beachcomber Flip Cup Tournament with the winner taking home $500. Check out the first ever bracket break down at Guidos Burritos.
Dropping a message in a bottle off the Indian River Inlet when she was nine, Karen Ball never expected a call 45 years later saying it's been found.
Cape fishing pier reopens
DART's weekend express bus service to Rehoboth from New Castle and Kent counties will launch Friday, the beginning of the Delaware Beaches summer tourism season.
Watch: Rehoboth Beach Restaurant Week with Hobos owner Gretchen Hanson