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Past articles by Rachel:

Crash closes U.S. 113 near Millsboro

Southbound side of highway closed at Dagsboro Road → Read More

Brick by brick, life returns to sea floor

"Over time I came to realize what we were doing was increasing spawning habitat." → Read More

Millville intersection needs stoplight, resident says

With 11 crashes in 3 years, DelDOT will study Millville intersection for a stoplight. → Read More

Spot sunfish in Rehoboth Bay? Give it space, officials say

Officials say if you see it, give it some space. → Read More

Illegal dumping could close Bethany recycling center

Dumping of non-recyclable trash at Fresh Pond recycling drop off threatens service for all → Read More

Searching out sustainability in Berlin, Ocean City

Sustainable Maryland offers certification to towns that implement green practices → Read More

Group tells the story of Dirickson Creek

The story of the water in their own neighborhood brought 12 kayakers to Dirickson Creek. → Read More

Inmates head outdoors to bring life to Poplar Island

Since 2011, offenders have planted 240,000 pieces of marsh grass to help prevent erosion. → Read More

Cove Road Beach closed for bacteria

Cove Road Beach in Wicomico County has been closed due to high bacteria levels → Read More

Dead hammerhead washes up in Fenwick Island

A dead hammerhead shark washed ashore in Fenwick Island June 22. → Read More

Drones help farmers minimize water, fertilizer use

Researchers from Delmarva institutions are experimenting with unmanned aerial vehicles. → Read More

Come on in, Del. beach water’s fine, experts say

Delaware’s beaches are frequently ranked among the best in the country by the Natural Resources Defense Council. → Read More

Move over Mary, another shark’s on Delmarva

Chessie, the largest tiger shark ever tagged on the East Coast, has been swimming north. → Read More

Entrance fees going up on Assateague next month

Assateague Island National Seashore is raising fees. → Read More

Changing tides at the Wachapreague sea lab

Go behind the scenes of the marine science station in Virginia with its new director → Read More

For retiring Selbyville leader, more farming in future

“It was a pleasure to serve the mayor and council and the people of Selbyville.” → Read More

Height fight: Freeboard discussion continues in Fenwick

How high buildings can be, and how far off the ground, has been a subject of contention. → Read More

Memories made at nationally recognized Delaware parks

Parks division is a finalist for the 2015 National Gold Medal Awards for Excellence → Read More

Lily the seal released back into wild at Assateague

Lily was rescued in early April by the Marine Education Research and Rehabilitation Institute at Bethany Beach. She had a broken jaw. → Read More

Mako Mania's luck rubs off on winner with 280-pound catch

"The people who fish in this tournament are very dedicated. They fish this tournament religiously." → Read More