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The boys and girls of Rehoboth Little League paraded down Rehoboth Avenue April 16 before heading to the fields for the first games of the season. 
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Paradise Grill in Pot-Nets Bayside will be allowed to serve alcohol on its new, 20,000-square-foot patio after a lengthy battle with members of the Bayside Homeowners Association. 
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Several older wooden billboards in the Cape Region are being replaced with steel monopole rigs such as this one at Wescoats Corner in Lewes. 
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Sussex County Council voted 3-1 in favor of a conditional-use application to convert the former John Wesley United Methodist Church into a restaurant/brewery.
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The Lewes Historic Preservation Commission has had its fair share of conflict in recent years, as homeowners in the city's historic district have often been at odds with officials over proposed renovations, additions and demolition.
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Winter storms have caused damage up and down the state, and Gov. Jack Markell has responded by submitting a $2.5 million disaster declaration request to the federal government.
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Sussex County Council has denied a rezoning request for a 114-acre parcel of farmland that would have paved the way for Overbrook Town Center, the largest shopping center ever proposed in Sussex County.
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Cape Henlopen voters turned out in support of the elementary school referendum March 23 approving it 2,947 – 1,031, nearly a 3-to-1 majority.
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A bill named for an eight-month-old Harbeson boy who died of massive brain injuries requires a plan of safe care for infants born exposed to heroin or illegal drugs.
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Trash is piling up along Legion Road in Millsboro.

After multiple calls to state agencies, neighbor Carol Schumaker is still waiting for someone to clean up the trash.
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Set for Wednesday, March 24, the referendum seeks approval to build new elementary schools to replace Rehoboth and H.O. Brittingham elementaries and for renovations at Milton Elementary and the Lewes School, which will replace Shields Elementary at a total cost of $121 million, plus another $22 million fully-funded by the state for Sussex Consortium.
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Since its very first edition in 1993, the combined experience of the Cape Gazette's news team, advertising and arts departments has produced steady recognition for the quality level of the publication at the annual press association awards. As a result, the professional quest for excellent, led by publisher/owner Dennis Forney and editor/owner Trish Vernon, has brought the newspaper the best of both worlds - a loyal subscriber/readership base and significantly more advertiser support than any other local newspaper.