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Since former deputy Robert Craig's decision to appeal his termination which he contends is ultimately based on his sexual preference others who previously worked at the Manatee County Sheriff's Office have stepped forward to share their own
Former deputy Robert Craig said he believes the Manatee County Sheriff's Office may be using his mix-up with an undercover steroids investigation as an excuse to fire him because he is gay. Craig, 34, is one of four former employees who lost their
Robert Craig was born in California and spent much of his youth in the Golden State, Panama, where his father, a naval officer, was stationed, and Seattle. Among these settings he cultivated a love for outdoor activities, particularly sailing and
Fort Detrick has no plans to post signs along Carroll Creek warning of potential contamination after news this week that chemicals were found in surface water and in the creek's tributaries, the Army post's chief environmental officer said Friday.
Detrick is one of four posts across the U.S. chosen under a renewable power plan announced last week by the Army Energy Initiatives Task Force designed to make bases more energy independent. Detrick's plans would call for the construction of a system
The News Journal Filed Under Workers battle to get a stubborn, wind-aided fire under control near the Port of Wilmington. Wilmington Fire Department members attack a blaze on the 600 block of Christina Ave. Smoke from a weekend fire burning out of
The News Journal Filed Under Paula Culler of Newark bundles up walking on Market Street in Wilmington. After an unusually mild end to the old year, Delaware braced Tuesday for the new year's first deep freeze. Preparations were under way to shelter
Fifty-year-olds Betty Riess and Jerry Reynolds exchanged their wedding vows Wednesday morning in an intimate ceremony attended by about 50 family and friends -- and the senior residents and staff of Somerford House. It was the first wedding held at
Donald Goldsborough, 41, of Smyrna stages a counter-protest to the Occupy movement. Occupy Delaware protesters again disrupted a New Castle County sheriff's sale on Tuesday and, as they did last month, again demanded a halt to all foreclosure sales.
Kathy Daum, a Sanford School volunteer, helps make sandwiches in the kitchen. The Food Bank of Delaware needs peanut butter, tuna, canned meat, canned fruit and boxed macaroni and cheese. Tax-deductible donations may be dropped off 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m.