The Story Of WWE’s Most Notorious Double-Cross

(PCM) Some of you may have heard of what has become known as wrestling entertainments most notorious double-cross! It is most often referred to as the “Montreal Screwjob” or the “Montreal Incident”, but do you know what really happened or just who is to blame?  Much of that still remains a mystery as no one… Read More

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DNREC Sinks Ex-Navy and Army Freighter Turned Fishing Fleet Boat Reedville onto Delaware’s Artificial Reef System

DNREC continued to broaden the recreational allure of Delaware’s renowned artificial reef system today by sinking the Reedville, originally a World War II and Korean Conflict-era coastal freighter and supply ship at a reef site 16 miles offshore and wi…

Troopers Arrest Lewes, DE Woman On Multiple Counts of Reckless Endangering-Ellendale

Ellendale- The Delaware State Police arrested 37-year-old TYSHIA J. COURSEY on multiple counts of reckless endangering after she attempted to strike several victims with her vehicle. The incident occurred on […]

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August 13 in Pop Culture History

August 13 in Pop Culture History 1521 – Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes captured Aztec leader Tlatoani Cuauhtémoc and conquered the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan. 1868 (Earthquake & Tsunami) Arica, Chile 1889 – Samuel Leeds Allen was issued a patent (#408,681) for his Flexible Flyer sled. 1898 – Carl Gustav Witt discoverd 433 Eros, the first near-Earth […]

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Wastewater, Surface Water and Drinking Water Planning Grant Proposals Now Being Accepted by DNREC, DPH

State government agencies, county and municipal governments, and conservation districts can now submit proposals to DNREC and the Delaware Division of Public Health to receive matching grants for wastewater, surface water and drinking water project pla…

*Update Name Released* Troopers Investigating Fatal Hit and Run Crash Involving a Pedestrian- Newark

Newark- The Delaware State Police have identified the name of the pedestrian who died after being struck by a hit and run vehicle on August 11, 2020, on Ogletown Stanton […]

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August 12 in Pop Culture History

August 12 in Pop Culture History 30 BC – Cleopatra VII Philopator, the last ruler of the Egyptian Ptolemaic dynasty, committed suicide, by means of an asp bite. 1851 – Isaac Singer was granted a patent (#8,294) for his sewing machine. 1877 – Asaph Hall discovered the Mars moon Deimos. 1883 – The last quagga, […]

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August 11 in Pop Culture History

August 11 in Pop Culture History 3114 BC – The Mesoamerican Long Count calendar, used by several pre-Columbian Mesoamerican civilizations, began. This was the calendar that caused the Friday, December 21, 2012 ‘end of the world’ fears. 1858 – The Eiger in the Bernese Alps was ascended for the first time by Charles Barrington, along […]

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Hatfield And McCoy Descendants Unearth The Site Of Their Families 1888 Ambush

(PCM) Nearly everyone knows the story of the infamous Hatfield And McCoy family feud that claimed at least a dozen lives leading up to an ambush that took place in 1888 and did not officially come to an end until the descendants of both families signed a truce in 2003. Many believe that the actual feud… Read More

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