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John Glenn’s Remains Disrespected: Mortuary Staffer Offered ‘A Peek’ Of Astronaut

The U.S. Air Force is currently investigating claims that a mortuary staffer offered two inspectors “a peek” at famed astronaut John Glenn‘s body while it was awaiting burial in Dover Air Force Base in Delaware, the Military Times reports. The website claims it obtained a memo — written by the Defense Department’s director of casualty Read More

Truck plows into AnalTech, Releasing Foul Odor

21 hours agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

It's a headline for your inner 12-year-old. Monday, two pickup trucks collided in Newark, Delaware, and one of the trucks smashed into the laboratory of the AnalTech company, leaving a large hole behind. A bad odor began emanating from...Show More Summary

"John Glenn’s remains were disrespected at the military's mortuary, Pentagon documents allege."

"A senior mortuary employee at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware twice offered horrified inspectors a peek at American icon John Glenn's dead body while the famed astronaut awaited burial earlier this year, according to an internal memo obtained by Military Times."

Truck Smashes Into Building Called “AnalTech”, Awful Smells Emerge (For Real)

Before any other facts are doled out here, we do want to  make one thing abundantly clear. AnalTech is the shortened name of the business Analytical Technology based out of Delaware. Whereas normally, a small truck smashing into a building with no fatalities is not news, what you need to understand here is the irony […]

Dressed John Milton Statue in Milton, Delaware

The sleepy old shipbuilding community of Milton, Delaware, has a quirky and charming local tradition. Along a path called “The Governor’s Walk” is a life-sized statue of the English poet John Milton, the town’s namesake. Sitting peacefully...Show More Summary

Bunkers of Cape Henlopen State Park in Lewes, Delaware

Cape Henlopen State Park is home to some of Delaware’s most pristine beaches, wild seaside forests, and flowing dune landscapes. Each summer, throngs of visitors flock to the state park to enjoy a day in the sand, surf-fishing, or a bike ride along one of the many paved paths that traverse the 5,200 acre park. Show More Summary

Roosevelt Inlet Shipwreck in Lewes, Delaware

Hurricanes have rocked the East Coast of the United States for centuries. Add to the equation strong Atlantic currents, a mix of shoals, and ships that for ages were primarily made out of wood, and you've got a coastline turned into a veritable boneyard. This is exactly the case on the Delaware coast. Show More Summary

Novel technology applied to replace aging bridge

(University of Delaware) The University of Delaware has collaborated with state transportation officials on the design and construction of a new bridge, which continues to be monitored via a custom-designed instrumentation system. The old bridge was replaced with new technology known as a geosynthetic reinforced soil integrated bridge system (GRS-IBS).

Labeling a bacterial cell 'jacket'

(University of Delaware) A team of researchers from the University of Delaware have discovered how to label and light the sugar backbone of a bacterial cell wall. The findings will advance immune system research.

Grant to fund research of microplastics in Delaware Bay

(University of Delaware) University of Delaware researchers have received funding to study the distribution and concentration of microplastics in the Delaware Bay. This small debris can cause problems in the aquatic food chain. The UD team is hoping their findings can help government regulators shape new policy to protect the environment.

The Cannonball House in Lewes, Delaware

Not many things that get hit with a cannonball live to tell the tale. That is one claim to fame for the small town of Lewes, Delaware. Lewes is notable for its many historic homes, but perhaps the most unique is the Cannonball HouseShow More Summary

The Doors of Fame in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware

Every community should have a space that lives and breathes art and culture, one that artists can collectively group up to teach, and proudly display their works. For Rehoboth Beach, Delaware that place is the Rehoboth Art League. One...Show More Summary

Truck Crash into AnalTech Releases Odor

It was an unforgettable day at the memorably-named company AnalTech. At approximately 6:30 a.m. Monday, a car crash involving two pickup trucks sent one of the vehicles inside the AnalTech building of Newark, Delaware, leaving a giant hole. Show More Summary

Judge upholds election OKing tax hike, despite violations

A Delaware judge has upheld a 2015 school district election in which residents approved a property tax increase, despite finding that the district's advocacy for the tax hike violated the … Click to Continue »

Police: Off-duty Delaware trooper fatally shot boyfriend after domestic dispute

Authorities are investigating a domestic dispute in which they say an off-duty Delaware state trooper opened fire on her boyfriend after he severely beat her.

Delaware Life Story

Lawmakers in Delaware are considering a bill that would roll back many of the state’s pro-life laws. SB5 maintains the U.S. Constitution provides for abortion of preborn babies prior to viability and the life laws in question are in violation. Show More Summary

A FRESH, YOUNG FACE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY! Biden fuels 2020 speculation. Flashback: Biden Sw…

A FRESH, YOUNG FACE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY! Biden fuels 2020 speculation. Flashback: Biden Swims Naked, Upsetting Female Secret Service Agents: Agents say that, whether at the vice president’s residence or at his home in Delaware, Biden has a habit of swimming in his pool nude,” Kessler writes in the book – due for release […]

DRJTBC to Upgrade Iconic “Trenton Makes The World Takes” Sign with LED Color Changing Lights

NJ 101.5 reports, “The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission announced on [May 22] that Car & Duff, Inc., of Huntingdon Valley [PA], will be paid no more than $647,000 to install LED color-changing lights” on the famous “Trenton Makes The World Takes” sign displayed on the commission’s Lower Trenton Toll-Supported Bridge. Show More Summary

Abortionist Kicked Out of Multiple States Opens New DC Abortion Clinic Killing Babies Up to 24 Weeks

In the wake of the forced closure of his Delaware abortion facility due to failure to pay rent, the notorious abortionist Steven Chase Brigham has quietly opened a new abortion facility in Washington, D.C. Ever attempting to conceal his ownership and the true nature of his shady abortion business, Brigham is calling his new facility […]

Delaware lawmakers begin drafting budget

Members of the Delaware legislature's budget-writing committee are set to begin drafting a spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year. The General Assembly's Joint Finance Committee was scheduled to convene … Click to Continue »

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