AGH’s New Regional Cancer Center Site Plan OK’d By Berlin

A front view of Atlantic General Hospital’s proposed cancer center in front of the Berlin Nursing Home is pictured. Rendering by Vista Design, Inc.

BERLIN – Atlantic General Hospital’s campus is set to expand with the addition of a new cancer care center. On Wednesday, the Berlin Planning Commission approved the site plan for the new Atlantic General Hospital Cancer Center. The 17,855-square-foot building, which will be erected at the intersection of Old Ocean City Boulevard and Route 113… Read more »

In Exclusive Interview, Inmate Talks About Addiction, Recovery, Teaching Fellow Prisoners About Accountability In Jail, His Future

Chase Fehrenbach was sentenced to 21 years in prison in 2008 for armed robbery , theft and burglary, crimes he said he committed to fund his heroin addiction. He is pictured with a dog he helped rehabilitate through his prisons outreach Paws fora  Cause Program.

GEORGETOWN, Del. — For the last eight years, 32-year-old coastal Delaware native Chase Fehrenbach has woken up each morning in a small, cold jail cell in Sussex Correctional Institute (SCI) in Georgetown, Del. He doesn’t look like most of the other hardened criminals who reside behind the walls and the razor wire fences of one… Read more »

Repeat Offender Ordinance Headed To Council; Ocean City Could Pass As Emergency Measure

OCEAN CITY — Resort officials this week advanced an ordinance that will, if approved, enhance penalties for those issued civil citations for various offenses but flaunt the law and continue the same illegal activity throughout the same day. Last month, the Police Commission began cursory discussions about enhanced subsequent penalties for individuals who might receive… Read more »

Curing Our Coast Series Looks At Enforcement As Reporter Goes Undercover With Detectives

OCEAN CITY — Sergeant Shawn Jones of the Ocean City Police Department’s Narcotics Unit calmly adjusts his bullet proof vest as he sits in the passenger seat of an undercover vehicle. He’s carefully watching cars traverse along a backroad of southern Delaware, near Selbyville. He’s looking for junkies, and his eyes are transfixed on one… Read more »

Council Updated On Median Fence Project

OCEAN CITY — The dune-style median fence project for Coastal Highway continues to move forward after State Highway Administration (SHA) officials this week provided the Mayor and Council with an update. SHA District Engineer Donnie Drewer and Assistant District Engineer Dallas Baker on Tuesday briefed the Mayor and Council on a variety of projects in… Read more »