First Heritage Bus Tour of 2013 Highlights Western Sussex

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The first of six scheduled bus tours of Sussex County was conducted on Saturday, July 20, with a nearly seven hour tour of many sites along the pristine Nanticoke River, the largest Delmarva tributary to the historic Chesapeake Bay.

Stops on this first tour of 2013 included the Seaford and Bethel museums, Trap Pond State Park and Phillip’s Landing outside of Laurel, where explorer John Smith first encountered the Nanticoke Indians in the early 1600s.

July 4th Fireworks

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There are plenty of places in Southern Delaware to enjoy beautiful fireworks on July 4th. Whether you're craving a small-town feel or an impressive display, there is something everyone will enjoy. Check out the fireworks and festivities in the following areas:

The Summer of 2013 is Upon Us!!

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There's no mistaking it - the mercury in the thermometer has risen, the traffic on Route 1 has intensified and the amount of clothing being worn on or near the beach has diminished. It's summertime 2013 in Southern Delaware, the busiest time of year along the 26 miles of Atlantic coastline that comprise the most wondrous part of the nation's First State.

World Class Entertainment Coming to the Freeman Stage

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Officials with the Freeman Stage at Bayside offiically announced last week its lineup for the 2013 summer season - and what a lineup it is!

Headlining this year's entertainment calendar are big name acts like Pat Benator, Darius Rucker, Sheryl Crow, Lyle Lovett and Michael McDonald, with tons of tribute bands, family entertainment and other acts rounding out the rest of the season.

7,000 Girls Around the World Hoping to Visit Southern Delaware this August

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In a packed house on Monday, Jan. 7, Sen. Thomas R. Carper, Delaware's senior United States senator and a former governor of the First State, walked to the podium and uttered two words that simply said it all - "Play Ball!"

And with that, the announcement was made that Little League International had awarded southern Delaware with a second World Series event, to be played this August at the Lower Sussex Little League Complex in tiny Roxana, Del.