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Delmarva restores electric for 129,000 customers but after Friday’s storm, the entire energy grib...

Delmarva Power has restored service for the more than 129,000 customers who were affected by devastating impacts of Tropical Storm Isaias but now they say they may have to rebuild their grid after Friday...

Delmarva says 99% of affected customers of Tropical Storm Isaias have been restored

Delmarva Power is making its final push to restore service for customers affected by the devastating impacts of Tropical Storm Isaias. NEWARK (DE): Delmarva Power has restored electric service for more than 127,500 customers, which...

Power for more than 115,000 homes and businesses restored following Tropical Storm Isaias

Delmarva Power has restored electric service for more than 115,000 customers impacted by Tropical Storm Isaias. NEWARK (DE): Despite the extensive damage from high winds, heavy rains, and, in some areas, tornadoes, Delmarva Power continues...

Mysterious China seeds still showing up in Delaware mailboxes

Over the past week, Delawareans continued to receive unsolicited packages of mysterious seeds appearing to originate in China. DOVER (DE): Many Delawareans continue to receive suspicious packages of seeds over the weekend that appears to...
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