Delaware Beach Visitors, Residents Should Get COVID-19 Test, Officials Say After More Than 100 Potentially ExposedDelaware Health officials are asking anyone who recently visited Rehoboth or Dewey beaches, or who live there, to get a coronavirus test after more than 100 people were exposed to the virus in the area.
Coronavirus Updates: Rehoboth Beach Removes Benches To Stop GatheringsThe benches won't be replaced until after the state's emergency order is lifted.
Coronavirus Latest: Rehoboth Beach Police Stopping Cars With Out-Of-State TagsIf you're going for a drive to get out of the house during the coronavirus pandemic, don't go to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
Delaware Official Defends Lifeguards After They Were Criticized For Putting Sick Shark In Trash CanLifeguards at a Delaware beach drew criticism for placing a 4-foot-long dying shark into a trash can, but a beach official says guards acted in the interest of public safety.
Police Searching For Suspect In Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk Stabbing Of Delaware TeenRehoboth Beach police are looking for help identifying a man suspect in the stabbing of a Milton teen.
Meet The National Aquarium's Newest Rescue Harp Seal 'Sally Ride'Sally the seal was originally found stranded on the shores of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware earlier in February. 
Rehoboth Bans Tents, Other Shade-Giving Items, From The BeachDo you prefer a shady beach experience? Your options will be limited this summer if you visit Delaware's Rehoboth Beach.
5th Missing Rehoboth Beach Lifeguard Stand FoundRehoboth Beach Police say a fifth lifeguard stand missing from the beach has been found off the coast of Ocean City, Maryland.
Police: Man Robs Rehoboth Beach Bank; No Weapon ShownState police say a man robbed a bank in Rehoboth Beach after handing a teller a note and implying he was armed.
Best Up-And-Coming Travel Destinations Of 2015Travelers looking to visit someplace new should consider these five up-and-coming American travel destinations in 2015.
Mid-Atlantic Beaches Ready For Post-Sandy SummerOfficials in Maryland and Delaware beach towns are hoping renovations, good publicity and activities pegged to historical events will help usher in a strong summer beach season, and they say the states are on track to receive more visitors this year.