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The Rehoboth Beach ocean outfall went live at the end of May. It’s now discharging treated wastewater into the Atlantic Ocean.

The city has been working on this project for a number of years after being mandated to stop discharging into the Lewes Rehoboth Canal. But the environmental opposition to this project remains, raising the question “what sort of oversight does the outfall need going forward?”

Delaware Center for the Inland Bays

The City of Rehoboth Beach met a state and federally mandated June 1 deadline on Friday to pull its wastewater discharge from the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal.

City of Rehoboth Beach

Results from a state-mandated study coinciding with Rehoboth Beach’s ocean outfall project show heavy rains contaminate the city’s stormwater outfalls and by extension the nearby ocean.

The Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk had a unique visitor this past weekend – a female gray seal pup.

Courtesy of City of Rehoboth Beach

The City of Rehoboth Beach will increase how much it costs to rent its renovated convention center next year.

City of Rehoboth Beach

The City of Rehoboth Beach is getting a new flag.

City of Rehoboth Beach

The company doing work on a Rehoboth Beach outfall pipe that will send treated wastewater into the Atlantic Ocean claims to have encountered a problem while drilling a hole underneath the seafloor.

Delaware Public Media

Two bridges spanning the 10-mile-long Lewes-Rehoboth Canal are set to get makeovers this year.

CAMP Rehoboth

Friday marks the 29th World AIDS Day.


The day seeks to provide an opportunity for people to unite in the fight against HIV and raise awareness of the continuing epidemic around the globe and here in Delaware



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The Rehoboth Beach rental tax will soon be comparable to most other beach towns.