Trick Or Tipsy -Begining Of The Fall DUI Season

What do you think of when you see kids in costumes, candy, and scary decorations – Halloween of course! For many adults, Halloween has also become a time for mature fun, partying, and possibly one too many drinks.

If you are an adult who loves the Halloween party scene, you won’t be surprised that over a third of adults plan to attend a party in October. The restaurant and bar industry knows that Halloween is in the top ten list of holiday drinking, just behind Cinco de Mayo.

ST. Patrick’s Day In Delaware

Delaware comes alive with celebrations for St. Patrick’s Day, which is March 17. Many popular St. Patrick’s Day celebrations, such as the Milford Pub Crawl, are back this year. Green Beer will be flowing in abundance! Unfortunately, that means police will also make plenty of DUI arrests. Several St. Patrick’s Day drinking events are planned …

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What Should You Do If You Get A Dui On Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day is a happy and warm-hearted celebration of love. Many people plan extravagant activities for the holiday. From the perfect candlelit dinner to a picturesque walk at sunset, these can be some of the most memorable times you will ever have in your life. Unfortunately, your plans can turn stressful if you are pulled …

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Firefly At The Woodlands

Firefly Music Festival has been Delaware’s premier music festival since its inception in July 2012.  The 2021 dates are Thursday, September 23rd through Sunday, September 26th. People from all over the east coast and beyond will attend the festival at The Woodlands in Dover, Delaware located behind Dover International Speedway and Dover Downs Hotel & Casino. …

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Handheld Cellphone Crackdown Campaign

Delaware is cracking down on drivers who talk or text on their handheld cellphones while driving. The “Phone in One Hand. Ticket in the Other” driving campaign aims to reduce distracted driving, said Alison Kirk, spokeswoman for the state Office of Highway Safety. Law enforcement has taken a zero-tolerance stance against drivers seen using a handheld device …

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