The Delaware Wave

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The Delaware Wave is a Gannett-owned English-language newspaper based in Bethany Beach, Delaware. The weekly 11-inch by 17-inch newspaper, published every Tuesday, serves Bethany Beach to Fenwick Island on the beach and Georgetown to Selbyville on its western and more rural area with local news coverage. It is one of three Gannett newspapers in Delaware with a circulation of approximately 22,000 per week. Others being The Delaware Coast Press and Wilmington's The News Journal.


  • News
  • Perspective (changed to Voices in March 2008)
  • Health Matters (changed to Health in March 2008)
  • Education
  • Business
  • Shorelife
  • Our Neighbors
  • Faith & Family (Eliminated in December 2008)
  • Real Estate (Eliminated in December 2008)
  • Sports
  • Obituaries (changed to Area Deaths in March 2008)

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As part of the Delmarva Media Group, the Delaware Wave is one of many weekly newspapers that works in conjunction with The Daily Times in Salisbury, Maryland.

Other Delmarva Media Group publications include:

  • The Delaware Coast Press[1]
  • The Chincoteague Beacon[2]
  • The Delaware-Maryland Beachcomber
  • The Eastern Shore News[3]
  • The Ocean Pines Independent[4]
  • The Worcester County Times[5]
  • The Somerset Herald[6]
  • The Virginia Beachcomber
  • Go! Magazine
  • Shorewoman

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