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DOVER—Democratic leaders have once again introduced a bill requiring a permit to purchase handguns in the First State. Senate Bill 2 was introduced Wednesday and would allow Delawareans to … more
DOVER — The combination of pedestrians crossing the six-lane U.S. 13 and speeding cars can be lethal. So it’s no surprise that a study conducted in June 2020 by the Delaware Department … more
DOVER—The pace is picking up on Legislative Hall’s $6.5 million roof replacement and cupola rehabilitation, which is set for completion by the end of this year. Since the … more
Delaware State University’s Police Chief Bobby Cummings plans to retire at the end of May, a school spokesman confirmed Tuesday. more
DOVER — Voters in Tuesday’s Municipal Election’s mayoral race had a choice between two vastly different candidates. Incumbent Robin Christiansen has served as Dover’s mayor … more
CAMDEN — Faced with the challenge of saving 100-plus animals, John Parana needed a creative way to get donations quickly. So the executive director of the First State Animal Center and … more
DOVER — Incumbent Mayor Robin Christiansen will be challenged by entrepreneur Diana Welch as voters in the city go to the polls Tuesday. Mr. Christiansen has been mayor of Dover since 2014 … more
DOVER— A pair of educational initiatives in the House of Representatives look to further utilize school data and develop improvement plans for schools with struggling proficiency … more
A 46-year-old man was arrested on weapons and assault charges following an altercation on South State Street on Friday evening, Dover police said. more
DOVER — A 25-year-old man was arrested for burglary following an alarm call at the Dover Public Library on Friday, authorities said. more
The minimum voting age for school board elections could be modified under new legislation filed in Delaware’s House of Representatives. The act would allow 16- and 17-year-olds to vote for school board members but does not extend to other public school elections, like referendums. more
DOVER - In the aftermath of a destructive fire on April 7, the Justice family continues to inch forward. more
DOVER — State Treasurer Colleen Davis announced today that the nation’s three top rating services have all delivered the highest possible rating to Delaware. Moody’s, Fitch, and S … more
DOVER — The 90th Dover Days Festival on May 5 and 6, in downtown Dover, is growing after a three-year hiatus. Friday evening will include a kickoff from 5 to 9 p.m. with food vendors and … more
Over the next two weeks, Gov. John Carney will once again decide whether to allow the legalization and regulation of marijuana to become law. more
DOVER — Proving it’s never too late for love (and especially romance), the Kent County Theatre Guild takes on a decidedly adult tale with the comedy “Sex Please, We’re … more
The Delaware Public Integrity Commission will meet from 10 a.m. to noon Tuesday at the Margaret O’Neill Building at 410 Federal St. in Dover. more
DOVER — While the city’s Parks & Recreation services are still reeling from the effects of the pandemic and rising inflation, something had to take a back seat in the … more
Lawmakers and community organizations in Delaware are reacting to a Texas ruling Friday that will halt the federal approval of mifepristone, a drug commonly used in medically induced abortions. more
DOVER – The Downtown Dover Partnership (DDP) is seeking input for a dynamic summer market to enrich the downtown Dover community. The DDP is now exploring whether the time is right to … more
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