Local business
GREENWOOD — Delaware Electric Cooperative’s lineworkers won two awards at the 20th annual Gaff-n-Go Lineworker’s Rodeo in Doswell, Virginia. Over 300 lineworkers from 11 states …
MILFORD — The Food Bank of Delaware’s president and CEO believes the state “is going backwards in terms of the number of Delawareans who are food-insecure.” Cathy …
Development
DOVER — Many Delawareans do not have access to healthy food because they live in a food desert. On Tuesday, the Delaware State Senate voted unanimously to approve a bill that aims to …
Business Organizations
GEORGETOWN -- on June 12, Neighborly Home Care held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the Georgetown location. This is the third Neighborly Home Care location with one in Wilmington and one in …
LEWES — When Cheryl Wood and her spouse retired to Sussex County more than two decades ago, she didn’t intend on becoming the lynch pin of several programs aimed at helping the homeless …
A number of Americans are dealing with cellular outages on AT&T, Cricket Wireless, Verizon, T-Mobile and other service providers, according to data from Downdetector. AT&T had more than …
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DEVELOPMENT
The approved site plan for the 226-lot development of Stratus Estates in Georgetown was granted an extension by Sussex County Council on Tuesday.
Community
CHEER Inc. has announced that it has received monetary support from the M&T Charitable Foundation for the construction of its Gateway East Administration and Support Services Building in Georgetown.
DEVELOPMENT
The Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission will once again look at accessory dwelling unit and perimeter buffer legislation during its regular meeting Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Sussex County Administrative Office Building.
PLANNING AND ZONING
After stating that the office above his pole barn is in violation of county code and “I don’t care,” Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission member Brian Butler invited inspectors to his property, only to be told he was mistaken.
GOVERNMENT
A somber mood prevailed over County Council chambers Tuesday, as its members enacted an ordinance governing cannabis establishments.
WILMINGTON — The Delaware Department of Labor announces a new initiative to provide individuals in select registered apprenticeship programs with the opportunity to earn up to 42 college …
Following more than an hour of discussion Wednesday, the Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission deferred action on proposed rules governing accessory dwelling units and perimeter buffer zones.
This team of writers, designers and managers has impressed the industry once again. Almost 30 industry awards were presented this month to the Independent Newsmedia team of Daily State News, …
After approving locations in Seaford and Rehoboth Beach last week, the Sussex County Board of Adjustments on Thursday will consider contracts with Keystone Fireworks Tents for sales of fireworks in Ocean View and Bethany Beach.
Laurel’s ChickBerry Farms Weddings & Events is seeking to make improvements to its location, and County Council is expected to hear an ordinance approving or rejecting the changes Tuesday.
GEORGETOWN — Keystone Distributors, which since at least 2021 has operated the pop-up firework shops that appear in the Tanger Outlets, 36461 Seaside Outlet Drive in Rehoboth Beach, and …
HARBESON — There are things one might expect when driving the roads of Sussex County. Construction is likely. Traffic might be a definite, depending on where you are. But it’s not common …
REHOBOTH BEACH  — Redevelopment efforts seem to be well underway at the Rehoboth Mall along Coastal Highway, as the facility has added a Grocery Outlet Bargain Market this month, with a …
GEORGETOWN — The Social Security Administration returned to Georgetown on April 15 after several years of operating in Lewes.  Social Security Administration has relocated to 17 …
MILTON — The Milton Chamber of Commerce will host a public briefing by Roddy Flynn, the executive director of the Delaware Broadband Office, at 5 p.m. April 23 at the Milton Public Library. …
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