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DOVER – Delaware lawmakers added to the infrastructure needed to secure off-shore wind energy on the last day of the legislative session. Touted as a highlight of the 152nd General … more
DOVER—The City of Dover planning commission will be reviewing a site plan for a new 5,120 sq/ft warehouse next to an existing 10,000 sq/ft warehouse on College Park Drive.   College … more
Support for a 24/7 emergency animal care hospital were exhibited during a hearing in late June and rewarded with a conditional use amendment approval by Town Council on Monday. more
According to the president’s public schedule, Joe and Jill Biden planned a return to the area, visiting their North Shores home this weekend. more
ANNAPOLIS – Governor Wes Moore on Friday announced 87 matching grant awards totaling $5.19 million for Maryland nonprofits, local jurisdictions, and heritage tourism organizations by the … more
The dismantling of two historical South Bradford Street structures continues to stir debate in Dover. more
GEORGETOWN — Residents and neighbors along Old Landing Road in Rehoboth Beach have split over whether to allow a retail business, in this case a hair salon, west of the four-way stop with … more
A recent move by Wicomico County Council to allow certain people to carry guns in county parks is slated to take effect in less than 60 days. more
Cambridge City Council unanimously approved the permanent removal of traffic lights from five downtown intersections. The move came during Council’s Monday, July 8 meeting, following a recommendation from City Engineer Carl “Bucky” Jackson. more
DOVER—Puffster, a boutique-styled smoke shop on Loockerman street in Downtown Dover, has received over 250 signatures across four petitions to allow the store to begin Marijuana retail, … more
SALISBURY — Salisbury officials said required maintenance and repair by a contractor has begun on the Circle Avenue Parking Garage which will continue for several months. Officials said … more
While most municipalities in downstate Delaware have taken the prohibition route, Georgetown is officially open to the marijuana business. The state-licensed recreational sale of adult-use cannabis is now a permitted use there, as are cultivation, manufacturing and testing of the substance in specified zoning districts in town limits. more
Millsboro leaders have taken a step to fund parks and recreation. more
The wide-open Cambridge city election set for Oct. 19 is just over three months away, and candidate filing forms are available now. All five City Council seats and the at-large mayor position … more
DOVER—City Council approved an ordinance pertaining to off-road vehicles during Monday’s council meeting, part of which is the addition of violation fines that could be as high $4,000. … more
MILFORD – A new water tower is looking to be added to Milford in the construction of the Milford Corporate Center. The Milford city council was presented with a proposal from KCI for … more
The wheels — and earth movers — officially got into motion on the $40 million East Camden Bypass on Monday, aiming to ease congestion and improve safety for all modes of transportation. more
REHOBOTH BEACH —Through threats of lawsuits and calls to resign the City of Rehoboth Beach Commissioners ratified an earlier decision to approve the contract and hire Taylour Tedder as city … more
A housing boom precipitated by the large-scale development of Plantation Lakes has created a population imbalance in the three Millsboro Town Council districts. more
The Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission is scheduled to review the final site and landscape plans of the second phase of Patriots Glen, a planned 128-lot residential community off John J. Williams Highway, Millsboro, during its 3 p.m. Wednesday meeting at 2 The Circle, Georgetown. more
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