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SELBYVILLE — Registered voters in the town go to the polls Saturday in a municipal election that has four candidates seeking two Town Council positions. more
MILLSBORO — The town of Millsboro and Delaware’s Department of Transportation are hoping to turn the page on traffic-flow improvements that target congestion and turning issues. more
Wicomico County Council members have unveiled their roster of 21 citizens to thoroughly examine and possibly rewrite the document that governs county operations.   Fourteen people have been … more
WASHINGTON — The Democratic Clean Energy Package, also known as the CLEAN Future Act of 2021, will include key provisions led by Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, D-Del. more
On Wednesday, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Delaware extended the judicial emergency which has allowed the courts to stay in phase II of Gov. John Carney’s reopening … more
MILLSBORO — Pros and cons of golf carts on public streets in a golf course community may face Town Council’s road test this spring. more
DOVER — It’s election day in your town, and you’re ready to cast a ballot for the newest slate of council members. You checked with the state a week ago to make sure you’re registered, you showed up at your polling place well before it closed, and yet, when you arrive, you're told you can't vote. What's going on? more
PRINCESS ANNE — Somerset County Library staff presented an online program titled “Outreach When You Can’t Go Out” during the Maryland Statewide Circulation Conference held … more
DOVER — When it comes to implementation of the goals and strategies gathered in a Diversity and Inclusion Assessment presented by the Bethesda, Maryland-based IVY Planning Group to members of … more
DOVER – The Delaware General Assembly will reconvene next week in a virtual format due to the ongoing public health risks posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The full legislature has not met … more
DAGSBORO — Town Council granted approval to preliminary site plans for the Vines Creek Center, a proposed mix of office/retail space and apartments in the town center zoning district, on Feb. 23. more
MIDDLETOWN - Long-time Mayor Kenneth L. Branner Jr. was elected to another term and three incumbents retained their town council seats during the Town of Middletown’s election Monday. Mr. … more
DOVER — Delaware Stonewall PAC, a group focused on supporting equality for the LGBTQ community, elected several new board members at its annual membership meeting. more
DOVER — It’s been several years since the city has had to experience a wintry weather event like the one that froze over the area just two weeks ago. more
Salisbury City Council members are considering a plan that would cap fees paid to food delivery companies such as UberEats, Door Dash, Grub Hub and Postmates a way to help restaurants struggling … more
PRINCESS ANNE — For the second year in a row Somerset County’s financial picture was brighter than budgeted with the year-end general fund balance growing by $1 million when the original … more
2020 marked the first time legislators met remotely and the first time video of the proceedings was broadcast on the General Assembly’s website. Those practices have continued this year. more
DAGSBORO — Language and verbiage were scrutinized. Questions and concerns were addressed. Subject to several conditions, at its Tuesday meeting, Dagsboro’s Town Council approved the long-awaited second interconnection agreement with Artesian Water Co., which is slated to begin supplying Dagsboro with water from Artesian's Greater Dagsboro Water Treatment Plant by Sept. 1 or possibly sooner. more
ANNAPOLIS — The state’s initial conclusion in a multi-year study on a possible new Chesapeake Bay crossing has led planners to the current site, Kent Island. The Tier I Draft … more
SMYRNA — The 14-28 Democratic Committee will be meeting on Wednesday, March 10 at 7 p.m. Meeting will be held at the American Legion in Smyrna. more
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