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DOVER — Legislative Hall has played host to Delaware’s General Assembly since 1933, and for the first time in 28 years, the state’s capitol building may see a significant … more
DOVER — Vote411, a nonpartisan online tool maintained by the League of Women Voters of Delaware, is now available for residents looking for voting and candidate information for the Sept. 13 … more
MILFORD — Converting a downtown intersection ahead of a bridge replacement and redistricting city wards were among the items on the busy agenda of the Milford City Council meeting … more
DOVER — After Monday’s FBI raid of former President Donald Trump’s Florida Mar-a-Lago estate in search of classified White House records, Delaware political officials offered their … more
GEORGETOWN — Sussex County Council on Tuesday tabled a motion asking the Georgetown Historical Society to refund a recent grant, amid controversy over a Confederate flag flying on the grounds of the society’s museum. more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the Grants Gateway application is open for local governments and organizations for Fiscal Year 2024, which … more
DOVER — Delaware Animal Services is seeking the public’s help with providing any information that may lead to identifying the person responsible for abandoning a dog that was found … more
ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Larry Hogan on July 25 announced the launch of the Homeownership Works pilot program, a $10 million economic recovery initiative that will rehabilitate homes to create new … more
CHICAGO — The Chicago Network and Investor Cash Management recently hosted an event in Chicago focusing on the collaboration of women leaders in government, finance and technology. The event, … more
NEWARK — At the entrance of the Timberlane manufactured housing community in Newark, several lawn signs can be found displaying the message, “Rep. Wilson-Anton, where is the … more
MILLSBORO — If all goes well, town police officers will be enforcing from their new station by spring 2024, if not a little bit sooner. more
NEWARK — The state made strides toward improving the mental health of generations to come on Wednesday, as Gov. John Carney and several lawmakers gathered at Sean’s House for the signing … more
CAMBRIDGE - Six residents of Cambridge have submitted the necessary documents to appear on the ballot to fill the unexpired term of Cambridge mayor for a special election to be held Tuesday, Aug. 23, … more
Salisbury’s volunteer firefighters could soon be eligible for a new incentive program that offers monetary awards earlier in their years of service rather than as a retirement benefit. Once … more
Coming to a compromise for comprehensive legislation was no easy task for manufactured housing stakeholders, lobbyists and lawmakers this past legislative session. Typically home to seniors on … more
Delaware Department of Correction Commissioner Monroe B. Hudson Jr. announced that he has appointed Bureau of Community Corrections Chief Terra Taylor as the department’s deputy commissioner, effective Tuesday. more
Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings on Tuesday announced that the state is joining a nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force of 50 attorneys general to investigate and take legal action against telecommunications companies that bring a majority of foreign robocalls into the United States. more
Eligible Delaware households will receive emergency food benefits under the Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer program to cover the summer period when children are not receiving meals at school. more
DOVER — During a busy final week of July, Gov. John Carney traveled up and down the state signing bills, putting the final touches on 23 pieces of legislation, with 155 awaiting his … more
DOVER (AP) — A federal judge on Monday refused to dismiss a lawsuit filed against Delaware government officials who recalled a vanity license plate issued to a breast cancer survivor because of … more
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