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As the fate of the state’s vote-by-mail and same-day voter registration laws await the Delaware Supreme Court, oral arguments are scheduled to take place this Thursday. more
With oral arguments set to conclude Wednesday, the constitutionality of Delaware’s vote-by-mail law is expected to be determined by the Delaware Supreme Court by the end of next week. more
Wicomico County will benefit from several roads and infrastructure improvements as part of the state’s Draft FY 2023-2028 Consolidated Transportation Program, Maryland Transportation Secretary … more
MILFORD — City officials and developers heard comments from residents Tuesday about plans to build a business park on a large stretch of land in Milford’s northwest corner. more
GEORGETOWN — Despite a legal threat, Town Council voted once again Monday to grant funding to the Georgetown Historical Society, sparking condemnation from opponents of a Confederate flag flying on the grounds of a society museum. more
Former Cambridge Commissioner Stephen Rideout defeated state Sen. Addie Eckardt on Tuesday to become the next mayor of Cambridge. Official results for the runoff election were released at about 9 … more
GEORGETOWN — Calls for Sussex County leaders to adopt a code of ethics have surfaced in response to conflict-of-interest concern and allegations during the primary election campaign. more
TOWNSEND — Gov. John Carney signed Senate Bill 328 on Tuesday, renaming the Blackbird State Forest’s Meadows Tract the “Bruce C. Ennis Tract” in honor of the retiring state senator. more
DOVER — After last week’s primary, Delaware Elections Commissioner Anthony Albence outlined some takeaways Monday, ahead of the Nov. 8 general election. more
CAMDEN — With Kent County Levy Court Commissioner Eric Buckson’s victory in the primary election Tuesday, the 16th Senatorial District will have new representation in Legislative Hall for the first time in 28 years. more
Tuesday’s primary election witnessed upset victories and neck-and-neck races, as results piled in through the night. more
DOVER — Sentencing for State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, found guilty of two misdemeanor offenses in July, is scheduled for 10 a.m. Oct. 19. more
Rep. Bryan Shupe will retain his seat for a third time in the House of Representatives, beating his opponent Patrick Smith with about 69% of the vote in the Republican primary in the 36th … more
DOVER — In the hours following her loss in the Democratic primary election Tuesday, embattled State Auditor Kathy McGuiness released a statement thanking her backers and applauding victorious challenger Lydia York. more
DOVER — Kent County Levy Court Commissioner Eric Buckson has won the 16th Senate District Republican primary against incumbent Sen. Colin Bonini and former U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Kim Petters. more
DOVER — Democratic voters rendered their collective decision in resounding fashion Tuesday, choosing Lydia York as their candidate for state auditor in the upcoming general election. more
DOVER — A Kent County man has filed a formal complaint with the Delaware Public Integrity Commission against R. Keller Hopkins, a member of the Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission … more
GEORGETOWN — A contentious primary race among Republicans in Sussex County Council’s 5th District will be decided Tuesday, with the winner facing Democrat Billy Edwards in November. more
PRINCESS ANNE — The Somerset County Sheriff’s Office was granted permission by the County Commissioners to expand its school resource officer program to include Holly Grove Christian … more
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