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SMYRNA — A hearing to discuss allowing dwellings in the town’s corridor commercial district is scheduled for Oct. 17 at Town Hall. more
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
SEAFORD—Gov. John Carney and First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney announced the implementation of a new school registration system on Monday. The registration system, authorized by Senate Bill … more
WILMINGTON - Attorney General Kathy Jennings on Monday announced that Delaware, along with New Jersey and the District of Columbia, is leading a coalition of attorneys general from across the nation in support of the world’s largest credit card companies’ adoption of a new merchant category code for the sale of firearms and ammunition, a news release said. more
The Delaware Freedom Festival, organized by the Sussex County Republican Committee, will kick off Oct. 7. 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
COLLEGE PARK - Councilmember Lenny Pfeffer of the Dorchester County Council has graduated from the Academy for Excellence in Local Governance at the University of Maryland. The ceremony took place … more
The U.S. Department of Education announced nearly $1 billion in awards through the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act on Thursday, including more than $4.8 million for the First State. more
GEORGETOWN — The top rungs of the Georgetown Police Department’s ladder are being modified to reduce redundancy, boost morale and spread the workload. more
WILMINGTON — A rally to oppose the state’s move to a Medicare Advantage plan for its pensioners will be held at Freedom Plaza on Tuesday. more
The Delaware Department of Justice’s Investor Protection Unit has issued a summary order to cease and desist against 23 entities and individuals involved in a cryptocurrency scam, Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced Wednesday. 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
DOVER (AP) — A federal judge has issued an injunction barring Delaware from enforcing provisions of a new law banning the manufacture and possession of homemade “ghost guns,” which can’t be traced by law enforcement officials because they don’t have serial numbers. more
The Milford City Council will host a public meeting Wednesday night at 6 p.m. 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
Less than a week before the start of Delaware’s Medicare Open Enrollment period, state retirees have filed a lawsuit over the change to a Medicare Advantage Plan. Retirees Investing in … more
MILFORD — Residents and businesses receiving power from the city’s electric utility will see a cost increase starting in October, officials announced Tuesday. more
Sens. Tom Carper and Chris Coons and Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, all D-Del., are celebrating a $1.25 million grant award to the Delaware Volunteer Firefighter’s Association from the Federal Emergency Management Agency. 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
DOVER — The Delaware Healthcare Association named Rep. Bill Bush, D-Dover, the organization’s 2022 Legislator of the Year on Tuesday. more
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