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GEORGETOWN — Sussex County leaders have approved a property agreement with the Delaware Department of Transportation in the realignment of Park Avenue — a linchpin in the county’s plan to extend Delaware Coastal Airport’s main runway. more
Members of the Eastern Region of the National Association of State Treasurers have elected Delaware Treasurer Colleen Davis as their new vice president. more
DOVER — Planned Parenthood of Delaware and local Democratic lawmakers rallied against Texas’ recent law which restricts abortion access. The law in Texas went into effect on Wednesday … more
DOVER — Vowing to take a tough stance on gun crimes and pledging to assist substance abusers while locking up drug dealers, retired Judge Charles “Chuck” Welch announced his … more
ANNAPOLIS — Areas of Dorchester County will be treated by an aircraft to reduce the adult mosquito population, beginning the evening of September 2, weather conditions permitting, a statement … more
The leading index provider and credit rating agency Standard and Poor’s Global Ratings has once again assigned Salisbury its “AA” rating, with a stable outlook for the city’s … more
CAMBRIDGE — Citizens will soon see a new vehicle on the scene of emergencies, as the City of Cambridge has bought a new tower truck for Rescue Fire Company (RFC). The vehicle will be built by … more
Salisbury City Council members have declared Mitchell Landing Apartments as surplus property, the first step in selling the 2.68-acre property. With the council’s approval in hand, the … more
CAMBRIDGE — Elected officials and agriculture specialists gathered Aug. 26 for a Legislative Farm Tour, organized by the Maryland and Dorchester Farm Bureau. “It’s a good … more
CAMBRIDGE — Citizens will soon see a new vehicle on the scene of emergencies, as the City of Cambridge has bought a new tower truck for Rescue Fire Company (RFC). The vehicle will be built by … more
Millions of American renters wiped their brows with relief last month when President Joe Biden and his administration extended the eviction moratorium. Now, they’re starting to sweat once again after the Supreme Court’s decision to block the ban Thursday. more
PRINCESS ANNE — Somerset County is back in the recycling business after the County Commissioners approved a memorandum of understanding with Wicomico County. "This a 10-month agreement, and … more
SEAFORD — It’s out with the old and in with the new for voter registration in Seaford. City leaders have shelved registration through the “Book of Registered Voters” and are switching to Delaware’s statewide voter-registration system, used for state, county and national elections. more
Delaware’s three members of Congress, as well as Gov. John Carney, offered condolences Thursday, after two suicide bombers outside the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul halted efforts to move U.S. citizens and Afghan allies out of Afghanistan following the Taliban’s takeover. more
MILFORD — City Council is moving forward with plans to invest in the community through the purchase of two properties — one that could be the site of industry and the other, a 19-acre park. more
GEORGETOWN — New hangars are in the works. An extension of the main runway remains a prime focus in the long-range plan. And with federal support, another project at Delaware Coastal Airport — apron expansion — is now taxiing for takeoff. more
DOVER — Standing before a receptive audience of about 75 supporters Wednesday, Republican Lee Murphy formally announced his candidacy to take Delaware’s lone U.S. representative seat in … more
GEORGETOWN — Julianne Murray, a Delaware attorney who fell short in a 2020 bid to unseat Democratic Gov. John Carney last November, intends to unveil plans for next year in mid-September. “She … more
WILMINGTON — The offices of Sens. Tom Carper and Chris Coons and Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, all D-Del., are continuing efforts to aid Delawareans who are in Afghanistan. more
CHRISTIANA — In a statement released Tuesday, Rep. David Bentz, D-Christiana, announced he will not run for reelection next year. more
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