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DOVER — Following the resignation of Councilman Matt Lindell in September, the city will hold a special election to fill the 1st District seat now open. more
GEORGETOWN — A split decision has floored a pitch for a hotel and restaurant near Fenwick Island. To the delight of those opposed, a conditional use requested by Carl M. Freeman Companies seeking Sussex County Council’s approval for a multistory, 70-room hotel and restaurant failed Tuesday in a 2-2 deadlock, one vote short of the required majority. more
MILLSBORO — Body art is commonly displayed in today’s world. But Millsboro Police Chief Brian Calloway admits he isn’t a fan of tattoos. “You won’t see a tattoo on me,” Chief Calloway said during the town’s Oct. 4 council meeting. But “at the end of the day, this is tough when you try to recruit people.” more
WILMINGTON — Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, accompanied by her attorney, pleaded not guilty to all charges against her Tuesday, the day after she was indicted by a New Castle County grand jury. more
SEAFORD — City leaders may be a step away from taking a page from Indiana and enacting an ordinance that would establish a process for “dignified” disposal of fetal remains from abortions. more
DOVER — Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness was indicted on misdemeanors and felonies Monday for alleged wrongful actions, including hiring her teenage daughter and the daughter's friend for seasonal jobs they may have not worked. more
BALTIMORE — The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold a second virtual public comment hearing on the proposed 10.625 MW Costen Solar solar generating facility in Somerset County at 7 … more
Michele Gregory, elected in 2019 to represent District 4 on the Salisbury City Council, is now a Democrat candidate running for State Senate in District 38 to replace Republican Sen. Mary Beth … more
DOVER — With an early November deadline approaching, Delaware’s General Assembly will host three hearings later this month to allow residents to comment on its proposed legislative redistricting maps. more
DOVER — As the county updates its information technology infrastructure, a pitch to move some aspects of it to an outside company was met with debate during a Tuesday Kent County Levy Court committee meeting. more
States with small populations say a federal plan to take back unspent emergency rental aid and redistribute it elsewhere is unfair, potentially depriving them and their residents of millions of dollars to address broad affordable housing challenges. more
DOVER — According to a state housing official, while the U.S. Treasury Department has been authorized to pull back funds from the Emergency Rental Assistance Program since Sept. 30, they are continuing to flow into the First State. more
MILLSBORO — In early September, Town Council approved rezoning for a chunk of land in the third and final piece of Plantation Lakes — a large and still-growing community that, at maximum buildout, would include 2,494 homes. more
DOVER — With the firm assertion that the residency experience is not like what is shown on “Grey’s Anatomy,” Bayhealth representatives attended a Tuesday Kent County Levy Court meeting to tell how its Graduate Medical Education Program will increase access to health care. more
NEWARK — City Council reviewed the proposed 2022 budget during its meeting Monday with few objections. more
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney and Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long on Thursday announced the Community Investment Recovery Fund, which will provide nonprofits one-time financing to support major capital projects in areas hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. more
PRINCESS ANNE — The Somerset County Commissioners are taking a stand against the state’s plan to tinker with the Manokin River oyster sanctuary and directed the county attorney to file an … more
HARRINGTON — Daniel Tartt has resigned as city manager after a little more than a year on the job. more
MILLSBORO — Priding itself as No. 1 in residential growth in Delaware’s fastest-growing county, Millsboro has reached a crossroad for infrastructure updates and other capital improvements. more
GEORGETOWN — Ben Carson does not like the path America has taken nor the direction it is heading. And he believes faith, liberty, community and life are the solutions. more
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