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DOVER — The General Assembly will not meet today due to the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden, a proud Delawarean. While this inauguration will have a drastically different … more
MILFORD — The city’s Board of Adjustment met some heavy criticism this week. Milford resident Jennifer Cinelli-Miller said she believes the board grants too many requests for variances … more
MILFORD — The city’s Board of Adjustment granted a slate of variances to a number of projects in its meeting this week. Two were applications related to new homes being built in … more
DOVER — Kent County will light the County Administrative Complex amber this evening as part of the first nationwide COVID-19 Memorial to Lives Lost. Starting at 5:30, cities and towns across the … more
DOVER — After hearing from "dozens" of inmates and advocates, a state lawmaker hopes to file a resolution this week that would establish a task force to study how the Delaware Department of … more
WASHINGTON — Several high-powered celebrities will be featured in Wednesday’s inauguration proceedings for the nation’s first president with deep First State ties. Some everyday Delaware … more
WASHINGTON — The Presidential Inaugural Committee has put together three events Tuesday night highlighting the nation’s diversity.“In the spirit of ‘America United,’ the committee is … more
WASHINGTON — On the night before President-elect Joe Biden is sworn into office, the Presidential Inauguration Committee will hold a memorial to honor the 400,000 lives lost to COVID-19 in the … more
Workers with Forrest Fence of Felton place metal fencing around Legislative Hall in Dover on Friday. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery) DOVER — An approximately 6-foot-tall metal fence was erected … more
MILFORD — The city’s Board of Adjustment met some heavy criticism this week.Milford resident Jennifer Cinelli-Miller said she believes the board grants too many requests for variances to the … more
MILFORD — The city’s Board of Adjustment granted a slate of variances to a number of projects in its meeting this week.Two were applications related to new homes being built in Milford’s … more
DOVER — The General Assembly met briefly Thursday, the third day of session this year, to approve a few resolutions and confirm the November reelection of Gov. John Carney and Lt. Gov. Bethany … more
DELAWARE — Many Republican leaders expressed discontent Wednesday with the Democrats’ approach to national politics, including the late afternoon decision to impeach President Donald … more
DOVER — A House panel Wednesday approved legislation aimed at preventing Delawareans from having to pay taxes on unemployment benefits and fixing the rates paid by employers, as well as a bill … more
WASHINGTON — As President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris are inaugurated next week, it'll be alongside some famous names and some local ones. The Presidential Inaugural … more
DOVER – Gov. John Carney intends to nominate Sussex County Superior Court Judge Craig Karsnitz as Resident Judge, and Robert Robinson as Superior Court Judge in Sussex County, he announced … more
DOVER — David Anderson likes to compare serving as a councilman on Dover City Council to being a cook in the middle of making a homemade meal. That’s the main reason why Councilman Anderson … more
DOVER – Gov. John Carney intends to nominate Sussex County Superior Court Judge Craig Karsnitz as resident judge, and Robert Robinson as Superior Court judge in Sussex County, he announced … more
DOVER — There was a congenial tug of war about short-term rentals between Dover Mayor Robin Christiansen and councilmen at this week’s City Council meeting.Near the beginning of the Monday … more
DOVER — Gerald L. Rocha Sr. has really only gotten a small taste of being a Dover city councilman since winning a special election in mid-August to fill Tanner Polce’s vacated seat. It … more
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