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FRANKFORD — The filing deadline for eligible candidates seeking council positions in the town of Frankford’s 2021 election is drawing near. Candidates must file written notice of … more
NEW CASTLE — Molly Magarik, secretary of the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services, announced Friday five leadership changes for the organization, involving four divisions and one of … more
DOVER — All three members of Delaware’s U.S. congressional delegation are calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from office ahead of the Jan. 20 inauguration. Following … more
DOVER — Newly elected Kent County Levy Court President Terry Pepper outlined his aspirations following Tuesday night’s organizational meeting, with an emphasis on building on his earlier … more
WASHINGTON — The three members of Delaware’s congressional delegation are safe after violent supporters of President Donald Trump broke into the U.S. Capitol Wednesday. According to … more
MILLSBORO — Through a motion to rescind, Millsboro officials have withdrawn their 2020 pitch to Delaware’s General Assembly seeking a town charter change that would legally allow golf … more
WASHINGTON — By Lisa McCulley’s description, Wednesday’s early gathering near the White House was partially a rally but more of a protest. “I would say it was about 70 to … more
DOVER — LaVaughn McCutchen has filed a nominating petition to run for the Dover City Council at-large seat currently held by Tim Slavin. Councilman Slavin has already announced his intention to … more
At its Monday meeting, Millsboro Town Council voted 4-1 to withdraw its 2020 request to the state legislature for a proposed town charter change that would allow golf carts on town-maintained … more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican lawmakers mounted their first official challenge to Joe Biden’s presidential election win Wednesday, objecting to state results from Arizona as they took up Donald … more
DOVER — William “Bill” Hare, who serves as president of Dover City Council, has filed a nominating petition, which has been received and verified by the city clerk in seeking … more
WASHINGTON — Sen. Chris Coons and Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester were each sworn in for a third term Sunday. The duo, both of whom are Democrats, won reelection in November. Sen. Coons garnered … more
HELENA, Mont. — As lawmakers around the U.S. convene this winter to deal with the crisis created by the pandemic, statehouses themselves could prove to be hothouses for infection. Many … more
WILMINGTON — Court of Common Pleas Chief Judge Alex J. Smalls has informed Gov. John Carney that he plans to step down from the bench effective May 1, according to a state news release. Alex J. … more
Sussex County Councilman Michael H. Vincent takes the oath of office, while his wife, Elaine, holds the Bible, during Sussex County Council's meeting Monday. The oath was administered by Judge … more
WASHINGTON — The Presidential Inaugural Committee has announced additional details about Jan. 20’s inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.The ceremony … more
U.S. Sen. Chris Coons takes part in a swearing-in reenactment with his wife, Annie, and Vice President Mike Pence. (Submitted photo/Sen. Chris Coons) WASHINGTON — Sen. Chris Coons and Rep. Lisa … more
DOVER — New to the slate of standing Senate committees this year will be one focusing on housing. “There is a housing crisis in this country. From redlining in the postwar era to rising debt, … more
WILMINGTON – Gov. John Carney today announced that he has appointed small business owner and farmer Ellen Magee to serve as Sussex County Register of Wills. Ms. Magee will replace Cynthia Green, … more
DOVER — Andre Bouchard, the leading member of the Delaware Court of Chancery, announced Tuesday he will retire at the end of April. Gov. John Carney, with the help of a special committee of … more
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