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NEW CASTLE - September is Library Card Sign-up Month, a time when New Castle County Libraries join the American Library Association to remind parents, caregivers, and students that signing up for a … more
CAMDEN - For the first time since 2019, the public is invited to join more than 35 organizations at “Family Emergency Preparedness Day” in Brecknock Park on Saturday. more
NEW CASTLE - A public Board meeting of the Commissioners of the Delaware River and Bay Authority will be held on Tuesday, Sept. 20 in the James Julian Boardroom at the Administration Building. more
Rep. Bryan Shupe will retain his seat for a third time in the House of Representatives, beating his opponent Patrick Smith with about 69% of the vote in the Republican primary in the 36th … more
WILMINGTON — Legislators and advocates for Delaware’s dementia community, including the Alzheimer’s Association, witnessed Gov. John Carney sign Senate Bill 283 into law Thursday. more
ELLENDALE — The town will hold an election Sept. 24 to decide on proposed annexation of about 151 acres owned by Liborio Ellendale LLC for the development of Newdale Acres on South Old State Road. more
GEORGETOWN — Under consideration since March, the Environmental Protection Agency is adding the Georgetown North Groundwater Site to the Superfund National Priorities List. more
GEORGETOWN — Soon-to-be Sussex County Register of Wills Gregory Fuller’s Wednesday plans were breakfast with his wife, then collecting campaign signs. more
DOVER — In the hours following her loss in the Democratic primary election Tuesday, embattled State Auditor Kathy McGuiness released a statement thanking her backers and applauding victorious challenger Lydia York. more
DOVER — Kent County Levy Court Commissioner Eric Buckson has won the 16th Senate District Republican primary against incumbent Sen. Colin Bonini and former U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Kim Petters. more
DOVER — Democratic voters rendered their collective decision in resounding fashion Tuesday, choosing Lydia York as their candidate for state auditor in the upcoming general election. more
GEORGETOWN — Springboard Collaborative and its mission to build a pallet village for the homeless population have encountered a delay in American Rescue Plan Act funding. But it has not changed the goal to open the 40-person shelter this fall — a temporary housing program structured as a steppingstone to self-sustainability. more
Delaware’s legislature earned a 36% conservative rating according to an analysis by the Center for Legislative Accountability, the Conservative Political Action Committee, and the American … more
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Delaware House Majority Leader Valerie Longhurst was named co-chair of the nationwide State Legislative Mental Health Caucus on Monday. The Caucus was launched by … more
DOVER—The Legislative Building Committee will meet on Sept. 22 at 9 a.m. to continue discussions regarding a potential expansion to Legislative Hall. The committee has met routinely since … more
DOVER—The Kent County Levy Court will reconvene for a meeting on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Two resolutions will be introduced at the meeting; one to declare Sept. 18 through 24 as Adult … more
WILMINGTON—As state employees prepare for a change in their medical plan coverage, elected officials will hold an informative town hall on Monday night at Goldy Beacom College. Rep. Mike … more
DOVER - The Delaware Department of Transportation will host two Interactive Planning Sessions to collaboratively consider future land use opportunities for the borrow pits located at 3700 Bay Road, a news release said. more
After months on the campaign trail, Delaware’s primary election is just days away.For Delawareans who wish to vote but are unsure about the logistics of Election Day, the Delaware State News is … more
DOVER — A Kent County man has filed a formal complaint with the Delaware Public Integrity Commission against R. Keller Hopkins, a member of the Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission … more
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