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DOVER — Delaware State University President Dr. Tony Allen presented ambitious budget requests for fiscal year 2023 in front of the General Assembly’s Joint Finance Committee on Thursday. more
FRANKFORD — There will be no election or changing of hands in town government this year. more
Enrollment on Delaware’s Health Insurance Marketplace set an all-time high in 2022, with a 26.8% increase in participants over the open-enrollment total for 2021. more
DOVER — The Delaware Department of Transportation updated the state’s budget-writing committee on how it’s adapting for the future and continuing to ride through the COVID-19 … more
DOVER — With a growing number of female legislators in the General Assembly and a continued focus on issues affecting women, lawmakers announced the formation of the Delaware Legislative Women’s Caucus on Wednesday. more
MILFORD — City officials recently announced plans to conduct a survey of its residents, with a goal of identifying how to a better citizens’ quality of life. more
DOVER — A special election will be held next month to fill Gerald Brady's House of Representatives seat, which was vacated Wednesday. more
DOVER — Delaware’s Joint Finance Committee began its nearly month-long task to create the state’s next fiscal year budget Tuesday in Dover. The JFC is made up of lawmakers from … more
In a special meeting Jan. 31, members of the Cambridge City Council decided to begin studying the possibility of eliminating the post of mayor. The commissioners voted unanimously … more
GEORGETOWN — It was recognition time Tuesday as Sussex County government saluted the organizations that helped feed the need during the 2021 Caroling on The Circle food drive. more
PRINCESS ANNE — Town Commissioners approved slicing $125,000 from their American Rescue Plan allotment to be a direct benefit to small businesses that employ 10 or fewer workers. Business … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Phase 2 of the interior renovation of the Election House at Manokin River Park is nearly complete with lighting the final project. During the Town Commissioners’ … more
PRINCESS ANNE — An ordinance that regulates tattoo parlors in Princess Anne was unanimously amended by the Town Commissioners who afterwards were criticized for taking so long. During … more
SEAFORD — Police Chief Marshall Craft believes he has a proposal that will enhance public safety and, hopefully, connect some needy individuals to assistance for mental health, substance abuse, shelter and food. more
As a Delaware resident is being prosecuted federally for allegedly forging and selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards, lawmakers are aiming to criminalize such action at the state level, as well. more
DOVER — The Delaware State House of Representatives passed measures related to civil rights, to-go alcohol sales from restaurants and youth suicide and teen domestic violence prevention efforts … more
DOVER — The Delaware Senate passed legislation on Thursday releasing funds for capital improvement projects and wrapping up the FY2022 budget, distributing the rest of the fund allocations. It … more
DOVER — A mix of good and bad. Republican legislative leaders Thursday gave Gov. John Carney’s proposed budget for fiscal year 2023 a C/C- grade, commending his caution budgetary … more
The plan also enables support for tax cuts legislation making its way through the General Assembly this session. HB285 includes exempting 2021 unemployment insurance benefits from state personal … more
DOVER — Gov. John Carney’s proposed fiscal year 2023 budget has a focus on infrastructure, and a big bill for environmental initiatives. It includes $26.8 million for libraries, $6. … more
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