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DOVER — After 16 years of service to his constituents and the state, Rep. John A. Kowalko, D-Newark, announced Thursday that he will retire at the end of his term in November. more
NEW CASTLE — New Castle County Council on Tuesday approved $3 million to settle a case against former New Castle County Police Lt. Col. Quinton Watson, who was accused of sexually harassing six current and former female county employees in June 2020. more
The budget for FY2023 is up over $200 million from last year, as proposed by Gov. John Carney on Thursday. He released a financial overview of next year’s spending outlook which includes a … more
DAGSBORO — Mayor and council on Monday approved a hike in the town’s capital improvements impact fee, an increase structured to financially plan for upcoming projects. more
DOVER — An updated attempt to create a 12-week paid family and medical leave program in the First State was heard Wednesday by the state Senate’s Health & Social Services … more
Delaware Technical Community College’s impending mandate requiring proof of up-to-date COVID-19 vaccination for all students and visitors has drawn backlash from Republican lawmakers, who are labeling it “antithetical” and “mistimed.” more
DOVER — Recreational marijuanna legislation made it out of the the House Health and Human Development Committee Wednesday and will make its way to the House floor for a vote. This … more
GEORGETOWN — Municipalities in southern Delaware are in line to reap dividends from a booming real estate market — as much as a half-million dollars — courtesy of Sussex County’s realty transfer tax windfall. more
DOVER — Last year, General Motors announced that it would stop selling new vehicles with internal combustion engines and would only produce electric vehicles by 2035. This month, Chrysler … more
DOVER — Do you want to know who is making money off your name, address, Social Security number, biometric data and other personal information collected by data brokers? Rep. Krista Griffith, … more
While it might seem like we all just went through an election cycle, the fact is we’re about to enter another one. The deadline to file for state and local races is less than a month … more
Wicomico County Council member Nicole Acle announced Tuesday that she has filed as a Republican candidate for District 37B in the Maryland General Assembly. The sprawling district includes Talbot … more
DOVER — Legalization of recreational marijuana in Delaware is up for debate once again on Wednesday, this time in a session of the Health & Human Development House Committee. This is the … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Somerset County Department of Recreation, Parks & Tourism will begin streamlining its online marketing and promotional campaigns after receiving approval to run its internet … more
Wicomico County Council members appear poised to approve pay raises for the council that takes office this November, but want more time to consider raises for the next Sheriff and County … more
DOVER — Recognizing that working Delawareans and businesses deserve a break for their sacrifice during challenging times, Republican lawmakers are renewing their push to return surplus revenue to taxpayers. more
WILMINGTON — State Rep. Gerald Brady is resigning after 16 years of service in the House of Representatives, effective Feb. 4, he announced Friday. more
DOVER — The Delaware House of Representatives passed all five bills on the agenda on their second legislative session on Thursday. HB310, sponsored by Rep. Debra Heffernan, passed … more
DOVER — The Delaware State Senate on Thursday amended then approved a measure that would allow takeout alcohol sales and permit outdoor seating at restaurants and bars in the First State. … more
DOVER — Gov. John Carney’s State Of The State address Thursday drew mixed reviews from state Republican leadership, attracting kudos for several initiatives that include support … more
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