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Lt. Governor Hall-Long, Mister Speaker, Mister President Pro Temp, Members of the 151st General Assembly, Members of the Cabinet, Distinguished members of the Judiciary, and my fellow … more
DOVER — Two years ago, the word “coronavirus” meant nothing to most Delawareans, Gov. John Carney said in his State of the State address Thursday. more
DOVER — The Dover Interfaith Mission for Housing may be feeling like one of its tenants lately — practically homeless and wondering what the future might hold. But Dover City Councilman Ralph Taylor Jr. believes he has identified a possible location for the agency, just south of the Dover Police Department — a spot he said will perfectly suit the nonprofit shelter and transitional facility for homeless men, as well as its resource center. more
DOVER — While addressing state legislators on Wednesday, a victim of sexual abuse by a public-school teacher said every Delaware public school should have a warning sign urging parents to … more
DOVER — The COVID-19 pandemic has caused lasting damage, but it has also been a catalyst for change for some industries in the First State and around the globe. more
MILLSBORO — While there are funds in the budget for one, there are no immediate plans for a new town planner in Millsboro. more
Delaware’s personal income tax brackets would be annually adjusted for inflation under a new House of Representatives bill, helping low- and moderate-income families avoid having their earnings unfairly taxed at higher rates. more
WILMINGTON – Former Governor and Congressman Mike Castle has joined as an Advisory Board member at A Better Delaware, a non-partisan public policy and political advocacy organization that … more
GEORGETOWN — Once again, there’s good news on Sussex County’s financial front. And local municipalities may reap some of the dividends. more
SEAFORD — The city is gearing up to enter the electric vehicle-charging world, with hope that its service will draw business to the downtown district. more
FRANKFORD — Frankford Town Hall, closed since Jan. 9 because of COVID concerns, is scheduled to reopen next week. Council vice president Skip Ash on Friday said Cheryl Lynch, town clerk, is … more
GEORGETOWN — The answer was a silent “no.” The request for public funding to support a proposed indoor facility at Sandhill Fields came up empty during Georgetown’s Town Council meeting Wednesday. more
DOVER — The state House of Representatives Thursday nearly unanimously passed bills relating to certified nursing assistant certification for the National Guard and to-go alcohol sales. HB … more
DOVER — Proposed legislation to eliminate the need for a permit for a concealed carry deadly weapon drew widespread reactions during the Delaware Senate Judiciary Committee meeting on … more
NEW CASTLE — In its first meeting of the new year, the New Castle County Council approved a slew of new ordinances, including several with six- and seven-figure funding for the Department of … more
DOVER — Gov. John Carney’s nominees to head the departments of Education and Human Resources were confirmed by the state Senate Wednesday. Former Brandywine School District … more
SEAFORD — Hit with litigation Tuesday by Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings, the city is standing behind its controversial ordinance requiring “dignified” disposal by burial or cremation of fetal remains from abortions performed within city limits. more
ANNAPOLIS — Legislative maps now before the General Assembly drafted by the Maryland Citizens Redistricting Commission will only change district numbers for Somerset County voters as it … more
DOVER — Members of the Dover City Council followed the recommendation of City Solicitor Nicholas Rodriguez and voted for the law firm of Barnes & Thornburg to serve as counsel to Dover when … more
MIDDLETOWN — Meeting for the first time this year Monday, the mayor and Town Council moved on COVID-19 regulations, approved a jiujitsu facility and heard concept plans for an apartment/town home complex on Garden Gate Drive. more
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