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WASHINGTON — On June 8, Sens. Tom Carper and Chris Coons, along with Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, all D-Del., hosted Delawareans accepted into the nation’s service academies during a reception in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — United States Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin are showing their support for an indoor recreation and community center in Westover by requesting $5 million in direct … more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works (BPW) accepted a contract of nearly $585,000 with Eastern Shore Forest Products Inc. for its emergency response to limit the spread of avian … more
WESTOVER — Food pantries, health agencies, churches and various charities in Somerset and Wicomico counties are again starting to receive boxes of produce from the vegetable gardens at Eastern … more
REISTERSTOWN — The Federal Emergency Management Agency will provide direct technical assistance to Crisfield as it prepares a grant application to be part of the federal Building Resilient … more
DOVER — The jury is set, and the criminal corruption trial of State Auditor Kathy McGuiness is scheduled to begin at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. more
DOVER — Members of Dover City Council deliberated for two days, May 31 and June 1, before unanimously accepting a proposed FY23 draft budget that contained numerous increases in a volatile … more
SMYRNA — Whenever Robert Johnson is faced with a barrier, he just does what he did at Smyrna High School in the 1960s and ’70s: He hurdles right over it. more
DOVER — After a two-week recess, lawmakers returned to Legislative Hall this week to discuss a wide variety of bills in the final nine days of session. One of two recently introduced gun … more
MILLSBORO – The challenger’s platform on transparency and communication paid off for Kimberley Kaan Saturday as she defeated incumbent Tim Hodges to claim Millsboro’s District 1 … more
DOVER — Delaware voters may not have to visit the ballot box to cast their votes after new legislation was introduced in the Senate on Friday. Senate Bill 320, sponsored by Sen. Kyle Evans … more
Gov. John Carney gathered with advocates and members of the General Assembly to sign a proclamation recognizing Pride Month in Delaware last Friday. more
DOVER — State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, the defendant in a criminal corruption case slated for trial next week, is now facing accusations in a civil lawsuit as well. A 19-page action claims … more
The Delaware Senate has voted 12-8 to pass a bill that would  restrict food establishments such as restaurants from offering plastic straws and food packaged in polystyrene foam containers  … more
The Senate voted unanimously to make the “grooming” of a child by an adult a felony, punishable by up to three years in prison. (The adult must be 4 years older than the child in question … more
DOVER — Lawmakers are one step closer to providing increased rent protection for residents of manufactured-housing communities after legislation passed in the Delaware Senate on Thursday. more
State Delegate Chris Adams and election newcomer Tom Hutchinson have united their campaign teams for the District 37B Republican primary election scheduled next month. Adams, a Salisbury business … more
DOVER - Jury selection is scheduled for Monday morning in the criminal corruption case against State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, followed by a trial, the Administrative Office of the Courts announced on Thursday. more
DOVER — Leadership in the House of Representatives continued to support the recently introduced gun safety package during the House Administration committee meeting Wednesday. Two bills … more
A Senate committee voted Wednesday to approve a piece of legislation that would prevent colleges and universities from asking applicants about past criminal convictions, with a few … more
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