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PRINCESS ANNE — Town Commissioners are starting to nibble into their American Rescue Plan funding from the federal government and agreed to earmark $50,000 for the Garland Hayward Youth Center … more
WILMINGTON — In a response to a response, the defense counsel for indicted State Auditor Kathy McGuiness renewed a push to have Delaware Attorney General Kathleen Jennings sanctioned for … more
DOVER — Following a slower turnaround time due to pandemic-delayed U.S. census numbers, the General Assembly approved redistricting maps in a special session Monday. In the Senate, the bill … more
DOVER — In a somewhat messy process, the General Assembly passed legislation Monday that seeks input from the Delaware Supreme Court on how it could go about removing State Auditor Kathy … more
DOVER — Daycare centers and early childhood educators were thrown onto the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic as someone had to care for the children of those responding to the global … more
Acting County Executive John Psota announced Monday that he is an official candidate for the post he has held since last fall. Appointed by the Wicomico Council to fill the post, following the … more
CRISFIELD — After an hour-long closed session the City Council came up with a firm arrangement for the sale of the former Carvel Hall property. While City Solicitor Michael Sullivan said, … more
The House of Representatives’ proposed final piece to the state of Delaware’s redistricting puzzle is in place, readying the General Assembly to consider a bill Monday that will draw new boundaries for legislative districts based on the latest U.S. Census. more
GEORGETOWN — Housing for homeless on a temporary, modular scale — that’s the plan of a year-old nonprofit, which now has Town Council’s blessing. more
DOVER — Following a roughly 50-minute executive session Thursday, Dave Hugg has been named interim city manager for Dover, replacing former interim city manager Matt Harline. Mayor Robin … more
DOVER — A proposed resolution calling on Gov. John Carney to remove indicted State Auditor Kathy McGuiness from office will not be heard next week, a House of Representatives spokesman said Thursday. more
DOVER — More than 50 members of fire companies throughout Delaware descended upon the Delaware State Fire School on Wednesday to participate in a two-hour public hearing regarding House Bill 193 and an amendment to the bill. more
WILMINGTON — A Superior Court judge on Thursday denied a request for a private attorney to be paid with public funds to defend indicted State Auditor Kathy McGuiness. more
NEW CASTLE — The Delaware Division of Social Services is issuing emergency benefits for October to eligible households as part of the state’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 public health crisis. more
GEORGETOWN — There’s a tiny piece of the zoning puzzle missing in the plan for the new Sussex County Family Court. And that application request from the state — to rezone a rectangular parcel at 115 E. Pine St. in downtown Georgetown from UB3 (professional business) to HD (historic) — is in the hands of the town’s mayor and council, which heard both support and some objection during a public hearing Wednesday. more
DOVER — Gov. John Carney signed legislation Wednesday making Juneteenth, which falls on June 19, a state holiday that recognizes the official end of slavery in America. Sponsored by Rep. … more
NEW CASTLE — New Castle County is moving toward an electric future, passing code amendments Tuesday that relate to residential construction, electric vehicles and charging infrastructure. more
In a State of the City address that was more like a network TV talk show than the traditionally stiff podium-delivered address, Salisbury Mayor Jake Day on Tuesday reviewed the city … more
GEORGETOWN — Totally disabled veterans meeting eligibility criteria will not only be exempt from paying school tax but also Sussex County property tax under a piggyback ordinance proposal introduced to County Council on Tuesday. more
GEORGETOWN — By a unanimous decision, Sussex County Council on Tuesday affirmed the Planning & Zoning Commission’s July 8 approval of preliminary plans for Terrapin Island, a 42-lot subdivision on 32 acres near Lewes that spurred opposition and an appeal signed by more than 160. more
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