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A long-awaited development that will include apartments, restaurants and retail spaces at the Salisbury Marina could be under construction by spring. more
GEORGETOWN — On deck: Phase 2. Pickleball enthusiasts, soccer parents and “futbol” fanatics are stepping up to the plate to support the Sussex Sports Center Foundation’s pitch for a multimillion-dollar indoor field-house to augment Sandhill Fields’ successful complex, off Sand Hill Road in Georgetown. more
DOVER — Air crews from Dover Air Force Base have made many historic flights around the globe for many years during wars, conflicts and relief missions. However, none may have reached the … more
GEORGETOWN — All five of Sussex County Council’s districts would change, with some growing and others contracting, as officials and the public got their first look at a new map that could reshape the local political landscape in the decade ahead. more
NEW CASTLE — County Council will be putting the first step to establishing neighborhood improvement districts to a vote Tuesday. more
CAMBRIDGE – Mayor Andrew Bradshaw’s term at the city’s top job might be coming to an end. During Monday’s meeting of the City Council, proceedings were begun to remove him … more
DOVER — Affirming that she will carry out the responsibilities of the office of councilwoman, Dr. Julia Pillsbury officially became a member of the Dover City Council Monday … more
DOVER — Cedar Creek Solar’s second application for a solar complex near Smyrna received approval from the Kent County Regional Planning Commission on Thursday. more
LONG NECK — One county’s loss is another’s gain. Population growth in southern Delaware over the last decade has generated a legislative shift among the 41 House of Representatives’ districts. more
DAGSBORO — Several housekeeping procedures remain, but it appears that the town will will be closing the valve with Millsboro next month and tapping into Artesian Water Co. as a primary water source. more
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney released the fifth annual report of the Government Efficiency & Accountability Review Board on Thursday. more
GEORGETOWN — Concern has surfaced through redistricting linked to population growth that some eligible Sussex County voters — and potential County Council candidates — will miss out on an election cycle. more
DOVER — With technology upgrades at Legislative Hall, the Delaware General Assembly will be able to livestream committee meetings on its website when the legislative session resumes Jan. … more
DOVER — Following redistricting, new maps for Delaware’s 41 House of Representative and 21 Senate districts were approved Nov. 1 by the General Assembly. As Senate Bill 199, they were … more
Republican John Cannon regained his post as Wicomico County Council President on Monday night after fellow Republican Larry Dodd failed to get the four votes needed to remain in the post. During … more
The Wicomico County Council’s recent public scuffle over locating 12 pickleball courts at Harmon Field in Salisbury has spun into a major controversy. Late last month on the day before … more
MILLSBORO — Deer and the town’s public works system apparently don’t mix. Millsboro leaders are exploring hunting options aimed at thinning the deer population on the town-owned White Farm property to address damage to rapid infiltration basins, equipment that percolates water pumped from the in-town treatment plant for various uses, including spray irrigation. more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering changes to the commercial trotline time restrictions in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries as well as … more
DOVER — One or more individuals launched an attack using racial slurs during the fifth and final Senate Bill 149 stakeholder meeting Friday. A news release from Legislative Hall following … more
NEW CASTLE — The draft of the New Castle County comprehensive plan is now available for review and comment, announced County Executive Matt Meyer on Monday. more
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