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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
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a $633 million investment to reduce the impacts of climate change on rural communities. more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Board of Public Works has approved $1.005 million to Somerset and Worcester counties to continue the purchase of conservation easements from landowners in the Dividing … more
DOVER — Delaware residents, along with government agencies, New Castle, Kent and Sussex conservation districts, and non-profit organizations throughout the state, can help support … more
DOVER — State Auditor Kathy McGuiness was mum about the ongoing official misconduct case against her Friday, but quite effusive when praising the ongoing work of her office staff. The … more
CAMBRIDGE – Mayor Andrew Bradshaw is no longer at the helm of the city. An announcement made at 6 p.m. Thursday said he is on leave and Council President Lajan Cephas has taken over. The … more
WILMINGTON — The state is creating a community-based mental health services fund, Gov. John Carney and Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long announced Wednesday, an effort to support the delivery of those resources to Delaware residents. more
MILLSBORO — If all goes according to plan, the town’s first fire substation will be operational very soon, enhancing response time for members who live west of busy DuPont Boulevard. more
DOVER — While City Council discussed creating a committee to determine the legality and advantages of an “anti-dawdling” ordinance last week, the decision was ultimately tabled. more
Just in time for the decisive weeks in which Wicomico County decides how it will pay for its capital spending projects, two of major credit rating agencies have affirmed the county’s strong … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Princess Anne’s 24 municipal employees on the job during the coronavirus pandemic may be getting a year-end bonus for their service based on their regular hours worked … more
Sussex County was awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for its fiscal year 2022 budget, adopted by County Council in June. The Government Finance Officers Association of the United … more
SEAFORD — With 24/7 camera surveillance, the city police department’s property will soon join other agencies in Delaware that offer an official “safe exchange zone” — a designated area for child custody transfer or e-commerce exchanges. more
PRINCESS ANNE — Town Commissioners are expected to schedule a first-reader vote on an amended tattoo parlor ordinance at their December meeting and also decide whether or not they want to … more
DOVER — The city will hold meetings for nonprofit organizations regarding eligibility requirements and proposal submissions for American Rescue Plan Act grants. more
MILFORD — If serving in local government is where you can make the most difference, then Nirmala Samaroo is in the right place. During City Council’s Nov. 8 meeting, Ms. Samaroo was sworn into office to represent Milford’s 3rd Ward. more
NEW CASTLE — New Castle County Council approved a major land-development plan for 237 single-family, detached units in Middletown on Tuesday. more
MILLSBORO — Michelle Truitt, just the second woman to serve as mayor, submitted her resignation Tuesday. more
DOVER — Going forward, whoever serves as president of City Council will continue to earn higher pay than other council members do. more
NEWARK — The District 2 Newark City Council seat will be taken over by Corinth Ford, as determined in Tuesday’s special election. She won with 165 votes over Brenden Moore, who ran … more
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