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DOVER - With recent global breaches and geopolitical cyber-attacks on the rise, Gov. John Carney declared October as Delaware Cybersecurity Awareness Month to highlight the importance of education for citizens and businesses. more
Due to Monday’s Labor Day holiday, Millsboro and Frankford town councils will meet Tuesday. more
Are you interested in learning more about who is opening up their pocketbooks for your favored political candidate? Or perhaps you’d like to do a little digging into who’s backing their … more
As state pensioners prepare for the switch to a Medicare Advantage Plan on Jan. 1, lawmakers and stakeholders have continued to express their concern regarding the change in coverage. Stemming … more
GEORGETOWN — U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester visited the future site of CHEER’s administrative building Wednesday, offering support to the nonprofit’s $500,000 Community Project Funding request. more
First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney is leading the First Chance Delaware initiative, which ensures that all of Delaware’s children have a “first chance” to succeed. The initiative … more
DOVER — State Auditor Kathy McGuiness’ bid for a complete acquittal or a new trial in the case against her has been denied. more
After her motions for acquittal and a new trial were denied on Tuesday, Delaware’s Democratic leadership is once again calling for the ousting of state Auditor Kathy McGuiness. While Ms. … more
GEORGETOWN — Sussex County Councilman Mark Schaeffer called for fellow Councilman John Rieley to consider resigning at Tuesday’s council meeting – the latest salvo in what Mr. … more
MILFORD — The city will hold an open house to discuss the Milford Corporate Center plan Sept. 27. more
DOVER — Sen. Colin Bonini, R-Dover, is pushing back against President Joe Biden’s decision to cancel up to $20,000 in student loan debt for borrowers across the country. more
To oppose the move to a Medicare Advantage Plan for state pensioners, Rep. John Kowalko, D-Newark, and New Castle County 5th District Councilwoman Lisa Diller are teaming up to form Retirees Investing in State Equity Delaware (RiseDelaware). more
Teresa “Terry” Dayton Wheatley has filed to continue in her role as Dorchester County’s Register of Wills. Mrs. Wheatley was appointed to this position by Judges Calvin Travers, … more
Hurlock Mayor Rev. Charles T. Cephas Sr. and several other town leaders met Aug. 17 with Maryland Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford to discuss Hurlock’s current economic requirements. In … more
BLADES — Following multiple Freedom of Information Act violations since May, town officials are seeking training on how to handle requests for public information. more
HOCKESSIN—To kick off the week of back-to-school festivities, Gov. John Carney signed three education-related bills at North Star Elementary School on Monday. The bill singing kicked off … more
As this fall’s primary and general election approach, candidates are beginning to receive endorsements in their respective races. more
GEORGETOWN — NAACP members took aim at Town Council on Monday, condemning the majority for supporting what it labels a racist symbol displayed at the Nutter D. Marvel Carriage Museum. more
GEORGETOWN — Differing opinions on development of Sussex County’s northern Del. 1 corridor looms as a focal point in the Republican primary campaign for County Council’s 5th District. more
BALTIMORE — The Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation is implementing a Tax Credit Awareness Campaign to remind homeowners of property tax credits they may be entitled … more
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