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REHOBOTH BEACH — The City of Rehoboth Beach is now accepting applications from residents interested in serving on the city’s boards, commissions or committees. Applications are … more
WILMINGTON—Gov. John Carney has ordered the Delaware flag at state buildings and facilities be flown at half-staff until sunset on Aug. 27 in memory of Sen. Richard Cordrey’s service to … more
State lawmakers have paved the way for financial relief for Delaware organ donors seeking to provide patients with life-saving transplants. Senate Substitution 1 for Senate Bill 301 received … more
The Delaware Department of Education hopes to help five school districts fund a total of 14 electric buses and 17 propane buses through the federal Clean School Bus Rebate Program. more
BLADES — Town officials violated Delaware’s Freedom of Information Act twice since May, the Delaware Attorney General’s Office has determined. more
In recognition of the service of the late state Sen. Richard Cordrey, the Delaware flag at state buildings and facilities will be flown at half-staff until sunset Saturday. more
Former Democratic state Sen. Richard Cordrey, a longtime president pro tempore, has passed away at age 88. more
WILMINGTON — Early last week, Julianne Murray, a Republican candidate for state attorney general, took aim at some of Delaware’s gun charges. more
DOVER — Candidates for the Sept. 13 primary election had until midnight Aug. 14 to submit their 30-day campaign finance reports. These statements offer insight on the support each campaign … more
DOVER — Sen. Brian Pettyjohn, R-Georgetown, this week was elected co-chair of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee of the Council of State Governments East, according to a statement … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Thirteen properties totaling over 1650 acres will come before the County Commissioners Aug. 30 for a recommendation on whether or not they endorse their development rights be … more
DOVER—Senate Minority Whip Brian Pettyjohn, R-Georgetown, was elected co-chair of the east branch of the Council of State Governments’ Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee on … more
The Office of the State Treasurer will begin implementation of the state’s new, low-cost retirement savings plan after legislation was signed into effect by Gov. John Carney on Thursday. The … more
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney on Thursday announced that Moody’s Investors Service has assigned an Aa1 rating to the Delaware Transportation Authority Series 2022 transportation system … more
DOVER — Members of the Legislative Building Committee met virtually Thursday to continue discussions regarding the proposed expansion to Legislative Hall. Although the potential expansion to … more
DOVER — There’s no favored party when it comes to campaign signs during election season. The Delaware Department of Transportation will confiscate any of them — Democrat or … more
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering changes to the reporting requirements for commercial licensees who guide fishing parties. Currently, a Commercial … more
GEORGETOWN — Through the Freedom of Information Act, the Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice is seeking documentation from the town amid swelling controversy over a Confederate flag at the Nutter D. Marvel Carriage Museum. more
CAMBRIDGE - In advance of the Aug. 23 special mayoral election, five of six declared candidates discussed the city's promise and problems Tuesday, Aug. 9. The forum was held from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at … more
WILMINGTON — U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, U.S. Sen. Tom Carper and Attorney General Kathy Jennings were among those in attendance for the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act Roundtable at … more
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