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WILMINGTON — The offices of Sens. Tom Carper and Chris Coons and Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, all D-Del., are continuing efforts to aid Delawareans who are in Afghanistan. more
CHRISTIANA — In a statement released Tuesday, Rep. David Bentz, D-Christiana, announced he will not run for reelection next year. more
ANNAPOLIS — On Aug. 19, I toured downtown Easton with Governor Hogan, Delegate Adams, Delegate Mautz, Mayor Willey, and other local elected officials. Earlier that morning, I attended his … more
ANNAPOLIS — In a statement dated Aug. 17, the State of Maryland Open Meetings Compliance Board found that the Dorchester County Council had committed violations of the Open Meetings Act. The … more
A beer and wine license for this year’s National Folk Festival has been approved without the political drama seen prior to the two previous events in 2018 and 2019. The Wicomico County Board … more
CAMBRIDGE — Masks will not be required inside Dorchester County Public School (DCPS) buildings when classes resume Aug. 30 and 31 — but that could change if COVID-19 transmission begins … more
NEW CASTLE — Gov. John Carney on Thursday signed House Bill 100, which seeks to greatly expand mental health services in elementary schools. more
DOVER — No one wants to pay more in property taxes. But as Paul Miller — Tyler Technologies’ Eastern Region sales lead representative — said Tuesday, the purpose of reassessing property values and subsequent changes to taxes is to create a fairer system more in line with the law. more
In an effort to crack down on robocalls, search engine advertisements and other telemarketing efforts, Delaware Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro announced Wednesday the creation of a working group to address improper marketing of health plans. more
In a 4-to-3 vote on Tuesday, the Wicomico County Council approved legislation that would allow tax abatements for large-scale residential projects in Downtown Salisbury. At-large council members … more
DOVER — Following an hourlong debate on the ethics of requiring face masks Tuesday, Kent County Levy Court commissioners approved requiring them again in county buildings, effective immediately. more
Maryland Court of Appeals Chief Judge Mary Ellen Barbera has named Judge S. James Sarbanes as circuit administrative judge for the First Judicial Circuit (Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester … more
Baltimore City leaders knew they were coming. And yet, the newest population numbers from the U.S. Census, delivered Thursday on the hottest day of the year, hit them like a torrent of cold water … more
GEORGETOWN — A double-winged pilot program to promote affordable housing for lower-income households in Sussex County is positioning for takeoff. The Housing Trust Fund initiative, tabled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is back on the agenda, with a half-million dollars in funding allocated by Sussex County Council in the fiscal year 2022 budget. more
Funds for expanded access to COVID-19 health care services and food assistance in rural areas are now available from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, following passage of the American Rescue Plan. The funding aims to close gaps in the intergenerational inequities that have widened during the pandemic. more
GEORGETOWN — Calling it a priority, Town Council is proposing to not fill a vacant clerk position in exchange for additional manpower in code enforcement. more
PRINCESS ANNE — The disgraced former manager of the Town of Princess Anne is scheduled to be sentenced on Tuesday, Sept. 7 for felony theft of more than $100,000. Deborah K. Hrusko, who … more
PRINCESS ANNE — Property owners in the county who let weeds, grass or vegetation grow taller than 12 inches — and claim it’s for an agricultural purpose — must now possess an … more
TRAPPE, Md. — U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin, D-Md., joined state and local officials at the Bill Burton Fishing Pier State Park on Sunday to celebrate the inclusion of the Chesapeake Country All-American Road in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s “America’s Byways” collection. more
PRINCESS ANNE — Some 1,500 acres representing 12 different farm sites are joining other Somerset County properties in line to have their development rights purchased by the state. Each one … more
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