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DOVER — After hearing more than two hours of testimony about the potential environmental effects of a solar complex and the precedent its construction could set for the area, Kent County Levy Court denied plans for the proposed 230,000-panel Cedar Creek Solar facility. more
DOVER — With a pledge of openness and transparency, two leaders of the state's Democratic Party — Sen. Dave Sokola of Newark and House Speaker Pete Schwartzkopf of Rehoboth Beach — hosted the year's first public hearing on redistricting Tuesday. more
DOVER — As the court-mandated property reassessment process begins in Kent County, Tyler Technologies and Levy Court are holding a series of informational meetings for the public. There will … more
DOVER — Following a unanimous vote Monday, City Council will begin receiving diversity and inclusion consultation through United Way of Delaware’s Fusion Alliance. more
DOVER - State Auditor Kathy McGuiness will host a town hall at 6 p.m.  Wednesday in the Dover High School auditorium at 1 Dover High Drive. on a Statewide Accountability and Transparency … more
DOVER — A diverse coalition has called upon state leaders to come forward with specific redistricting hearing dates by Tuesday, when the first and only announced hearing is taking place. more
CRISFIELD — Fifteen months after it was created a slate of nominees announced by Mayor Barry Dize to be the first members of the Crisfield Economic Development Commission were approved Sept. 8 … more
GEORGETOWN — After some debate, the majority ruled as the mayor and Town Council voted last month to remove GPS systems in town vehicles as a cost-saving measure. more
DAGSBORO — Town leaders have taken a step forward in plans for a new police department, improvements to the existing Town Hall and a multipurpose meeting room. more
MILLVILLE – State Sen. Gerald Hocker and State Rep. Ron Gray will co-host a Constituent Coffee Thursday, Sept. 23 Evans Park at Millville. The public is invited to the event, which will … more
DOVER — A sparsely attended meeting hosted by the Downtown Dover Partnership on Tuesday provided information on how the city may tackle its parking problems.  more
DAGSBORO — Flex-space business development is in the conceptual stage for property on Clayton Street in the town’s center district. more
SEAFORD — As its 2021 season races into autumn, Middleford Speedway owner Greg Mitchell is hoping for a checkered flag from Sussex County, gaining permission for vehicles with 4-cylinder engines to race at the facility. more
DOVER — Following about two-and-a-half hours of testimony before Dover’s Department of Planning & Inspection on Monday, the reopening of Irish Mike’s Olde Towne Pub remains in limbo. more
MILLSBORO — Mayor and Town Council have approved a rezoning request from Plantation Lakes’ developer that will allow a mix of homebuying options in the community’s final residential phase. more
DOVER — Plans are in place for the constitutionally mandated redrawing of state legislative districts — a U.S. Census-based redistricting process that has spurred a call for openness, … more
GEORGETOWN — Two environmental watchdog groups are calling action by the Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission “unlawful,” by allowing what they consider a “clearly lapsed” conditional-use permit for a proposed biogas facility to remain in effect. more
WILMINGTON — Standing in front of the Wilmington Police Department Thursday, Julianne Murray announced her candidacy for becoming Delaware’s next attorney general in 2022. Priority No. … more
BRIDGEVILLE — Gov. John Carney, Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long, U.S. Sen. Tom Carper, U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, members of the General Assembly and the Delaware Department of Technology and Information on Thursday announced a $110 million investment to cover every “last mile” of the state with high-speed broadband internet service. more
MILLSBORO — Six weeks and one day past the contract’s deadline, Millsboro’s White Farm elevated water-storage tank has been deemed substantially complete and operational. more
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