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MILFORD — With only one person having filed to run, the special election to fill the vacancy in the city’s 3rd Ward has been canceled.  more
DOVER — Delaware has become the 14th state to codify legislation allowing candidates running for office to use campaign funds to cover the cost of child care. more
The tiny Sussex County town of Slaughter Beach and southern Delaware’s LGBTQ gay community drew commentary Tuesday evening during the virtual hearing on Delaware Senate’s redistricting … more
DOVER — Some criticism about new maps proposed for the state’s 41 House of Representative districts by the majority Democratic Party arose during a virtual public hearing Monday. more
Ambassadors from the European Union met with Delaware’s leaders up and down the state on Monday, including two panels hosted at the University of Delaware. The first panel was on … more
WILMINGTON — An attorney on Thursday filed a motion seeking state funds for the defense of indicted State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, who is charged with two felonies and three misdemeanors for alleged misconduct in office. more
WASHIINGTON (AP) — Colin Powell, who served Democratic and Republican presidents in war and peace but whose sterling reputation was forever stained when he went before the United Nations and made faulty claims to justify the U.S. war in Iraq, has died of COVID-19 complications. He was 84. more
WILMINGTON — The path toward an extremely high-profile indictment announced Monday began when a dozen or so people stepped forward to express concern. Though Delaware’s justice system will ultimately determine the legitimacy of accusations made against Democratic State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, the whistleblowers have made their collective voice heard. more
DOVER — Proposed redistricting maps for Delaware’s General Assembly have reached the draft stage ahead of public hearings this week. Census data-driven maps from the Democratic House … more
DOVER — Two days after state auditor Kathy McGuiness was indicted on several charges, Delaware Senate and House Democratic leadership Wednesday called for her to take a voluntary leave of absence as the … more
DOVER — In nearly unanimous fashion Wednesday, Delaware senators voted in all of Gov. John Carney’s nominations to fill a variety of upcoming roles, including several in the court system … more
Gov. John C. Carney signed a bill Tuesday that expanded the state’s existing SEED (Student Excellence Equals Degree) scholarship program. According to a news release from the … more
DOVER — Following the resignation of Councilman Matt Lindell in September, the city will hold a special election to fill the 1st District seat now open. more
WILMINGTON — Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, accompanied by her attorney, pleaded not guilty to all charges against her Tuesday, the day after she was indicted by a New Castle County grand jury. more
DOVER — Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness was indicted on misdemeanors and felonies Monday for alleged wrongful actions, including hiring her teenage daughter and the daughter's friend for seasonal jobs they may have not worked. more
DOVER — With an early November deadline approaching, Delaware’s General Assembly will host three hearings later this month to allow residents to comment on its proposed legislative redistricting maps. more
DOVER — As the county updates its information technology infrastructure, a pitch to move some aspects of it to an outside company was met with debate during a Tuesday Kent County Levy Court committee meeting. more
States with small populations say a federal plan to take back unspent emergency rental aid and redistribute it elsewhere is unfair, potentially depriving them and their residents of millions of dollars to address broad affordable housing challenges. more
DOVER — According to a state housing official, while the U.S. Treasury Department has been authorized to pull back funds from the Emergency Rental Assistance Program since Sept. 30, they are continuing to flow into the First State. more
DOVER — With the firm assertion that the residency experience is not like what is shown on “Grey’s Anatomy,” Bayhealth representatives attended a Tuesday Kent County Levy Court meeting to tell how its Graduate Medical Education Program will increase access to health care. more
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