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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
WILMINGTON — Gov. John Carney and Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long on Thursday announced the Community Investment Recovery Fund, which will provide nonprofits one-time financing to support major capital projects in areas hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. more
HARRINGTON — Daniel Tartt has resigned as city manager after a little more than a year on the job. more
MILFORD — A special election is set Nov. 9, following the resignation of 3rd Ward City Councilman Doug Morrow, a city official said Friday. more
SMYRNA — Boating access on Garrisons Lake got a lot easier for anglers Wednesday, as a newly renovated $353,700 ramp was unveiled. The boat ramp, which will make it easier to get vessels … more
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
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
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
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
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
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