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Dover Air Force Base airmen loaded supplies en route to support Afghanistan evacuations onto a C-17 Globemaster III at Dover Air Force Base on Aug. 24. Team Dover members donated infant formula, … more
DOVER — The General Assembly enacted several updates to the voting process in Georgetown, South Bethany and Seaford during its last session. Signed by Gov. John Carney in June, Senate Bill … more
WILMINGTON — Former Gov. Jack Markell has been appointed to serve as the White House’s Operation Allies Welcome Coordinator by President Joe Biden.  In the role, Mr. Markell will … more
Members of the Eastern Region of the National Association of State Treasurers have elected Delaware Treasurer Colleen Davis as their new vice president. more
DOVER — Planned Parenthood of Delaware and local Democratic lawmakers rallied against Texas’ recent law which restricts abortion access. The law in Texas went into effect on Wednesday … more
DOVER — Vowing to take a tough stance on gun crimes and pledging to assist substance abusers while locking up drug dealers, retired Judge Charles “Chuck” Welch announced his … more
Millions of American renters wiped their brows with relief last month when President Joe Biden and his administration extended the eviction moratorium. Now, they’re starting to sweat once again after the Supreme Court’s decision to block the ban Thursday. more
Delaware’s three members of Congress, as well as Gov. John Carney, offered condolences Thursday, after two suicide bombers outside the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul halted efforts to move U.S. citizens and Afghan allies out of Afghanistan following the Taliban’s takeover. more
MILFORD — City Council is moving forward with plans to invest in the community through the purchase of two properties — one that could be the site of industry and the other, a 19-acre park. more
DOVER — Standing before a receptive audience of about 75 supporters Wednesday, Republican Lee Murphy formally announced his candidacy to take Delaware’s lone U.S. representative seat in … more
GEORGETOWN — Julianne Murray, a Delaware attorney who fell short in a 2020 bid to unseat Democratic Gov. John Carney last November, intends to unveil plans for next year in mid-September. “She … more
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
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
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
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
DOVER — Kent County Levy Court commissioners presented a $100,000 check to the Delaware State Police at its meeting Tuesday. more
DOVER — Kent County property owners whose land includes ponds or stormwater basins may enroll in the county’s Stormwater Maintenance District program. more
SMYRNA — Small businesses have taken the brunt of the economic hit the COVID-19 pandemic has dealt out over the past year-and-a-half. That’s why Gov. John Carney and the Delaware Division of Small Business were excited to provide 15 small businesses with Encouraging Development, Growth & Expansion Grants in the program’s third round at Painted Stave Distilling in Smyrna on Wednesday. more
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