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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
DOVER — In an 8-1 vote Monday, City Council denied a rezoning application for a little more than 5 acres of land on Forrest Avenue that could have been the site of a gas station and convenience store. more
MILFORD — A trend in 2021 — and possibly a side effect of the COVID-19 pandemic — staffing shortages are being seen within restaurants, retail businesses and even local governments. more
Better late than never. Redistricting, the process of redrawing legislative areas based on the decennial U.S. census, is late in arriving following the 2020 count. more
ANNAPOLIS — Governor Larry Hogan didn’t mince his words during Thursday’s press conference regarding the rapid spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant.“Just get the damn … more
MILFORD — Due to staff vacancies and the hiring challenges many municipalities and businesses are presently facing, residents here may be experiencing delays in service, a news release from the … more
MILFORD — Following a successful four months with a part-time behavioral health specialist, the Milford Police Department received approval from City Council to hire one full time. more
DOVER — Starting in September, City Council will meet at 6:30 p.m. on the second and fourth Mondays of each month. more
DOVER — Ahead of her retirement, Traci McDowell was recognized by City Council for her 34 years of service to the city Monday. more
MIDDLETOWN — Competition is fierce when it comes to attracting companies to Delaware. With Senate Bill 127, First State public entities and businesses can perhaps speed by the pack of … more
NEW CASTLE — The Delaware Division of Social Services will issue emergency benefits to eligible households for July, as part of the state’s ongoing response to the COVID-19 crisis. more
DOVER — The message was clear: “It’s more than just (emergency medical services); it’s about community.” That was the basis of an update on St. Francis Healthcare’s Dover EMS division, delivered to Dover City Council on Monday by Scott Bundek, the organization’s chief of EMS. more
For many residents within the First State, like Judy Govatos and her family, having the right to control one’s own final wishes is crucial. Ms. Govatos, of Wilmington, lost her daughter 17 … more
DOVER — Now that the first installment of the $350 million in American Rescue Plan Act funding allocated to governments across the nation has been delivered, the challenge locally is … more
MILFORD — In a discussion that ranged from COVID-19 to growth to the impending property tax reassessment and its impact on education funding, legislators from Milford gathered Wednesday to talk … more
NEW CASTLE — Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long, Delaware education leaders, mental health advocates and other lawmakers are leading the charge to increase behavioral health services in schools. At … more
DOVER — Recently passed legislation is aimed to provide more opportunity for inmates to boost job skills, decrease incarceration time and increase chances for success upon release. Senate … more
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