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Here is the Question of the Day: A ruling is expected this week on Delaware’s new vote-by-mail law. Delaware Court of Chancery Court ruled last month the law is unconstitutional, and the … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Election officers are being recruited to be inspectors, judges and clerks for the state’s General Election in November. Delawareans 16 and older can apply. … more
Here is the Question of the Day: A judge has barred the enforcement of a Delaware law banning the manufacture and possession of homemade untraceable “ghost guns” in a lawsuit filed by … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Life-threatening storm surge, heavy rainfall and flooding are underway in Florida due to Hurricane Ian. The “cone of uncertainty” shows it reaching … more
Here is the Question of the Day: The Town of Smyrna is drafting plans to improve park and recreational facilities. Early proposals include walking and running trails, a pool, playgrounds, dog … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Firefly Music Festival celebrated its tenth anniversary this year with 14-year-old Dover DJ Sophia Rocks holding her own on the Pavilion stage at an event that … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Ground was broken Thursday for the new Kent County Family Court on South Governors in Dover. The building will include a larger lobby and security checkpoint area, … more
Here is the Question of the Day: A new public forum working to educate all ages on drug-free, healthy living encourages young people to record public service announcements explaining their stance … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Borders were redrawn this year on all Delaware legislative district maps, 41 House and 21 Senate, based on data from the 2021 Census. After receiving the new map, … more
Question of the Day: Future opportunity for Dover borrow pits? Here is the Question of the Day: Delaware Department of Transportation is hosting two community engagement events to explore … more
Here is the Question of the Day: A Delaware Chancery Court judge has ruled that the vote-by-mail law is unconstitutional and cannot be used in November’s election. He also upheld the new … more
Here is the Question of the Day: The 32 square miles of Delaware’s inland bays — Indian River Bay, Little Assawoman Bay and Rehoboth Bay — pack an economic punch of $4.5 billion … more
Here is the Question of the Day: NASCAR zooms into Dover Motor Speedway once next year for a tripleheader weekend, wrapping up the racing with the headline Cup Series race on April 30. The … more
Here is the Question of the Day: In a recent speech, President Biden reignited his Cancer Moonshot and its goals: accelerate scientific discovery related to cancer and the sharing of data, … more
Here is the Question of the Day: It’s Delaware’s primary election, and registered Republican and Democrat voters can participate. It’s also the first state election in which … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Seaford School District is gathering memories from former students, teachers, custodians, cafeteria staff, administration and others to be shared at an Oct. … more
Here is the Question of the Day: The United Kingdom’s Queen Elizabeth II died Thursday at the Scottish castle Balmoral. The UK’s longest-reigning monarch, she rose to the throne at age … more
Here is the Question of the Day: The Dover Air Force Base 436th Civil Engineer Squadron fire department shares mutual-aid coverage with local agencies such as the Dover Fire Department. … more
Here is the Question of the Day: In-person early voting is already taking place in the 2022 Delaware primary election. Beginning Aug. 31 registered voters are able to visit a designated polling … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Travel experts predicted that the number of Labor Day tourists would break records, even though gas prices remain high. This would follow the trend of Memorial Day … more
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