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Milford Conversation to feature Workforce Development Initiative
The next Milford Conversation, an informal group of Milford residents and business leaders, will be Thursday, April 6, 2023 at 8:30 AM and is held at the First Presbyterian Church in Milford. The church is located at 101 S. Walnut Street. “Our speaker is Anthony Powell, Program Manager of Career T.E.A.M. LLC,” John Huntzinger, leader of the group, said. “He’ll ... Read More
Delaware State Police Continue Their 100th Anniversary Celebration with Centennial Tribute
The Delaware State Police are continuing their 100th Anniversary Celebration with a Centennial Tribute. The ceremony will occur on April 28, 2023, at 11:00 a.m. on the Legislative Mall located at 411 Legislative Avenue in Dover. There will be elected officials in attendance who will speak and help commemorate the DSP’s 100 years of service to our citizens and visitors. This event will occur rain or shine. In the case of inclement weather, the event will be held indoors at Legislative Mall.
Public reviews Milford streetscape plans
Recently, the City of Milford held a public workshop where they presented plans for upgraded streetscapes in Milford. The public was able to review designs and provide feedback to city staff regarding changes they would like to see in the plan. “The concept plan was prepared for several streets that were identified in the Rivertown Rebirth 2025 as needing streetscape ... Read More
Troopers Arrest Georgetown Man for Felony DUI Following Pursuit
BRIDGEVILLE, Del.-The Delaware State Police have arrested and charged 48 year-old Rodney Hearn with felony DUI and other offenses after an alleged vehicle pursuit that occurred early Monday morning in Bridgeville. Around 1:23 a.m., police say a trooper observed a silver 2004 Kia Spectra turn left onto Coverdale Road from...
Legislation Introduced to Provide Middle Class Tax Relief for Working Delawareans
House Bill 89 to increase standard deduction and refundable Earned Income Tax Credit. DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney on Monday announced that House Bill 89, sponsored by Representative Paul Baumbach and Senate Pro Tem Dave Sokola, was introduced in the House of Representatives. House Bill 89 increases the standard deduction for personal income taxes by 75 percent in Tax Year 2024, and increases the refundable Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) to 7.5 percent of the federal credit for Tax Year 2023. The legislation also adjusts the income thresholds for personal income tax to adjust for these increases. Governor Carney announced this tax relief package his Fiscal Year 2024 recommended budget earlier this year.
A school death threat, police delays and a lack of transparency: Our 2-part investigation
The Delaware State Police press release was short. “Troopers arrest suspect for threat made to elementary school,” the subject line read. Three short paragraphs followed about a late-October incident at Academia Antonia Alonso Charter School. ...
Dover man charged with home improvement fraud
DOVER, Del. – A Dover man has been charged with home improvement fraud. According to police, the investigation began in early January when the 85-year-old victim contacted police to report the fraud. It was learned that the victim’s house was damaged by a fire in 2022, and she needed the house to be renovated as a result. In April 2022, the victim made an agreement with the suspect, 57-year-old Stephen Kurtz, and Kurtz Construction LLC for the work to be completed.
Updated My Take: Delaware’s bank failure
Before federal regulators shut Silicon Valley Bank down last week, the nation had gone a long time since it saw a similar crash-and-burn situation. Still, Delaware has not been exempt from banks taking a dive. A little more than a decade ago, many of us were shocked when Wilmington Trust suddenly collapsed due to a series of bad loans.
Pub Crawl a huge success in downtown Milford
The popular Downtown Milford Inc. St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl, which had been cancelled the past two years due to the pandemic, returned triumphantly on Saturday, March 18. Downtown was filled with revelers wearing their green and visiting many of the shops which were open late for the event. “We are thrilled to have had all of those that supported ... Read More
Gov. Carney asking eligible residents to sign up for Affordable Connectivity Program
Delaware is making a push to get more households signed up for the Affordable Connectivity Program. Gov. John Carney was joined by city officials from Wilmington, Dover, Milford, Georgetown, and Seaford Monday to make the plea to eligible residents to sign up for the program. "The families that this will...
Worried About Falling Home Prices? Here Are the States That Could Be Hit Hardest
California, Illinois, New Jersey, and Delaware are home to the most at-risk housing markets, according to a Special Housing Risk report released by real estate data firm ATTOM.
Delaware State Police Investigating Homicide
The Delaware State Police is investigating a homicide that occurred this morning in Newark. On March 19, 2023, at approximately 5:53 a.m., New Castle County Police Department responded to a […] The post Delaware State Police Investigating Homicide appeared first on Delaware State Police - State of Delaware.
Sheetz Coming to Delaware
Sheetz is coming to the corner of Route 40 and Commerce Center Drive in Elkton. Construction began last month and the store is scheduled to open in the fall. Although no Delaware stores are in the official Sheetz pipeline, industry observers say chances are more are on the way.
Delawareans are reminded to stay alert for spongy moths this spring
The Delaware Forest Service encourages Delawareans to keep their eyes out for spongy moth egg masses this spring. Formerly known as gypsy moth, the spongy moth is an invasive insect that can be found in Sussex County. Delaware Forest Service Forest Health Specialist Bill Seybold says in their caterpillar stage,...
Two local police departments to participate in a statewide aggressive driving enforcement campaign
PennDOT announced today that more than 80 municipal police departments from Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties will join the Pennsylvania State Police in a coordinated aggressive driving enforcement wave to help reduce the number of crashes, injuries, and fatalities on area roadways as part of a statewide mobilization that runs through April 23rd. Locally, the Plymouth, and Whitemarsh police departments are participating.
Harrington Community Divided Over Proposed Solar Farm
HARRINGTON, Del.- Community members are buzzing about a proposed solar farm on Delaware Avenue. Some consider it a bright idea while others are throwing shade. Harrington City Council held a public hearing on Monday night to discuss the proposed plan. It would convert about 16 acres of agricultural land into a Commercial Solar Electricity Generation Facility.
Meet Delaware's Most Influential People for 2023
Three years into the pandemic, our lives continue to be shaped by COVID-19, as we reach the mid-point of the Biden presidency and anticipate the 2024 campaign. Once again, we want to pause and take notice of the people in our state who work, both in the limelight and behind the scenes, to influence this place we call home, and who continue to shape its future.
DNREC’s DuPont Nature Center to Reopen April 1
DNREC’s DuPont Nature Center at Mispillion Harbor Reserve offers a commanding view of migrating shorebirds each spring. /DNREC graphic. Division of Fish and Wildlife-Run Facility Offers Educational Exhibits and Commanding Views of the Mispillion Harbor. The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control will welcome visitors to the...
Influential Delawareans, tale of 2 food courts: Your Tuesday briefing
Hope your week is going well so far. As this week got underway yesterday, we introduced you to our 2023 Most Influential project, which highlights those we feel are making the biggest impact on our lives in Delaware. We also unveiled our inaugural Most Influential Hall of Fame, for those...
Council reviews SE Transportation Improvement District plan
At a recent meeting, Milford City Council reviewed proposed Transportation Improvement District (TID) plans provided by the Delaware Department of Transportation. The plan reviewed intersections in an area of Milford that was less than nine miles square but included 35 total intersections and 26 committed developments. The plan looks at road changes to accommodate growth through the year 2045. It ... Read More
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