Delaware has formally set the required emission standards for cars over the next decade, severely limiting the number of gasoline-powered vehicles but not as much as originally proposed.
The Dover Air Force Base Commander Col. William C. McDonald talks about innovation in practice and technology at the busiest air freight terminal in the U.S. Department of Defense.
Delaware's unemployment rate rose slightly in October, but the state also saw upticks in jobseekers and average wages.
GEORGETOWN — State Rep. Ruth Briggs King, the sole female Republican in the General Assembly announced she was resigning from public office on Wednesday morning, effective immediately. Briggs King announced […]
Gov. John Carney has formed a campaign committee for Wilmington mayor, the strongest evidence yet that he's planning to run in the 2024 race.
Delaware has sued 14 companies, including 3M, over their production of firefighting foam that contained so-called “forever chemicals.
The Delaware Tourism Office has outlined criteria for how the sports fund would issue grants, including economic impact studies, holding sufficient funds for maintenance and more.
The unemployment rate in Delaware held its post-pandemic low in September while the number of workers and jobseekers reached a record high.
City officials are hoping to revamp the zoning code to draw more developers to Downtown Dover. Changes include reducing regulations around parking requirements.
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