Lewes Man Arrested for Shooting in Bear, Delaware

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Delaware State Police have arrested 40-year-old Michael Ruduszewski of Lewes, DE for assault second-degree and related charges following a shooting incident that occurred on New Year’s Day. Police say the 45-year-old man who was shot in the upper extremity drove himself to the Emergency Room. The incident occurred at the Express Food Mart on Pulaski…

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Flags Return to Full Staff at Sunset Tuesday

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Flag Status Alert: United States Flag, Delaware and Maryland Flag return to Full-Staff The United States Flag, Delaware and Maryland State Flag shall be raised to full staff at sunset, today, Tuesday, September 29, 2020, the day of interment for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.  Associate Justice Ginsburg passed away on September 18,…

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Coronavirus Testing This Week

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Monday thru Friday at Hosmane Urology, Savannah Road, Lewes from 8:30 to 5:30 – drive thru nasal swab testing for people with and without symptoms.  No doctor’s referral is needed but you do need to make an appointment – www.dpspa.com/covid19.  NO WALKUPS. * Tues, July 7 at Rehoboth Convention Center Parking Lot from 10am to…

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DE General Assembly Passes Single-Use Plastic Bag Ban

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Delaware lawmakers have approved House Bill 130 which deals with single use plastic bags.  Governor John Carney applauds the legislation and says he will sign the bill.  The measure expands existing at-store recycling programs, but stores that are subject to this program now will be limited from providing single use bags and encourage a shift…

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Felton Man Charged in Florida Tax Scheme

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Three men, including a man from Felton, Delaware, have been indicted on charges related to the preparation and filing of false tax returns in Florida.  The US Attorney for the Southern District of Florida and IRS officials say that Olry Maurival of West Palm Beach ran a tax preparation business.  He and two others –…

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DE AG Jennings Joins 20 States to Block Funding of Border Wall

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20 states file motion for preliminary injunction to safeguard the environment and preserve law enforcement funding Attorney General Kathy Jennings has joined a coalition of 20 states in a motion to block the Trump Administration’s attempt to unlawfully divert $1.6 billion in federal funds toward construction of a border wall. The motion, led by California…

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Legislation Introduced for Early Voting & Other Election Issues in Delaware

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Legislation has been introduced in Dover that would establish early voting in Delaware.  House Bill 38 would allow registered voters to vote in-person during at least 10 days before an election at locations – at least one in each county – determined by the State Election Commissioner.  This would start in 2022. Legislation has also…

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New Women’s Veterans Memorial to be Dedicated Saturday at Leg Hall in Dover

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A new monument will be unveiled on Saturday on the grounds of Legislative Hall (Legislative Ave & Martin Luther King Blvd North).  A dedication ceremony will begin at noon.  The monument honors women who have served in the military or in support of military efforts and will pay tribute to Delaware women, both known and…

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UPDATED: All Judicial Nominations Approved in DE State Senate Special Session

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UPDATED – 6:15pm – All nominees for judicial seats were approved in special session by the Delaware State Senate this afternoon. JUDGE OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS APPOINT: The Honorable Bradley Manning SUSSEX COUNTY RESIDENT JUDGE FOR THE SUPERIOR COURT APPOINT: The Honorable Richard Stokes JUDGE OF THE SUPERIOR COURT APPOINT: Craig Karsnitz VICE…

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New DE Driver’s License & ID’s with Medical Information Available

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Essential medical information for Delawareans will now be included on the driver’s license or identification card.  The Division of Motor Vehicles will begin to incorporate a medical indicator onto the Delaware driver’s license and ID cards – a medical symbol will be shown on the front – and on the back the individual’s condition will…

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Code Orange Air Quality Action Day for DE on Friday

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Friday, May 25th, will be a Code Orange Air Quality Action Day for Delaware! Friday will be a warm and sunny day, with ground-level ozone forecast to reach Code Orange levels in scattered locations. Southwesterly winds will transport emissions into Delaware and holiday traffic within Delaware will contribute to the pollutant load. For more information…

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SB 197 Introduced: Marijuana Expungement Bill

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Legislation has been introduced that will provide mandatory expungement eligibility to those who were convicted of possession, use or consumption of marijuana before Delaware’s decriminalization of those offenses in 2015.  This measure would provide relief only to those with no other criminal convictions.  SB 197 is sponsored by Senate Minority Whip Greg Lavelle and House…

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Amtrak’s Silver Star Collides with CSX Freight Train in South Carolina

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Just after 2:30 this morning Amtrak train 91 – the Silver Star collided with a CSX freight train in near Cayce, South Carolina.  This train originated in New York yesterday and was bound to Miami, but also made stops yesterday in Trenton, Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore.  There are confirmed reports of two dead and about…

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DE Man wins $250,000 in Cash Instant Game

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A Delaware man is starting 2018 with a little more money in his pocket.  Delaware Lottery officials say the purchased 6 tickets from Concord Liquor in Seaford – and one of them turned out to be a $250,000 Cash Instant Game winner!  The winner says he doesn’t plan to share the news with anyone but…

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Delaware Looking to Change Senior School Tax Credit

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A measure is before the Delaware State House that would amend the senior school tax credit.   House Bill 99 would require any resident age of 65 or older from claiming a tax credit against school taxes until they have been a resident of Delaware for at least 10 years – rather than the current 3-years. …

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