Md. Invests $200-Million Into Affordable Housing


Maryland is investing more than $200-million into creating more affordable housing, including more than 6,000 units statewide.Governor Larry Hogan said Wednesday that the Department of Housing and Community Development will administer the funds. Housing prices and costs have been affected by rising construction costs as well as interest rates.This program boosts funding for the Rental…

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Del. Food Bank Schedules April Drive-Thru Pantries


The Food Bank of Delaware will host its monthly drive-through mobile food pantries starting Monday, April 18th.Food will be available in Kent County that day at Dover International Speedway, starting at 10 a.m. Sussex County’s mobile pantry is scheduled for the following Monday, April 25th at Crossroad Community Church on State Forest Road between Georgetown…

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Del. Electric Co-op Considers Rate Increase Wed.


Delaware Electric Cooperative residential bills could go up by about 8% under a proposal to be considered by the not-for-profit utility’s board this week. According to DEC President and CEO Greg Starheim, the member-owned utility has been paying about 60% more for the natural gas it needs to generate power since last year. This would…

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