Wilmington City Council approves 2023 budget, 6% property tax increase and 5% water and sewer increase
Council approved a $176.9 million operating budget, up $4.1 million from last year, and a $82.1 million water and sewer budget, up $2.1 million from last year.
A bill that would have created a regulatory structure for legal marijuana failed in Delaware's House of Representatives, calling into question the future of a companion bill legalizing the drug that passed last week.
Unusually hot temperatures will hit Delaware this weekend.
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An annual point-in-time count of people experiencing homelessness in Delaware conducted earlier this year revealed an alarming statistic: twice as many people were unhoused in the state in early 2022 than were in early 2020, with the most substantial increase in Sussex County.
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President Biden is on his first trip to Asia since taking office. In South Korea and Japan, he'll try to coordinate more closely with them on priorities including strategic competition with China.
- Dover Air Mobility Command Museum returns to full flight
- Dover Days readies for 2022 return
- Kay's Kamp continues work with kids and families facing cancer
- State employees exhibit their creativity
- First State Heritage Park offers 'Hidden Lives' tour for Black History Month
- Polytech program offers apprentice opportunities for young adults
- Killens Pond hiking series offers chance to get some winter outdoor activity