There’s no better way to celebrate the holidays than by giving. Food drives are a great way to help families in need have a memorable gathering over a good meal. This month, DART will kick-off its 24th annual “Stuff The Bus” Thanksgiving Food Drive. The statewide event begins on November 8 and ends on November… Continue reading The Season of Giving…
On July 15, 2021, for the first time ever, tens of millions of families covering nearly 60 million children across America will begin receiving monthly Child Tax Credit payments. In Delaware, this will apply to more than 100,000 families totaling over $42 Million in direct assistance. To learn more, visit https://www.whitehouse.gov/child-tax-credit/
DMV buildings will return to full capacity. Face covering recommendations will follow CDC guidance. While face coverings aren’t required, all customers who have not been fully vaccinated are encouraged to wear them at the DMV.
DelDOT announces to motorists that I-95 Southbound in Wilmington will be closed for the emergency repair of the guardrail damaged in a crash last night.
HB212 would phase out plastic carryout bags from all stores, regardless of size, beginning July 1, 2022.
HB90, Sponsored by Rep. Gerald Brady and Sen. Kyle Evans Gay, Allows a candidate committee to pay reasonable and necessary expenses for the care of a candidate’s child or children when care is necessary during campaign activities.
SB15, sponsored by Sen. Jack Walsh and Rep. Gerald Brady, raises the minimum wage in Delaware to $15/hr by January 2025.
Visit Delaware.gov for the most up to date information about how Delaware is handling the Coronavirus Pandemic. Learn where to get tested, how to get vaccinated and when & where to wear a mask.
Governor Carney to Lift Delaware Mask Mandate Effective May 21
SB135 would limit the use of polystyrene and many single-use plastics, such as coffee stirrers and cocktail and sandwich picks, at food establishments throughout Delaware