Senior Centers now allowed to open at 30 percent capacity with safety precautions in...

Delaware Governor John Carney on Friday signed the 24th modification to his State of Emergency declaration, allowing driver education services to resume immediately, with safety measures in place to prevent transmission of COVID-19. Governor...

Schools starting in the fall with in-class instruction will depend on the current health...

At Monday's covid-19 press conference, Delaware Governor John Carney and Delaware Education secretary, Susan Bunting released guidance for the reopening of schools in the fall. Wilmington (DE): Many students are asking if they will return...

Youth and adult recreational sports can resume starting tomorrow

Personal care services can expand to 60 percent; tournaments may resume with approved safety plans WILMINGTON, Del. — Governor John Carney on Friday signed the 22nd modification to his State of Emergency Order, permitting an...

You can now visit Rehoboth City Hall by appointment, a sign that things are...

A sign that things are started to come back to life and headed in the right direction, the city of Rehoboth announced this morning that you can now visit city hall by appointment only....

Bicyclists are now permitted to board the Cape May/Lewes Ferry vessels

Bicyclists Permitted aboard Vessels; Summer Operating Schedule Posted Cape May (NJ): Lewes Ferry officials announced some travel modifications to its restrictions related the COVID – 19 pandemic announced earlier this spring. Effective immediately, bicyclists are now...

Delaware Memorial Bridge E-ZPass Customer Service Center to Re-Open

Effective June 1, 2020 at 11:00 a.m., the Delaware Memorial Bridge (DMB) E-ZPass Walk-in Customer Service Center (CSC) will re-open on a reduced operating schedule.  The Bridge’s E-ZPass Center is located in the Vincent...

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