Your small business could win up to $50,000/$100,000 for a wide variety of expenses through an EDGE Grant from the Delaware Division of Small Business. The Spring 2020 application round is now open and the deadline to apply is February 28, 2020 at 11:59 pm. See the EDGE Grant website for more information.
The City of Harrington has an immediate opening for a full-time City Clerk II position. Must have a high level of ethics and integrity, excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work well with the public. Must have payroll and HR experience. The candidate must pass a background check, drug screening and physical. The City of Harrington offers a great working environment. Salary will […]
Winterize your home to save money and aggrivation this winter. Secure the outside of your home. Check shutters, siding, and other exterior materials to ensure they are properly attached. High winds, ice, and moisture from winter storms can easily strip off such outside elements if they’re loose. Insulate water pipes. Be sure your pipes, especially those that are exposed or in unheated areas, like crawl spaces, […]
Andrew Saul, Commissioner of Social Security, and Gail S. Ennis, the Inspector General for the Social Security Administration, announce the launch of a dedicated online form at https://oig.ssa.gov to receive reports from the public of Social Security-related scams. These scams—in which fraudulent callers mislead victims into making cash or gift card payments to avoid arrest for purported Social Security number problems—skyrocketed over the past year […]
The Fall 2019 edition of the Kent County Levy Court Newsletter includes a warning to homeowners regarding a mortgage insurance scam that has been sent referencing Kent County Levy Court. See the excerpt from the newsletter below. Read the entire newsletter here.
By Carolyn Nichols, Social Security District Manager in Dover, DE Social Security turns 84 this year. With more than eight decades of service, we’ve provided benefits to one of the most diverse populations in history. Regardless of background, we cover retirees, wounded warriors, chronically ill children, and people who have lost loved ones. Knowing that we cover so many different people, we’ve created People Like […]
Storm drains and roadside ditches lead directly to our streams, rivers, lakes and bays. So, any pollutants like oil, pet waste, leaves, grass clippings, trash, or dirty water from washing your car, or other outside activities that enter a storm drain eventually get into our state’s precious waters. How can You help? Follow these Simple Tips to help keep our water clean. Never dump anything […]
The Price Community Center (103 Dorman Street) is available to rent for birthday parties, meetings, and other special occasions. ***Friday and Saturday hours are now extended until 11 pm*** The rental fee is $75 per hour (4 hour minimum). Contact Harrington Parks and Recreation for more information, 398-7975.
Grass cutting season has begun. Here are some grass related tips: Leave grass clippings on your lawn to hold moisture better, which means less watering. It also returns valuable nutrients to the soil. Don’t blow grass clippings into the street because they can clog storm water drains and cause flooding. Harrington’s code requires grass to be 6″ or less in height and clippings to be […]