A bill to change Seaford's charter has been pulled from the Legislature's agenda. (Wikimedia photo by Nyttend)

Seaford charter change in jeopardy after backlash

Sam HautGovernment, Headlines

Seaford officials were planning on making what they thought was a simple change to the city charter, something that several other Delaware municipalities had already done. That change would allow someone who lives outside the city — but owns a business in Seaford that is registered through an LLC —  to vote in municipal elections. The change needed to be …

Seaford mayor pushes back against AG’s fetal remains lawsuit

Charlie MegginsonGovernment, Headlines, Health

Seaford Mayor David Genshaw says the ordinance has nothing to do with a woman’s right to get an abortion. Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings on Tuesday filed suit against the City of Seaford in the state’s Court of Chancery over an ordinance relating to the manner by which abortion clinics must dispose of fetal remains.  Now, Seaford’s mayor and city …

Perdue donation will help build amphitheater in Seaford park

Charlie MegginsonGovernment, Headlines

An aerial view of the park’s location in Seaford. A $100,000 donation from Perdue Farms is going to help the Chesapeake Conservancy build an outdoor natural amphitheater at Seaford’s Oyster House Park. That money will allow the Chesapeake Conservancy and the park to solidify the town as a vibrant gateway to the Chesapeake Bay, and continue to drive community revitalization. …