Shupe ready to continue serving 36th District

Water, traffic, lack of doctors among area’s biggest issues By Melissa Steele, Cape Gazette February 19, 2020 Going door-to-door in the 36th Representative District, incumbent Rep. Bryan Shupe, R-Milford, has learned firsthand about water problems facing his constituents. “One woman in Ellendale had a 4-month-old, and she told me she Read more…

Bill to attract primary care doctors

Delaware lawmakers are hopeful that a bill to provide a Health Care Provider Loan Repayment Program will attract more primary care physicians to the state. House Bill 257, a bipartisan led effort, would help pay off student loan debt for new primary care physicians who practice in the state of Read more…

Shupe Stands up for Small Business

Big Delaware-based breweries are picking other states to expand. This is why Ryan Cormier, Delaware News JournalPublished 6:00 a.m. ET Oct. 10, 2019 | Updated 3:22 p.m. ET Oct. 10, 2019 When commercial real estate agents brought Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant officials a possible location for a new brewpub, Read more…

Shupe’s Efforts Help Homeless Vets

Delaware State News Milford’s community effort helps homeless veterans Sep 4th, 2019 · by Jennifer Antonik A snowball of kindness grew over the summer when the city of Milford came together to support local homeless veterans. “Interestingly enough, it started out when someone tagged me in a meme on Facebook Read more…

Development of Rural Residency Programs

Bayhealth has received $750,000 in federal grant funds from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), through the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) to develop rural residency programs. HRSA awarded approximately $20 million in Rural Residency Planning and Development Program (RRPD) grants to recipients across 21 states. Read more…