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Delaware Tech gets federal grant to build auto tech training facility

Delaware Tech plans to use a federal grant to help fill a shortage of automotive technicians in the Delmarva region. Del Tech got $1.97 million to build a 13,500 square foot automotive training facility on its Georgetown campus.

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This week on "The Green"

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Arts Playlist: Grant aids Delaware Symphony Orchestra expansion

Delaware Symphony Orchestra is getting a major gift to help bring performances to Sussex County. In this week’s Arts Playlist, Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele chats with Delaware Symphony Orchestra executive director Alan Jordan about the gift and the upcoming season.

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2018 Candidate Conversations: State Attorney General

The 2018 election cycle is now moving into full swing. As part of our election coverage, Delaware Public Media is offering a series a Candidate Conversations - including in the race for State Attorney General.

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Courtesty of the Delaware Historical Society

The week-long August Quarterly starts Sunday in Wilmington. The Delaware Historical Society kicks it off Saturday with a panel discussion on interfaith traditions and the Black Church.

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Sen. Tom Carper (D-Delaware) is calling for stronger federal oversight of unaccompanied migrant youth in Delaware and other states. These are kids who show up at the border without parents.

via Red Clay Consolidated School District website

The Red Clay School District will open the new school year looking for new superintendent.

Merv Daugherty announced Thursday he's leaving for another job out-of-state.


A Lewes-Rehoboth Canal Improvement Association project is receiving a big boost from Delaware’s Department of Transportation.


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Doctors from Christiana Care Health System say they’ve significantly reduced the number of opioids the hospital prescribes.

Christiana Care is following a grant-funded program from the University of Michigan called the Opioid Prescription Engagement Network, or OPEN.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Firefighters who survived the deadly 2016 Canby Park fire in Wilmington have joined family members of those who died in filing a federal lawsuit against former Wilmington officials.

Delaware Division of the Arts

The Delaware Division of the Arts is investing nearly $3 million in over 100 arts and community organizations serving Delawareans statewide.



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Members of the state’s Behavioral Health Consortium handed out free Narcan Wednesday in Wilmington’s West Center City neighborhood.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

A new round of service changes is scheduled for December, and DART presented proposed adjustments to eight bus routes at a "community conversation" Tuesday in New Castle.



Common Cause Delaware has posted a link to bid data the First State received to replace its current voting machines.