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Sarah Mueller

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"

Delaware Symphony Orchestra

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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Fort Delaware State Park in Delaware City is hosting an annual prisoner of war living history events this weekend.

 


Sussex County has approved a $125,000 grant to the Town of Delmar for infrastructure upgrades.

 


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A derailed train in upstate New York spilled diesel fuel into the Delaware River Thursday morning.

Sarah Mueller

Gov. John Carney has approved legislation allowing the state to reimburse companies for funding projects that meet certain goals.


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The Indian River School District is seeking candidates to fill a vacancy on the Citizens Budget Oversight Committee.

 


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Wilmington’s 76ers Fieldhouse officially broke ground Wednesday.

The new 76ers’ Fieldhouse in South Wilmington will be home to the 76ers’ NBA G League Team, the Delaware Blue Coats - previously the 87ers.


Nemours

Nemours is hosting a conference in Washington D.C. this fall to discuss the relationship between children’s health and the economy.


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Advocates to restore the bus hub at Rodney Square are rallying Thursday despite federal transit officials canceling a meeting to hear their concerns.


Courtesy of The Nature Conservancy

Federal support is set to go towards the restoration and conservation of the Delaware River Watershed.

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service are putting 4.3 million dollars toward watershed cleanup efforts.


Biggs Museum of American Art

From now through November 25th, the Biggs Museum in Dover is hosting an exhibition of over 50 original etchings and lithographs of well-known artist and naturalist John James Audubon.


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