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Sarah Mueller

Delaware DOC officials meet with families affected by PA prison transfers

Delaware Department of Correction officials met with families whose loved ones have been transferred to Pennsylvania prisons - or soon could be.

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This week on "The Green"

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State seeks to create more charter school seats with federal funds

Earlier this fall, Delaware received a $10.4 million grant from the U.S. Dept. of Education to improve state’s charter school system. In addtion to supporting efforts to share charter schools' best practices, Delaware's Dept. of Ed. says the money will help add thousands of new charter seats in the First State. Contributor Larry Nagengast examines the state's initial plans for these funds.

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Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The controversy over a vacant seat on Wilmington City Council continues.


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An environmental advocacy group’s attempt to make DNREC change how it regulates animal feeding operations is moving forward.


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Retired Delaware Supreme Court Justice Andrew Moore has passed away at the age of 83.

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If you’re a library patron in New Castle County and you have overdue items, you have a few days to receive library fine forgiveness.


Department of Health and Human Services

With just days to go until open enrollment ends, fewer Delawareans are signing up for Affordable Care Act health insurance plans this year.

Delaware’s Department of Agriculture is honoring four First State families for their commitment to farming the same land for 100 years or more.

Delaware Farm Bureau

The Delaware Farm Bureau is tapping Pennsylvania mushroom farmer Joseph Poppiti to head the organization.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

An clean air advocate has some concerns about the slag grinding facility proposed for near the Port of Wilmington.


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The 2018 Farm Bill is heading to the president for his signature after both chambers of Congress passed a compromise version this week.

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Delaware State Police are warning First State residents about a scam involving phone calls from someone claiming to work for Verizon.