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Legislation giving Del Tech bonding authority moves to Senate vote

Legislation allowing Delaware Tech to finance capital projects appears to have new life.

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Three new exhibitions set to open at the Rehoboth Art League

The Rehoboth Art League (RAL) features a trio of new exhibitions next month.

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The deadline is fast approaching for the 19th Annual DART Poster Contest.


 

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Delaware's Christiana Care Health System is joining up with a nonprofit group to purchase some of its generic drugs with the goal of reducing cost and stabilizing the supply chain.

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Legislation allowing Delaware Tech to finance capital projects appears to have new life.

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has given Kent County poor marks again in its annual county health assessment.


The budget proposal released by the Trump Administration last week would eliminate several programs funding affordable housing. First State elected officials gathered at a Habitat for Humanity construction site Wednesday to speak out against the proposed cuts.

 


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There’s still money left unclaimed by First State farmers who would be part of a project to decrease agricultural runoff in Delaware watersheds.


State officials say 2018 was the worst mosquito season in recorded history. And Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is already working to avoid a repeat this year.

 


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The Delaware Senate approved legislation raising the age to purchase tobacco products.


Lottery players are hoping there’s a little luck of the Irish left over from St. Patrick’s Day.

The jackpot for Wednesday’s Powerball drawing is over a half billion dollars.

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Wilmington City Council wants to take a closer look at parking downtown.

 


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