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DNREC Secretary calls repeal of Clean Water Rules 'a concern,' while farmers celebrate

The federal rollback of a controversial Obama-era Clean Water Act rule is getting mixed reactions in Delaware.

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This week on "The Green"

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Looking back on 100 years of Tower Hill School

Wilmington’s Tower Hill School is marking a major milestone. One of the state’s oldest private schools - Tower Hill turns 100 in 2019, and celebrates its centennial this month with a full slate of events Sept. 20 and 21 st at the school.

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The Blue Rocks are the 2019 Carolina League champs.

The Rocks won the fifth and deciding game in the Mills Cup final 2-0 in Fayetteville to win their first league title since 1999.

The Blue Rocks have forced a fifth and deciding game in the Mills Cup Carolina League Championship.

The Rocks shut down the Fayetteville Woodpeckers 2-0 Friday night in Game 4 of the best of five series – evening the series at 2 wins apiece.

New data says one in three Delawareans are obese. The report comes from the nonprofit Trust for America’s Health (TFAH)- analyzing data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). 

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Sen. Chris Coons is criticizing comments on guns made during Thursday night’s Democratic debate in Houston.


Three inmates involved in the 2017 riot at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center near Smyrna were sentenced Friday.


A Delaware man faces at least 20 years in prison after a federal jury convicted him this week for conspiracy and drug distribution. He could get life in prison.

Donte Jacobs is the first person in Delaware charged with conspiracy to distribute heroin and fentanyl that caused the death of another person.

The Blue Rocks find their backs against the wall in the Mills Cup Carolina League Championship.

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Delaware Art Museum’s 2020 slate of exhibitions is set.


Proposed legislation would make it illegal for drivers to linger in the left lane on parts of First State highways.


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Delmarva Power announced it secured approval to offer residential electric customers in Delaware three energy efficiency programs. The company estimates the programs could help customers save more than $10 dollars a month.  

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