Delaware Public Media
Delaware Public Media

The Delaware Senate is set to take up two pieces of legislation to help federal workers.


The 7th annual Peace March on the West Side of Wilmington honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday.


Beebe Healthcare

Beebe Healthcare Center in Lewes recently decided to ditch its paper visitor logs for a new computerized system.

Democratic state lawmakers are trying to revamp the First State’s voting system.


Members of Delaware’s Congressional delegation are commenting on this weekend’s quid pro quo from President Trump to reopen the government.


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Wilmington Housing Partnership (WHP) Executive Director Steve Martin has resigned following a City of Wilmington audit that revealed misuse of financial assistance from the City, hundreds of thousands of dollars in accounting records errors and a “weakened financial condition.”

Nicholas Ciolino

Bayhealth is set to open a brand new hospital in Sussex County.


Downtown Dover Partnership

In an attempt to spotlight what Downtown Dover has to offer, First Fridays are back for 2019.

Courtesy of the Brandywine Zoo

The Brandywine Zoo is closed through the end of February for construction.

The work marks the start of the Wilmington zoo’s $13 million master plan.

 


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Gov. John Carney’s delivered his State of the State address Thursday.   In addition to touting the work his administration did over the past year, he emphasized his new weighted education funding proposal for disadvantaged students and creating a new Transportation Infrastructure Investment Fund.  He also backed debate on an assault weapons ban and raising the age to buy cigarettes from 18 to 21

After the speech at Legislative Hall,  Delaware chatted with lawmakers from each side of aisle to gauge their reaction.


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