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Wilmington City Council recommends candidate advance in vacancy process

A Council committee of the whole interviewed seven candidates for the seat Friday. They recommended Linda Gray advance to a full vote by Council.

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This week on "The Green"

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Is your living shoreline working? Framework offers new tool for monitoring coastal defense

As rising seas raise more urgent questions about how to defend Delaware’s low-lying shore, environmentalists and state authorities are renewing their advocacy for “living shorelines” as a way of cushioning the impact of higher waters on coastal property and the natural environment.

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Wilmington-based WSFS Bank is one step closer to acquiring Philadelphia’s Beneficial Bank.

Sarah Mueller

Gov. John Carney visited Harrington this week as he highlighted new project funding for some Downtown Development Districts.

Courtesy of Mountaire Farms

Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources says between 750,000 and 1 million gallons of partially treated wastewater was spilled at Mountaire’s chicken processing facility in Millsboro Wednesday morning and contained onsite.

City of Seaford submitted photo/Chief Robert Kracyla

The City of Seaford is looking for a new police chief.  


Courtesy of the Chester County District Attorney's Office

During a drug bust at a home in South Coatesville, Pennsylvania, law enforcement officials found an alligator living in a kitchen. That alligator now lives at the Brandywine Zoo.


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Several Grammy-award winning artists will play the Delaware State Fair this summer.


The state’s largest school district has chosen a new superintendent.


The Red Clay Consolidated School District board voted Wednesday to give the job to Dorrell Green.


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A deal to keep the Statewide Autism Program with the Christina School District may be in place.

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State health officials will hand out free Narcan at this year’s atTAcK Addiction 5k.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The state is taking steps to shorten the “SNAP gap” some residents could experience as a result of the recent government shutdown.