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Surf fishing permits prices on the rise in 2019

Delaware’s Parks and Recreation Council voted Thursday to raise surf fishing permit fees and limit the number of permits issued each year.

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This week on "The Green"

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New collaboration seeks to bring fresh approach to assisting Sussex’s Hispanic community

Delaware’s Hispanic population continues to grow – especially in Sussex County But addressing the needs of this population and challenges it faces has proven difficult. Contributor Larry Nagengast reports that could be changing.

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Rain and snow mix followed by winds and low temps this weekend

A storm is expected to bring a mix of snow and rain this weekend before hitting the first state with a blast of cold.

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Third annual Women’s March planned for Newark

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Gov. John Carney gave his 2019 State of the State speech to lawmakers Thursday.


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Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle found things to like in Gov. Carney’s State of the State address, but some issues raised by the governor created potential legislative battlegrounds.

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During a shutdown of the federal government, furloughed federal employees who qualify for Unemployment Compensation receive their benefits through state agencies.


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Hagley Museum is taking a deeper dive into all things space this weekend, including why some astronauts say space smells like car exhaust.


The Delaware Department of Education has launched a new web tool for parents to dive into school data.

 


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Delaware now has a state Equal Rights Amendment. The 16-word amendment bars discrimination based on sex.


The Clean Water Act nonprofit Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE) is planning to build a hatchery for mussels to improve water quality in the region.


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The teachers’ union at the Odyssey Charter School in Greenville has presented a vote of no confidence to the school board. Board President Josiah Wolcott says he will not resign.

 


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Gov. John Carney lays out his 2019 agenda later this week when he delivers his State of the State Thursday afternoon.

Delaware Public Media’s political reporter Sarah Mueller sat down with Carney to get a preview of his priorities ahead of the speech.

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Christiana Care Health System has a new corporate contract for bariatric surgery.

The Kansas City-based global health information corporation Cerner has selected Christiana Care to perform all bariatric surgeries needed for Cerner employees. 

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