Delaware Public Media
Submitted Photo

Backyard Birds mural coming to downtown Dover

A huge mural of birds native to Delaware in downtown Dover is nearly complete.

Read More

A former Connections CSP employee has filed a whistle-blower lawsuit over the 2018 death of an inmate.

Courtesy of Danneman Firm

Newark residents voiced concerns Sunday about another hotel proposed for Main Street. 

Recent testing shows elevated levels of PFAS chemicals at four drinking wells near the Dover Air Force Base.

Delaware Public Media

Delaware’s Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (DSAMH) is opening the second of three walk-in centers meant to connect patients with mental health and substance abuse treatment free of charge.

Submitted Photo

A specialized savings accounts that protects the benefits of individuals with disabilities is now a year old. And the state treasurer wants more people to know about it.



Delaware Public Media

Delaware has joined 23 other states in calling for the Trump Administration to not weaken carbon emission standards for cars.

BayHealth adds new cutting edge spinal surgery robot

Jul 12, 2019
Milton Pratt / Delaware Public Media

Bayhealth Hospital in Dover recently purchased a robotic navigation system called the ExcelsiusGPS, that improves safety and accuracy for implanting screws in spine surgeries.



Wilmington City Council passed changes or extensions to three tax abatement programs incentivizing development and renovation in the city Thursday. 

Department of Health and Human Services

A lawsuit challenging the Affordable Care Act could have big consequences for people in Delaware.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Several houses have been demolished on Newark’s New London Road to make way for new townhouses marketed toward University of Delaware students. 

People who lived in the area decades ago say this project is just the latest example of redevelopment that has irreparably changed what was once a tight-knit African American community there.