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First State makes push to eliminate broadband deserts

Gov. Carney announces a project to make Delaware the first state to provide wireline broadband access to every home and business.

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'Still work to do': Ida flood recovery effort continues in Wilmington

The City of Wilmington continues to support residents hit by the catastrophic flooding brought by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. It's now offering financial assistance for homeowners to help with certain repairs.

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The City of Milford announces a new Community Grant Program.


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The state portal for accessing you or your children’s vaccine records is up and running. But not everyone is able to access their records right away.


Promotions lead to a change at the top of New Castle County Police.


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Dover International Speedway will host its one race next year in early May.

The Drydene 400 NASCAR Cup Series race in Dover is set for May 1, 2022.

Sussex County plans five community meetings this month to give residents an overview of its upcoming property reassessment.

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Delaware State University is in US News and World Report’s top 10 of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.


A Wilmington artist has a pop-up exhibit at The Sold Firm Art Gallery.

 

Hashim Ahmad works under the name 7God and is best known for his spiritual artwork.

 


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Hospitals in Kent and Sussex counties are strained by coronavirus cases, according to an NPR analysis of federal data. Hospital administrators say they are adapting and still able to meet patient needs.


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The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce and the Delaware Business Roundtable back President Biden’s vaccine mandate for federal workers, large employers, and health care staff.

Wilmington’s Hagley Museum and Library has reopened after cleaning up flood damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida earlier this month.

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