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Expect changes when paying for parking in Newark

The City of Newark is spending nearly $500,000 to replace its parking meters and off-street lot payment systems with 54 parking kiosks over the next year.

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This week on "The Green"

Delaware Public Media

The changing landscape of North Wilmington’s “Main Street”

Concord Pike is a natural draw for shoppers and diners in North Wilmington. But anyone driving this stretch of the Route 202 corridor recently knows it’s seeing its fair share of changes. Contributor Eileen Dallabrida takes a closer look at these changes and what they tell us about the state of retail shopping these days.

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Numerous requests are prompting the City of Rehoboth Beach to re-launch its popular tree donation program.


Christiana Care Health System is set to evaluate the health care provided in Delaware’s prison system.

Courtesy of the City of Newark

The project turning a former University of Delaware dormitory site into a park is moving forward.

Sarah Mueller / Delaware Public Media

Delaware’s junior Sen. Chris Coons is pushing gun legislation in the wake of recent mass shootings.

The Woodland Ferry is back at work after being out of service for nine months.

Sarah Mueller / Delaware Public Media

The Division of Public Health is trying to shed more light on its policy regarding dog-friendly restaurants.

The federal government has agreed to pay a larger share of the cost to cover Delawareans under the Affordable Care Act. 

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer and land use officials announced an environmental agenda Wednesday comprised of seven pieces of draft legislation. The package focuses on issues ranging from protection of scenic byways to financing for commercial energy efficiency projects. 


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The City of Seaford is considering shutting down its 911 dispatch center in an effort to save money.


The Warehouse receives New Castle County grant

Aug 21, 2019
via Teen Warehouse Facebook page

New Castle County Cares is helping support a new teen-focused  program in Wilmington.