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Legislation giving Del Tech ability to levy property tax off the table

Legislation giving Delaware Tech bonding and taxing authority appears to be dead. But other lawmakers may step in with alternatives to help the school.

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This week on "The Green"

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State Education Funding Lawsuit: The battle over property assessments

The state of Delaware finds itself in court, defending its public school funding system in a lawsuit filed last year. Over the next two weeks, Delaware Public Media is taking an in-depth look at the key issues in the case. Part 1 focuses on the controversial issue of property reassessment.

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Legislation giving Delaware Tech the authority to issue bonds and implement a statewide property tax may be on hold for now.

Christiana Care's Gene Editing Institute

Christiana Care Health System researchers have discovered a new way to use CRISPR gene-editing techniques to potentially reduce the need for chemotherapy in one form of cancer.

City of Seaford

The City of Seaford’s police chief Robert Kracyla recently announced he’s resigning that post. And he's leaving for another job elsewhere in the state.

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A long-awaited transportation project in Claymont is moving forward.


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A developer’s plans for a mixed-use community in Greenville could feature a Wegmans grocery store.


Catholic Diocese of Wilmington

The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington takes a look back as it marks a major milestone anniversary.

The Pew Charitable Trusts recently made recommendations to the state of Delaware on what more it can do to combat the opioid crisis.

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Sen. Tom Carper recently visited some Central American countries with Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester and other members of Congress.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Wilmington City Council will take at least a week longer to fill a council vacancy.

City Council was scheduled to vote on a candidate to fill the 1st District seat Thursday. But the meeting has been postponed until next week.

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Snowfall from Wednesday’s winter storm has largely turned out to be just as expected up and down the First State.