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Plan to balance development, flooding on the 7th Street Peninsula nears completion

The Wilmington Area Planning Council’s study of the East 7th Street Peninsula in Wilmington is seeking its final public comment.

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This week on "The Green"

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UD’s Horn Program finds multiple avenues to guide aspiring entrepreneurs

Over the past seven years, the University of Delaware’s Horn Program in Entrepreneurship has seen good early results in its effort to serve as a springboard for promising start-up ventures. Contributor Larry Nagengast recently spent some looking at the program, how it works and where it’s heading.

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General Assembly to consider bringing back death penalty

Some Delaware lawmakers want to reinstate capital punishment in the First State.

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Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Delaware is putting up some money to help fund the First State’s fight against the opioid crisis.

The insurance company announced a $1 million request for proposal Friday meant for organizations addressing addiction in Delaware communities.

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The Delaware Department of Education is investigating Odyssey Charter School after allegations of potential violations.

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Delaware’s unemployment rate has fallen to the lowest point in 30 years, according to the Delaware Department of Labor.

 

The rate dropped from 3.3 to 3.2 percent last month with 15,800 Delawareans claiming unemployment compared with 16,100 in March.

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Wilmington City Council overwhelmingly approved a 3.8 percent sewer fee increase for City residents starting July 1. And Mayor Mike Purzycki’s proposed capital budget passed by a slim margin— with seven votes in favor.

 


 

A bill creating an opioid impact fee on drug manufacturers cleared its final legislative hurdle Thursday.

Pamela D'Angelo

A recent research voyage revealed there could be thousands more abandoned crab pots in Delaware’s Inland Bays than previously believed.


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Legalizing recreational marijuana is back before members of the Delaware House.


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A bill released from a state Senate committee Wednesday would make underage drinking a civil offense.


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A bill expanding access to dental services for low-income adults on Medicaid sailed through a Senate committee Wednesday.

The U.S. News and World Report ranked Delaware first in the nation for the quality of its hospitals this year.

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