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Loans for federal workers impacted by government shutdown fail in Delaware Senate

One piece of legislation helping federal workers in Delaware impacted by the partial federal government is heading to Gov. John Carney’s desk.
But a companion bill failed to pass the state Senate.

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The Delaware Senate is set to take up two pieces of legislation to help federal workers.

The bills cleared the House Tuesday.


Nicholas Ciolino

A Seaford-area lawmaker is introducing two bills to create stricter abortion laws.

The U.S. Supreme Court has allowed the Trump administration policy banning most transgender people from serving in the U.S. military to take effect while challenges move through lower courts.

 


Sarah Mueller

Delaware has won $1.5 million in federal grants for inmate reentry services.

Jordan Estock / Concord High School

Samsung’s Solve for Tomorrow Contest is recognizing the work of a North Wilmington high school.


The 7th annual Peace March on the West Side of Wilmington honored Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Monday.


Beebe Healthcare

Beebe Healthcare Center in Lewes recently decided to ditch its paper visitor logs for a new computerized system.

Democratic state lawmakers are trying to revamp the First State’s voting system.


Members of Delaware’s Congressional delegation are commenting on this weekend’s quid pro quo from President Trump to reopen the government.


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Wilmington Housing Partnership (WHP) Executive Director Steve Martin has resigned following a City of Wilmington audit that revealed misuse of financial assistance from the City, hundreds of thousands of dollars in accounting records errors and a “weakened financial condition.”

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