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Sarah Mueller

Delaware DOC officials meet with families affected by PA prison transfers

Delaware Department of Correction officials met with families whose loved ones have been transferred to Pennsylvania prisons - or soon could be.

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This week on "The Green"

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UD student journalists give voice to campus stories

Occasionally, The Green takes time to highlight work created by students. This week, we head back to Newark to hear more from student voices at the University Of Delaware, telling stories about issues and topics they find interesting and important.

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More than 1,100 volunteers turned out for the 31st annual Delaware Coastal Cleanup hosted by DNREC in September.

 


Nemours

Nemours Children’s Health System recently appointed Dr. Mary Lee its Enterprise Chief Scientific Officer.

Dr. Lee, a pediatric endocrinologist, has a long history of clinical and laboratory-based research, including long term environmental research on the health implications of nearby chemical factories on children in a small Russian town.

In her new role, Dr. Lee leads Nemours’ efforts to develop better treatments and new cures for children and she recently spoke with Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino about the latest Nemours medical research.


Photo from Lauren E. Peters (self-portrait (lemon), 2017, oil on panel, 24″ x 18″)

There’s a new exhibition on display at the Mezzanine Gallery in the Carvel State Office Building in Wilmington.

 

It’s by Wilmington resident and painter Lauren E. Peters and is called “Ship of Theseus.


Delaware Public Media

Legislation amending the Delaware Constitution to bar gender discrimination is set be voted on again next year.

 

 

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The controversy over a vacant seat on Wilmington City Council continues.

 


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An environmental advocacy group’s attempt to make DNREC change how it regulates animal feeding operations is moving forward.

 


Tom Byrne/Delaware Public Media

Retired Delaware Supreme Court Justice Andrew Moore has passed away at the age of 83.

Delaware Public Media

If you’re a library patron in New Castle County and you have overdue items, you have a few days to receive library fine forgiveness.

 


Department of Health and Human Services

With just days to go until open enrollment ends, fewer Delawareans are signing up for Affordable Care Act health insurance plans this year.


Delaware’s Department of Agriculture is honoring four First State families for their commitment to farming the same land for 100 years or more.


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