The rules also require landowners to address health and safety issues before raising rents, but some critics say the bill contains loopholes that could allow rent hikes.
Gov. John Carney and DNREC’s climate action plan released last fall encompasses the entire state, but Alison Quimby, Resiliency Plan Manager in Wilmington’s public works department, says it is unique, and needs its own plan to address things like tidal flooding.
Five candidates will compete for three open seats on Fenwick Island Town Council this August.
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The news cycle has been a whirlwind in recent weeks, especially with the stories coming out of Washington DC.The headlines have jumped from the testimony in public hearings held by the House Jan. 6th Committee to passage of bipartisan gun safety and mental health legislation to the U.S Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.Delaware’s senior Senator, Tom Carper recently visited the Delaware Public Media studios in Dover to discuss these issues and more.
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Eiley Misfeldt and Soojee Dufresne were born in South Korea but they were adopted by different families. Misfeldt contacted Dufresne who's in New York and they met for the first time over the weekend.
"How many times do you look at a clock, or look at time, and are happy?" says Kevin Bertolero, the maker of watches that feature tiny rubber duckies instead of numbers.
The terrain being searched is still so unstable that rescue crews are using drones to try to find any survivors while helicopters searched overhead.
A man is in custody after a July 4th parade shooting. A judge sides with three major drug distributors in an opioid lawsuit. A probe continues into the death of a Palestinian-American journalist.
The COVID-19 pandemic forced many people to make changes in their lives. NPR's Rachel Martin spoke to two people about how they reinvented their careers.
Joey Chestnut took his 15th win at Nathan's Famous Fourth of July hot dog eating contest in Coney Island, N.Y. Miki Sudo made a decisive comeback to win the women's title.
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- Dover Air Mobility Command Museum returns to full flight
- Kay's Kamp continues work with kids and families facing cancer
- State employees exhibit their creativity
- First State Heritage Park offers 'Hidden Lives' tour for Black History Month
- Polytech program offers apprentice opportunities for young adults