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Wilmington City Council calls for forensic audit of Wilmington Housing Partnership

Wilmington City Council wants more answers about a loan the defunct Wilmington Housing Partnership failed to repay.

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This week on "The Green"

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Growing Career Pathways program makes its mark on First State schools

"College and Career Ready" is a mantra heard often from Delaware education officials. And one effort to address the “career” part of that equation is the state's Career Pathways program. The program has seen steady growth in just under 5 years. Contributor Larry Nagengast looks at that growth and the program's impact to date.

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Residents in the Appoquinimink School District have a referendum vote to consider in December.

A state employee has filed an EEOC complaint alleging she is the target of discrimination because of her Muslim religion.

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The vacant Elbert-Palmer Elementary School in Wilmington's Southbridge neighborhood is set to become a training center for Port of Wilmington workers. 

Port operator GT USA Wilmington, a subsidiary of global logistics company Gulftainer, has agreed to lease the building from the Christina School District.


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The state is looking to encroach on some Dover businesses to make an intersection safer.

Fantail Photography (2018 Craft Fair)

The Hagley Museum and Library’s annual craft returns this weekend.


The fair is now in its 41st year.

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More First State students affected by trauma could get help through new federal grant funding.

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Gov. John Carney has a new chief of staff.

A change in leadership is coming to Brandywine School District.

Brandywine School District Superintendent Mark Holodick announced Wednesday he is leaving the district for a job at the University of Delaware’s Academy for School Leadership.

Delaware’s 2020 Teacher of the year is an early childhood educator in the Colonial School District.

Some Republican state lawmakers are calling for a repeal of a law reforming Delaware’s cash bail, saying it makes the state less safe.