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Wilmington City Council stalls rental property ordinance

Wilmington City Council voted down a proposal to require detailed information from rental property owners and operators be shared with the city.

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Several districts and charter schools join forces to 'boost' rising seniors in Wilmington

A group of New Castle County school districts and charter schools are banding together to help some high school seniors reach the finish line.

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Legislation that would provide financial assistance to children who were in the foster care system and attend college in Delaware advances from the House Education Committee.

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DSU is getting $1.9 million over the next four years through the American Rescue Plan to establish a Delaware Integrated Behavioral Health Workforce Training Program (DIBH).


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The Salesianum School in Wilmington will receive a massive donation from a high-profile alum. 

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The Grand Opera House in Wilmington is preparing to resume indoor shows after being closed by the pandemic for over a year.

 

But before that, The Grand is offering some summer lawn concerts at Rockwood Park. 

 

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Proposed changes to the Law Enforcement Officer’s Bill of Rights finally got a committee hearing Wednesday.


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The bail reform bill that recently passed in the Senate now heads to the full House, but not without some debate.

 


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Lawmakers passed one of the bills restricting access to guns Tuesday.


An initiative is underway to get residents in Delaware and Pennsylvania to grow fresh produce to share with those most in need.


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The state has upgraded charges against a man accused of killing a Delmar police officer. 

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Newark City Council approved another multi-story development on Main Street—weeks after rejecting it. 

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