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Third annual Women’s March planned for Newark

Delawareans will march to celebrate women’s empowerment in Newark on Saturday .

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The best known work from a Lewes sculptor has a new home at the New York Stock Exchange.

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When the historically Lenape Little Union Church in Cheswold, Del. burned down at the end of last month, a piece of history disappeared with it.

In this week’s Enlighten Me, Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt sits down with Chief of the Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware Dennis Coker and Richard Durham of an associated church about Little Union and it roots in the Lenape community.


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Throughout the City of Wilmington, shooting incidents were down 58 percent in 2018 compared to 2017. There were 115 fewer shooting victims.

 


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New Castle County is funding a program to help early-stage entrepreneurs get their ideas off the ground.


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There was a new look at this week’s Sussex County Council meeting.


Sarah Mueller

A state Equal Rights Amendment is just one step away from passage.


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A $636 million dollar toll road running from Route 1 to the Delaware-Maryland line opened to traffic Thursday.

 


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The last day of the General Assembly this year could end sooner than it has in the past.

For decades, state lawmakers have often worked into the wee hours of July 1st passing the budget bills and holding last minute votes on others.

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Delaware could move to reassess property values statewide this year. But it’s more likely to be through a court order than political will.


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Delaware’s senior senator is weighing in on the partial government shutdown and President Trump’s plan to fund construction of a wall on the US-Mexico border.


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