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Environmental advocate responds to proposed slag grinding facility

An clean air advocate has some concerns about the slag grinding facility proposed for near the Port of Wilmington.

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Farm Bill passes Congress with expanded safety net programs for Delaware farmers

The 2018 Farm Bill is heading to the president for his signature after both chambers of Congress passed a compromise version this week.

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Delaware’s Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health is looking to help upgrade some local, privately owned addiction treatment centers as part of the planned statewide system of care.

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A national legal group for the poor says Wilmington officials are likely violating its most vulnerable citizens’ constitutional rights.

The Delaware Contemporary

The Delaware Contemporary is hosting its Annual Holiday Craft Show and Taste of the Holidays Friday as part of Wilmington’s December Art Loop.

A group of citizens received an update this week on efforts to address equity, diversity and inclusion issues within state government.


Delaware State Fair

The Delaware State Fair is gearing up for its Centennial Celebration in July 2019.

Officials presented a proposed toll hike for the Delaware Memorial Bridge to the public Tuesday.

WWI Mobile Museum

Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC), is hosting the World War I Mobile Museum.


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Trade uncertainties are leaving Delaware farmers feeling very uneasy heading into 2019.

Sussex County Council approved a plan Tuesday to regulate housing density near state tidal wetlands.

Sussex County EOC

The 2018 hurricane season is behind us, but that doesn’t mean residents along the First State coast can drop their guard.