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Delaware's revenue estimate for FY 2020 continues to climb

State lawmakers have a bit more money to factor into the budget making process, based on March revenue estimates.

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Pier at Holts Landing State Park (DE State Parks)

Improvements coming to Holts Landing State Park

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State targets distracted driving with 'covert' vehicles

Delaware State Police issued 19 citations over the weekend during an increased distracted driving enforcement effort in Sussex County. The effort used troopers in unmarked vehicles— including a DelDOT dump truck.

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State lawmakers are considering legislation that could make it easier for more patients to qualify for Delaware’s medical cannabis program.


The slate is set for next month’s Milford City Council election.

 

Delaware is planning to roll out a hotline to help coach families with loved ones who have substance abuse or mental health issues.

Freeman Foundation

Some big name entertainers are coming to the Freeman Stage at Bayside this summer.


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Regional planners hope to solve flooding problems on Wilmington’s E. 7th Street Peninsula, where sea level rise could eventually make the flooding worse. Many business owners there don’t want to move, and some want to see more development.

 


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A $3.65 million dollar paving project got underway this week in Sussex County.

 


Attempts to use federal support to lower drug prices in Delaware have failed so far and now the state is exploring new strategies.


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Some lawmakers want to crack down on addiction treatment centers paying people to recruit patients.


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Voters in the Woodbridge School District head to the polls Tuesday to vote on a tax referendum.

 


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New Castle County government is seeing results from its increased effort to collect delinquent taxes and fees.

 


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