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Willey Farms Facebook post of the blaze on Nov, 5, 2018

Willey Farms is starting to make a comeback from the fire that burned it to ground a week-and-a-half ago.

 


Lt. Governnor's Challenge

Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long recently kicked off the “Lieutenant Governor’s Challenge,” which aims to build a stronger and healthier Delaware.

 


The influenza virus has not been especially active in Delaware so far this season despite getting an early start.

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Wilmington nonprofit West End Neighborhood House and New Castle County are expanding their career programs for area youth.


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Colder temperatures have arrived across the region. And one local utility is trying to make sure its customers stay warm safely.

 


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The state’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control  is asking a federal appeals court to review a decision by the EPA that could affect air quality in Delaware.

 


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The University of Delaware has a new resource for tracking data related to the state’s opioid crisis. The Delaware Opioid Metric Intelligence Project, or DOMIP, is an interactive online map displaying overdose rates throughout the state.

Gretchen Hanson

Not just a cookbook, but also a chef’s memoir and short stories wrapped around recipes.

That’s how award-winning chef and former owner of Hobos Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach, Gretchen Hanson, describes her new book titled, “When It’s Done: The Making of A Chef.”


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Congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester is paying close attention to negotiations between the House and the Senate on this year’s Farm Bill.


A federal appeals court placed another roadblock in front of President Trump’s efforts to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals policy.

One Delaware organization was among those that filed a brief supporting the policy.

 


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