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Odyssey Charter School is now on probation and must comply with multiple conditions to keep its charter.


Delaware State Fair

The 100th annual Delaware State Fair kicked off Thursday. For its centennial year the fair has a few new attractions.


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Delaware’s Department of Safety and Homeland Security has contracted  a Massachusetts company - Rave Mobile Safety - to bring its safety app to First State schools.

 


ILC Dover recalls its role in moon landing

Jul 18, 2019
Rachel Sawicki / Delaware Public Media

The First State company that helped put the first man on the moon is joining the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. 

 

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

A program that gives Delawareans the chance to “work a day” and earn wages in a public works job is expanding statewide. 

 


Sarah Mueller / Delaware Public Media

It’s now illegal for people under the age of 21 to buy tobacco products in the First State.


Sarah Mueller

Restaurants throughout the state will start offering kids healthier beverages.


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The Delaware City Refining Company will pay DNREC administrative penalties totaling $950,000 to resolve a litany of air quality violations spanning from the refinery’s restart in 2010 up to last October.

 


Lt. Steven Flood (Submitted Photo)

The town of Dagsboro is getting a new police chief.

 


Ron Whittington as Wm "Judy" Johnson (Submitted Photo)

A living-history interpreter from the Delaware Humanities Forum Speakers’ Bureau is reprising his role as a Hall-of Fame baseball player Saturday.

 


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