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The Department of Health and Social Services’ (DHSS), Adopt-A-Family Holiday program comes to a close this week.



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PBF Energy and its partner The Linde Group recently broke ground on a hydrogen plant at the Delaware City Refinery. The plant will help the refinery convert more crude oil products into higher quality fuels.  



Environmental groups are decrying the Trump administration’s decision allowing seismic testing off the First State’s coast.

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The Beau Biden Foundation is partnering with Special Olympics International to start an initiative to protect people with intellectual disabilities from physical and sexual abuse.

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) is surveying First State farmers this month.



The Delaware Department of Natural Resources is finalizing new regulations dealing with the outdoor removal of lead paint.


The Brandywine Valley SPCA is set to take in dogs from a pair of overcrowded shelters this weekend.


The BVSPCA will welcome 165 small dogs airlifted from Arizona Saturday. 100 puppies from Mississippi will land at a Sussex County airport Sunday.

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A open seat on Wilmington City Council is staying in the family.


An ad hoc committee comprised of five council members is tapping Albert Mills to represent CityCouncil District 1.  He replaces his twin brother Nnamdi Chukwoucha, who was elected to the State House of Representatives earlier this year.

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Sen. Chris Coons held a roundtable in Wilmington Friday focused on a criminal justice reform bill that could see a vote in the Senate.

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It could take as long as 10 years for significant changes to take hold, but the start of a major revitalization effort is bringing new hope to the Riverside community in northeast Wilmington.