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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.

 

 


Sarah Mueller

Delaware seeks to reduce its high rates of incarceration and recidivism by revamping its re-entry procedures.


Courtesy of the City of Wilmington

Wilmington City officials dedicated a state historical marker Tuesday for the Bell Funeral Home on the city’s East Side.


Sussex County Council approved its new Comprehensive Plan Tuesday.

 


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State Auditor elect Kathy McGuiness is getting a jump on her transition into office.

Deputy Auditor James Spadola says he is stepping down effective Wednesday and retiring State Auditor Tom Wagner is naming McGuiness to replace him for the remainder of Wagner’s time in office.

Photo taken by Carey Cahill Murray

Sussex County carolers and other groups donated thousands of food items for local families in need this week.

 

A three-year study on Christmas tree sales in the First State is wrapping up at the end of this holiday season.


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.  

 


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