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Legislation that would raise Delaware’s minimum wage to $15 an hour made it out of a Senate committee Wednesday.


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Special Olympics Delaware hosts its 49th Annual Summer Games at the University of Delaware’s Athletic Complex this week.


Sarah Mueller

Delaware is the first state in the U.S. to levy a fee on drug manufacturers for the opioids dispensed in the state.

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City officials, representatives from Chemours and a local musician raised the rainbow pride flag over Rodney Square Wednesday.

 


There will be no more trials connected to the deadly 2017 Vaughn prison uprising.

 

The Delaware Department of Justice is dropping the remaining charges pending against inmates allegedly involved in the February 2017 riot at the Smyrna facility that resulted in the death of correctional officer Lt. Steven Floyd.

 


 

A new tool to help small businesses in Sussex County grow is now available.


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Legislation leaving more sentencing decisions to judges is heading to the Delaware Senate.


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The Wilmington Police Department says it is ready to get a body camera program off the ground  — after it finds funding.


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Residents in Dover will likely see a hike in their property taxes starting next month.

Dover City Manager Donna Mitchell’s proposed FY 2020 budget would raise property taxes by 8.6%—about $60 more per year for the average homeowner—boosting the city’s operating budget to $130,854,300.

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The New Castle-area chemical plant where a toxic gas leak occurred last year now faces fines from the federal agency.

 


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