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Sister Helen Prejean (Submitted Photo)

OperaDelaware marks its 74th season this year, and that celebration includes the 2019 Opera Festival, which kicks off this weekend at The Grand in Wilmington.

 

 


Nicholas Ciolino

Some Delaware primary care practices are taking on more contracts that pay for positive patient outcomes rather than for the number of tests and services.


Delaware State Treasurer Colleen Davis

The Delaware Treasurer’s Office is introducing a new tool to help people manage their money.


Courtesy of the CDC

The CDC has confirmed that an insect that bit a child’s face in Kent County last July was a “kissing bug.”

Sarah Mueller

Former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers gave his views on the state of the U.S. economy at the University of Delaware Tuesday night.


Nicholas Ciolino

The town of Little Creek is getting some new development. The state has finished adding a new fishing and boating area off Route 9 and a private investor has plans for across the street.

Delaware Public Media

For the second time this year, voters in the Woodbridge School District will head to the polls to vote on a tax referendum.


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Delaware’s lone Congresswoman has introduced criminal justice reform legislation that could help give some with criminal records a second chance.

 


Gov. John Carney cautions lawmakers to exercise fiscal restraint after Delaware’s revenue estimates climbed again Monday.


Migrating shorebirds are currently making their way to Delaware. And the Delaware Ornithological Society is looking for people to help track them during its annual Bird-A-Thon.

 

 


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