Delaware Public Media

Nick Ciolino

Afternoon Anchor/Reporter

Nick Ciolino has lived in and around Detroit, Michigan for most of his life.

He graduated from Wayne State University with an English degree, and interned as a reporter at WDET, Detroit’s NPR affiliate station.

Nick has worked in the city as a truck driver delivering cupcakes, a tire tech in an auto shop and a beer vender at Comerica Park.

In 2014, he began spending his summers in Alaska working as a commercial fisherman, and later as a reporter at KDLG in Dillingham, covering the wild Alaskan salmon run. It is from there he came to Delaware to host All Things Considered.

When he isn’t behind the mic or on assignment, Nick is probably picking a guitar or banjo and singing a tune.

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A new state program means to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Delaware by encouraging the use of refrigerants it says are less harmful to the environment.

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More private drinking wells near the Dover Air Force Base are suspected of having elevated levels of PFAS chemicals. 


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State officials are looking into adding a state-sponsored retirement savings plan in Delaware.


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A Department of Defense (DOD) report on the size and scope of military hospitals calls for the 436th Medical Group to adjust how it operates.


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New Castle County is getting into the real estate game.

A home from the county’s Vacant Spaces to Livable Places initiative was put on the market Friday.

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Delaware’s senior senator is pushing back against a Trump administration proposal to roll back a more than 100-year-old law protecting birds.


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Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) decided to put tighter restrictions on recreational striped bass fishing than commercial this season. 

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Mountaire Farms got the go-ahead to spray its wastewater on more land in Sussex County. 


DuPont announced some leadership changes Tuesday.

    

The company's Board of Directors is bringing back a former CEO.

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Gov. John Carney signed a proclamation Monday formally recognizing February as Black History Month in the First State. 


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