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.

Ways to Connect

Delaware secured a one-year partnership with the Pew Charitable Trusts last summer to develop strategies on how to deal with the state’s escalating opioid crisis.

Earlier this week, Pew offered a list of wide-ranging recommendations including measures to expand Delaware’s substance abuse workforce and make medication assisted treatment with buprenorphine and methadone more accessible.

Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino spoke with Lt. Gov. Bethany Hall-Long , chair of the Behavioral Health Consortium, about the Pew recommendations.


Courtesy of Mountaire Farms

Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources says between 750,000 and 1 million gallons of partially treated wastewater was spilled at Mountaire’s chicken processing facility in Millsboro Wednesday morning and contained onsite.


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State health officials will hand out free Narcan at this year’s atTAcK Addiction 5k.


Nicholas Ciolino

After about eight months of assessment, the Pew Charitable Trusts is making recommendations to Delaware’s Behavioral Health Consortium on how to further combat the opioid crisis.


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The Kalmar Nyckel will sail past Sussex County for the second year in a row.


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Three more people have died from the flu in Delaware.

 

All three were from Kent County, were over the age of 50 and had underlying health issues.

Nicholas Ciolino

The First State’s watchmaking school for disabled veterans is getting a boost.

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Delaware’s gourd launching competition is back.

 

Punkin Chunkin announced on its website and in a Facebook post it plans to bring the event back to the First State this year after a two year hiatus.

Traffic safety advocates are praising the City of Wilmington’s move to add red light cameras at some of its more dangerous intersections.


Sussex County’s Nanticoke Health Services had planned to completely overhaul the way it gets paid for providing health care, but the cost-saving measure was recently denied by the federal government.


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