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The Green

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Embracing the spirit of its name (The Green in Dover and the New Castle Green), The Green provides an open-air meeting place for Delawareans to discuss events, consider issues and share ideas. This radio and online magazine presents the highest quality Delaware news and information. Through informed reporting, nuanced storytelling and in-depth interviews, The Green reaches past stereotypes and knee-jerk reactions to encourage a fuller, more robust discovery of Delaware, today.

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Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Several houses have been demolished on Newark’s New London Road to make way for new townhouses marketed toward University of Delaware students. 

People who lived in the area decades ago say this project is just the latest example of redevelopment that has irreparably changed what was once a tight-knit African American community there. 

 


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Charter schools were in the headlines a fair amount over just completed school year - and those headlines certainly offered a mixed bag of news.

Contributor Larry Nagengast takes a closer look the current state of charters in the First State.


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Charter schools are finding a new place to take root in Delaware – in the fertile fields of Sussex County.


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The Delaware Art Museum in Wilmington hosts a full-day writers conference later this month.

 

 


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Nemours A.I. duPont Hospital for Children recently launched its Global Outreach Program.

It allows Nemours associates to apply for grants to have Nemours fund mission style medical care for children anywhere in the world.

In this week’s Enlighten Me, Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino sits down with the program’s director, as well as two people taking advantage of the opportunity - a Nephrologist who just got back from providing care in Peru and an ER Nurse preparing to work at a mobile medical clinic in the mountains of Mexico.

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First came the stern warnings, then the humble promise and, finally, the recommended terms of probation for the conflict-plagued leadership of the 1,800-student Odyssey Charter School.


via RASCL website

Coastal communities struggling to manage sea-level rise and increased flooding along with surging development are getting support from a network of state agencies, nonprofits and academic experts dedicated to building resiliency.


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The music of the islands is coming to the Delaware Art Museum.

 

The Delaware Art Museum launches a new series next month that presents dance, music and artists with deep connections to Caribbean culture.

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