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Embracing the spirit of its name (The Green in Dover and the New Castle Green), The Green will provide an open-air meeting place for Delawareans to discuss events, consider issues and share ideas. This radio and online magazine will present 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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The University of Delaware Journalism Program’s speaker series – The Front Page Café - returned last month.

Two guests came to the UD Trabant University Center in Newark to discuss the opioid crisis in Delaware, UD professor and researcher Tammy Anderson and News Journal reporter Brittany Horn.


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Some key legislative races could have a serious impact on the look of the General Assembly, including the race for the state Senate seat in District 4.

 

Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt talked to incumbent Republican state senator Greg Lavelle and his challenger, Democrat Laura Sturgeon.

 


We continue our look key legislative race in Tuesday;s general election, turning our focus to the 17th State Senate District in the center of Kent County. It includes Dover, Camden and Wyoming.

Candidates for its State Senate seat are Republican Mayor of Camden Justin King and Democrat Trey Paradee, the  29th House District State Representative.

Delaware Public Media’s Nick Ciolino covered that race. The Democrat Trey Paradee sat down for an interview.  Multiple attempts to schedule time with Republican Justin King failed.


Delaware Public Media's  2018 election coverage includes digging a bit deeper into the races with Delaware Public Media political analysts Republican Tom Kovach and Democrat Darryl Scott.

Kovach is a former North Wilmington State Rep. and New Castle County Council President, who previously ran for U.S. House.  Scott is a former State Rep from the Dover area.

This week – they offer their insights into key legislative races in the First State.


Now that the city of Wilmington has completed a deal to put the upgrade and management of its Baynard Stadium largely in the hands of Salesianum School, St. Elizabeth School is seeking to partner with the city to revitalize Canby Park, with a preliminary plan that includes a stadium that would become the home field for the school’s football team.

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Election Day is now less than two weeks away now and there are a bevy of competitive General Assembly races during this midterm cycle.

One of the key ones is the 12th House District where Delaware Public Media’s Sarah Mueller tells us Democrat Krista Griffith is challenging Republican House Minority Whip Deborah Hudson for her seat.


One of the competitive General Assembly races is for the open  36th House District seat in the Milford area.

Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele reports Democrat Don Allan and Republican Bryan Shupe are vying to fill that vacancy.

 


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