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Delaware’s Forest Service (DFS) has published the newest edition of its popular “Big Trees of Delaware.”

 

 


Delaware State Fair

The 100th annual Delaware State Fair kicked off Thursday. For its centennial year the fair has a few new attractions.


DNREC Secretary Sean Garvin
DNREC

The state of Delaware has made some upgrades to a historic site in Cape Henlopen State Park.

The First State is joining an effort to promote safe boating this holiday weekend.

Rachel Sawicki / Delaware Public Media

The University of Delaware and Delaware State Universty will continue to face-off on the gridiron over the next decade – with a twist.

Camp Rehoboth

Connecting with health resources is an issue many face in Sussex County— including LGBTQ seniors. 

 


Freshwater Plate (Submitted Photo)

Delaware motorists can now display their passion and support for sport fishing in the First State.

Flooding along Union Street in front of the Milton Theatre in Milton, Del. after the March 1962 nor’easter. Disaster preparedness for historic properties will be explored as part of the historic preservation symposium on June 26, 2019. (Submitted Photo)

 

A variety of issues that impact the future of historic buildings will be discussed in Dover next week.

 

The Delaware Historic Preservation Office hosts a historic preservation symposium at the Delaware Public Archives.

 

 

Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media

If you’re travelling near the Dover International Speedway this weekend— expect some extra traffic.

The Firefly Music Festival is Friday through Sunday. Officials predict traffic will be worst Thursday and Friday, when campers are loading in at the Speedway.

 


Firefly Music Festival

The Firefly Festival is back in Dover this week for its 8th year. The festival is a day shorter, just three days instead of four, but is expanding its footprint with three new stages and new amenities.

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