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Legislation that would have prevented a Minquadale-area landfill from expanding failed to pass the General Assembly last month, but some are still speaking out against the proposed expansion.


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A program that gives Delawareans the chance to “work a day” and earn wages in a public works job is expanding statewide. 

 


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The town of Dagsboro is getting a new police chief.

 


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Temperatures are expected to soar this week, and AAA Mid-Atlantic is reminding drivers of heat-related dangers.

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The National Weather Service is predicting dangerously hot weather in Delaware this week.


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Newark residents voiced concerns Sunday about another hotel proposed for Main Street. 


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A specialized savings accounts that protects the benefits of individuals with disabilities is now a year old. And the state treasurer wants more people to know about it.

 

 


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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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