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The Kent County Library will undergo an extensive technology upgrade starting next week.


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Sussex County carolers and other groups donated thousands of food items for local families in need this week.

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The U.S. Supreme Court agreed to review a lower court’s decision that Delaware’s judicial balance requirement violates the federal constitution.

 


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Regional planners updated the public last week on efforts to shape the future of the Route 202 corridor.

 


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Several formerly stalled Wilmington Housing Partnership projects on the city’s East Side may move forward in the hands of Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County.


DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation is giving residents additional time to weigh in on a proposed deal with an offshore wind company.

 

Some residents on Wilmington’s West Side have brighter neighborhoods thanks to a pilot program aimed at increasing residential security and public safety.


The City of Dover is moving closer to naming its next new police chief.

 

Dover's Police Chief five-member Selection Committee began interviewing six finalists this week.

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A controversial New Castle County landfill is settling with the County after suing over landfill limits put in place this summer.

 


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