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Delaware’s Division of Child Support Services (DCSS) needs updated mailing addresses for all child support recipients.


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The Food Bank of Delaware has a brand new refrigerated truck - courtesy of a “Drive Out Hunger” truck challenge grant.



Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Despite an upcoming loss of beds for the chronically homeless in Wilmington, a state homelessness expert says the number of emergency shelter beds remains relatively unchanged. 


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The new “community green space” at 7th and West Streets arose from nine remediated vacant lots. The park features a membership-based community garden with eleven raised beds and a space for concerts and other programming.

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Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The City of Wilmington issued new grant funds to the Wilmington Housing Partnership to allow work to resume on four affordable townhouses on Vandever Ave. The basis for the move is a repayment plan for a debt the administration considers uncollectable. 


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

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The family of Amy Joyner-Francis has resolved their lawsuit against the New Castle County Vocational Technical School District.

As a New Castle County plan to limit development on septic systems faces pushback, a council member is advocating a different approach.


A dog park in Millsboro is now one step closer to reality and is expected to open by the end of the year: