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Single-digit temperatures are expected in Delaware Wednesday evening and First State homeless shelters are preparing to be busier than usual.


The State of Delaware is penalizing MEDAL Air Liquide for air pollution.


Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control found the company’s Newport plant released an excess amount of volatile organic compounds.

Courtesy of the Delaware State Housing Authority

Organizations across the First State are splitting over a million dollars to continue their work to reduce homelessness.


A former Cape Henlopen High School student and her mother are alleging the school failed to take action against a staff member who inappropriately touched the then-student when she was 17 years old.

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In a world with Facebook, Twitter, 24/7 news channels, talk radio, citizen journalism, fake news, real news, audiences are drowning in an overwhelming overload of information.  Clearly a guidepost is needed to identify what is a trustworthy and a reliable source of news and information.

Delaware Humanities, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, has created a podcast– "A Matter of Facts" – to delve into this topic as part of its mission is to engage, educate, and inspire all Delawareans through cultural programming.

This week on The Green, we bring you the latest episode of A Matter of Facts  – featuring a conversation with Dr. Caroline Janney, Director of the John Nau Center for Civil War History at the University of Virginia about removing Confederate monuments across the country.

The City of Wilmington hopes to join a lawsuit seeking to force New Castle County to reassess property tax values countywide for the first time in over three decades.


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The Town of Dewey Beach is in the process of hiring a police consultant.

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A Texas-based third-party administrator for insurance companies has been hacked and it’s affecting people in Delaware.

Courtesy of Adrienne Harmon

Several members of the Nanticoke community in southern Delaware attended the Indigenous Peoples March in Washington D.C. last week.