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Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

As Election Day in November approaches, the University of Delaware’s Center for Disabilities Studies is talking about civic engagement in the disability community.

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The Department of Correction recently graduated a class of new Correctional Employees from training, but hundreds of vacancies remain.



October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. And the Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) is promoting awareness by lighting a Sussex County Bridge pink.


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New Castle County is launching an initiative to make biking and walking trails more practical for commuting.

Sarah Mueller, Delaware Public Media

Jury selection started Monday in the first of several trials connected to the deadly Vaughn prison riot.

Lottery players in the First State and around the nation have a pair of major jackpots to play for this week.

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Imagine a safe place where Wilmington teens could go after school to learn, keep fit, relax and socialize. It may sound like a dream but a collaboration of nonprofit organizations, with a lot of input from the teens themselves, is trying to make it a reality.

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Housing providers in New Castle County learned how to better respect the rights of their tenants and residents this week—  during a fair housing workshop held by the state Division of Human Relations.

Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt was there has more on how the Division fights housing discrimination in the state.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Wilmington City Council has passed an ordinance that aims to limit children’s consumption of sugary beverages.