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Each Fall, Delaware’s Department of Transportation (DelDOT) holds an “Imagine A Litter Free Delaware Day” cleanup. This year’s cleanup is this weekend.


Courtesy of the Siegel JCC

A week and half after the deadly shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, New Castle County police responded to a report of a suspicious package at the Siegel JCC in North Wilmington.

Photo courtesy of Karen Bowers Falk - Rehoboth Beach Main Street

The bridge over a major thoroughfare in Rehoboth Beach will be closed for three weeks starting this week.


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Now that the city of Wilmington has completed a deal to put the upgrade and management of its Baynard Stadium largely in the hands of Salesianum School, St. Elizabeth School is seeking to partner with the city to revitalize Canby Park, with a preliminary plan that includes a stadium that would become the home field for the school’s football team.

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The results are in from the latest Checkpoint StrikeForce mobilization. And

officials say it was very successful.

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New Castle County has secured over $400,000 in back taxes from a delinquent landlord with multiple properties in Claymont.


Courtesy of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington

The Delaware Department of Justice confirms  it is conducting an investigation of potential criminal conduct by clergy or other personnel within the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington.

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The jury heard more testimony from inmate Royal Downs Wednesday during the trial of three inmates allegedly involved in last year’s riot at Vaughn Correctional Center.



Sussex County nonprofit The Way Home is receiving a federal grant to reduce recidivism in the First State.