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Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

A Council committee of the whole interviewed seven candidates for the seat Friday. They recommended Linda Gray advance to a full vote by Council.

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Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The New Castle County Police Department has released a new app to communicate with residents.

 


City of Seaford submitted photo/Chief Robert Kracyla

The City of Seaford is looking for a new police chief.  

 


Courtesy of the Chester County District Attorney's Office

During a drug bust at a home in South Coatesville, Pennsylvania, law enforcement officials found an alligator living in a kitchen. That alligator now lives at the Brandywine Zoo.

 


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The state is taking steps to shorten the “SNAP gap” some residents could experience as a result of the recent government shutdown.

 


A Delaware Memorial Bridge toll hike appears back on track.

Gov. John Carney and New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy reached an agreement allowing the $1 toll increase to go forward later this spring.

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The second trial of inmates allegedly involved in the Vaughn prison riot has been turned over to the jury.

 


Delaware Public Media

A second blast of winter weather in as many days si expected to make a mess of the morning commute again in the northern part of the First State Tuesday.

And that means another morning of adjusted school schedules.

Delaware is trying to remind people about its free carpool program this month.


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