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New Castle County kicked off its 2020 census efforts Wednesday with a job fair at the Rt. 9 Library.


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A $3.65 million dollar paving project got underway this week in Sussex County.


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New Castle County government is seeing results from its increased effort to collect delinquent taxes and fees.


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Girls Incorporated of Delaware is statewide non-profit organization whose mission is to “inspire girls to be strong, smart and bold.”

And Girls Inc Board President Jessica Scarane says the group is honoring three women leaders who reflect that mission at its 30th Annual Strong, Smart, and Bold luncheon next week.

The honorees are State Rep. Krista Griffth, Chandra Pitts, the founder of One Village Alliance, which helps children in underserved communities and LGBTQ activist and author Sarah McBride.

Delaware Public Media’s Sarah Mueller spoke to Scarane about Girls Inc programs and the March 15 luncheon.

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AAA Mid-Atlantic is encouraging Delaware drivers to get enough sleep this weekend with the change to Daylight Saving Time.

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State and city officials unveiled a multi-million-dollar plan to renovate Rodney Square in Wilmington Thursday.


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A group of girls met this week to go orienteering in a church basement.

The 11- and 12-year-olds are part of Troop 1923, the first Scouts BSA troop for girls to officially form in Delaware.


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The Delaware Department of Correction has new leadership. Shane Troxler is being tapped to serve as Chief of the Bureau of Prisons.

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DART presented proposed bus route and stop changes to the public in Wilmington Tuesday.