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Delaware Public Media's coverage of the latest news from across the First State.

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A storm is expected to bring a mix of snow and rain this weekend before hitting the first state with a blast of cold.


DNREC/Division of Parks & Recreation

Delaware’s Parks and Recreation Council voted Thursday to raise surf fishing permit fees and limit the number of permits issued each year.

Courtesy of Polly for Newark

Newark Mayor Polly Sierer emailed City Council members Friday morning that she had decided not to seek a third term as mayor.

 


Courtesy of Delaware Women March - photographer unknown

Delawareans will march to celebrate women’s empowerment in Newark on Saturday.

 


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Gov. John Carney delivers his annual State of State address Thursday before a joint session of the General Assembly, offering his agenda for 2019.

You can watch the speech live in its entirety below - and tune in to All Things Considered Thursday and Morning Edition Friday to full coverage and reaction.

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Delaware State Police (DSP) is encouraging First State residents to “say something” if they “see something.”

 

 


James Morrison, Delaware Public Media

The second trial of inmates allegedly involved in the February 2017 riot at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center began with opening statements Monday.

 


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Some schools in the First State are being affected Monday by the the winter storm that rolled through Delaware over the weekend.

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Delaware’s Department of Transportation (DelDOT) hosts an open house for Project SEARCH this week.

 


The First State can expect its first significant snowfall of the year this weekend.

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