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The City of Wilmington continues to support residents hit by the catastrophic flooding brought by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. It's now offering financial assistance for homeowners to help with certain repairs.

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The City of Wilmington continues to support residents hit by the catastrophic flooding brought by the remnants of Hurricane Ida. It’s now offering financial support for homeowners to help with certain repairs. 


Wilmington’s Hagley Museum and Library has reopened after cleaning up flood damage caused by the remnants of Hurricane Ida earlier this month.

Courtesy of Sidney Kellam's family

State officials said Sept. 10 they were helping close to 40 Wilmington households with temporary housing after they were displaced in the historic flooding of the Brandywine Creek caused by remnants of Hurricane Ida. Others lost cars and furniture, or sustained damage to their homes. 

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The state and City of Wilmington announced additional resources Wednesday for people affected by last week’s record flooding from the remnants of Hurricane Ida.

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A recovery center Tuesday in Northeast Wilmington aimed to help those affected by last week’s catastrophic flooding. Some residents left unhappy.


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Some Wilmingtonians displaced by flooding from Ida are unhappy with the City and state’s handling of the emergency. 

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The temporary shelter at the Police Athletic League in Wilmington for residents displaced by Thursday's flood closes 8 p.m. Friday, according to the Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA). The City of Wilmington is reopening the William “Hicks” Anderson Community Center Emergency Shelter on North Madison Street at 9:30 p.m. Friday for those unable to arrange temporary housing.

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Portions of Wilmington get hammered by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.

Wednesday’s storm pushed the Brandywine Creek over its banks throughout the city, forcing the evacuation of about 200 people from their homes.


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Parts of northern Delaware saw significant flooding Thursday as a result of the remnants of Hurricane Ida that doused the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. 

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After hammering Louisiana, Ida will make its presence felt in the First State.

While Delaware won’t get hit hard like Louisiana did, it can still be a dangerous storm here.

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Delmarva Power and Atlantic City Electric are sending crews to Louisiana to help restore power following Hurricane Ida.