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A bill released from a state Senate committee Wednesday would make underage drinking a civil offense.


Longtime City Councilman Jerry Clifton will be Newark’s next mayor.

Clifton won a four-way race for the office Tuesday by a wide margin.

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Agents of multiple Limited Liability Companies may soon be limited to just one vote in the city of Newark.


Courtesy of Lang Development Group

Plans for a seven-story hotel on Newark’s Main Street are moving forward. The development will demolish part of a building on the National Register of Historic Places.

 


The deadline to file as a candidate for mayor of Newark was Monday.

There are now five candidates running to replace Newark's current mayor, Polly Sierer, who announced last month she would not seek a third term.

Previously on the Green, we interviewed one of the candidates - 21 year old UD student Kasai Guthrie.

This week,  Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt talks with two more: Catherine Ciferni and Jerry Clifton.


Linda Watson, courtesy of Kasai Guthrie

A 21-year-old is running for mayor of Newark.

In this week’s Enlighten Me, Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt talks with University of Delaware undergraduate student and mayoral candidate, Kasai Guthrie.

 

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.

 


Delaware Transit Corporation

The four transit providers in Newark are working together to study how to make their systems more effective.

 


Courtesy of WILAMPCO

The four transit providers in Newark are working together to study how to make their systems more effective.

 


As the calendar turns to October and we move deeper into fall, it’s a reminder Thanksgiving is right around the corner. And it’s a crucial time of year for the Food Bank of Delaware.

 


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