Quantcast
hoyendelaware.com Documento sin título
noticias videos fotos
Noticias Locales
Homeless Tier II Sex Offender Notification
  • Homeless Tier II Sex Offender Notification
    David Rivera, 25, of New Castle, DE 5'6" tall, 185 lbs. Hispanic male, black hair, brown eyes Resume: New Castle, DE – David Rivera is not wanted. This is a homeless sex offender public notification. Rivera is a Tier II sex offender who has registered as homeless in New Castle, DE. If you have information that he is occupying a residence please contact 302-672-5306. Tips may also be submitted through lines maintained by Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333. Tips may also be submitted through the use of your cellular phone by texting keyword “DSP” and then your message to 274637 (....

pixel

  • DCF opens new Kent County office
    DOVER, DE — The Delaware Community Foundation opened a new Kent County office last week on West Loockerman Street in Dover, formalizing work to increase the Foundation’s presence and outreach in central Delaware. With the addition of the Dover office, the DCF now has locations in each Delaware county. The DCF headquarters is in downtown Wilmington, and the Sussex County office is on The Circle in Georgetown. The DCF is opening the new Kent County office in partnership with the CenDel Foundation, a DCF fund that focuses on developing lasting charitable funds to benefit Central Delaware.....
pixel
  • Nanticoke Indian Association: 2014-2016 election results
    The Nanticoke Indian Association, Inc. has announced the results of the 2014-2016 election: Chief: William H. Daisey Assistant Chief: Larry D. Jackson Council: Sabrina Balentine-Evans, Natosha Norwood Carmine, Dr. Bonnie G. Hall, Gilbert “Mike” Harmon, & Herman Jackson. Secretary: Lesley (Wright) Harris Assistant Secretary: Kim Robbins Treasurer: Tyler Wright Field Agent: Dallas “Pete” Wright
pixel
Arthur W. Perdue Foundation Awards $2,500 Grant To Sussex Community Crisis Housing Services In Delaware
  • Arthur W. Perdue Foundation Awards $2,500 Grant To Sussex Community Crisis Housing Services In Delaware
    SALISBURY, MD — Perdue Farms, through a $2,500 grant funded by the Arthur W. Perdue Foundation, is helping Sussex Community Crisis Housing Services (SCCHS) in Georgetown, Del., provide safe and secure transitional housing to homeless individuals and families. Through its Crisis House Homeless Shelter, SCCHS provides the homeless a 30-day stay with three meals per day and access to support services. The transitional housing program also provides housing to single parent families for up to two years. At the shelter, individuals and families learn how to repair credit and obtain marketable s....

pixel

  • Delaware Governor to Receive Top Honors from the Chilean American Chamber of Commerce
    The Chilean and American Chamber of Commerce will present Governor Jack Markell of Delaware with their 16th Annual Friend of Chile Award. Thomas Matromarco of Holt Logistics and Harold Sbrocco of Sbrocco International will be recognized for their “Lifetime Achievement” in promoting commercial trade with Chile during luncheon award ceremonies. The Chamber is proud to honor them on Tuesday, November 19, 2013 at the Park Hyatt Philadelphia at the Bellevue. This annual event is sold out with over 300 high level international business executives. His Excellency Octavio Errazuriz, Chile's Ambas....
pixel
  • Frontiers expands its flights
    On Nov. 6 Frontier Airlines announced it will add nonstop service from Wilmington- New Castle Airport in Wilmington, Del. (ILG) to Atlanta, Ga. (ATL) and Detroit, Mich. (DTW) starting April 29, 2014. To celebrate this new service, fares as low as $49*to Atlanta and $39* to Detroit are available only at FlyFrontier.com until Nov. 16. The addition of these two new cities brings the total number of routes served from the Wilmington/Philadelphia area to seven: Atlanta; Chicago-Midway; Denver; Detroit; Fort Myers; Orlando; and Tampa. At Wilmington-New Castle Airport, Frontier customers can ....
pixel
  • State lawmakers object to Social Security office move
    State Reps. Danny Short, R-Seaford; Ruth Briggs King, R-Georgetown; Ron Gray, R-Selbyville; Tim Dukes, R-Laurel; Harvey Kenton, R-Milford; Bobby Outten, R-Harrington; and Dave Wilson, R-Cedar Creek Hundred have sent a letter to Delaware's congressional delegation protesting the relocation of the office serving Sussex County. The lease is expiring on the agency's current office space and SSA officials have reportedly entered into a long-term contract for new accommodations just west of Lewes. The seven state representatives argue that it makes little sense to relocate the office from it....
pixel
  • Martha & Sen. Carper Praise Milford B&G Club
    The Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club held An Evening of Cocktails and Conversation on Friday, November 15 to kickoff their 2014 Annual Fund Campaign. With sponsors including Dogfish Head, Troops Barbecue and Abbott’s Grill, guests enjoyed local cuisines and libations while listening to live entertainment from Milford performer Jason Beale. Addressing the group for the evening, on the importance of the Boys & Girls Club was former Delaware First Lady Martha Carper and U.S. Senator Tom Carper. A staple in the Milford community for several decades, the Boys & Girls Club will be celebrati....
pixel
  • White House Officials Visit Wetlands Project in Wilmington
    (Wilmington)- The Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, Nancy Sutley and David Agnew, Deputy Assistant to the President and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs visited Wilmington on Nov. 9, to get a firsthand look at a wetlands restoration and mitigation project site that will restore 22-acres of wetlands in the Southbridge neighborhood of South Wilmington. Governor Markell, Delaware Natural Resources and Environmental Control Secretary Collin O’Mara, Wilmington Mayor Dennis Williams, and local legislators, including Hanifa Shabazz, Wilmington City Council, 4th ....
pixel
  • New Castle Job Fair
    Governor Markell spoke at the New Castle County Job Fair on Nov. 4th.- The Governor joined U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, Representative John Carney, and representatives from government agencies, private sector employers, staffing agencies and military recruiters to speak with Delawareans seeking employment. The New Castle County job fair was being organized with the help of Brandywine Counseling and Career Services and featured more than 50 potential employers, as well as several resource agencies to assist attendees with their job search.
pixel
  • Carper, Coons, Carney Congratulate Dr. William McGowan on being named State Director for USDA Rural Development
    WILMINGTON, Del. – Today, Delaware's Congressional Delegation of Sens. Tom Carper and Chris Coons and Congressman John Carney (all D-Del.) congratulate Dr. William McGowan on being named USDA Rural Development State Director for Delaware and Maryland. He replaces Jack Tarburton who retired last year. "The USDA Rural Development State Director position is an important leadership role in Delaware and Bill is the right person for the job," said Sen. Carper. "His vast experience at the University of Delaware's Cooperative Extension as an agent and working in rural areas of Delaware since the ....
pixel
  • Michael N. Castle Trail opens at the C&D Canal
    (For more information, please visit http://www.trails.delaware.gov) St. Georges, DE – Former Delaware Governor and United States Congressman Michael Castle was the honored guest today as Governor Jack A. Markell joined U.S. Senator Chris Coons, U.S. Congressman John Carney, Deputy Secretary Nicole Majeski, Department of Transportation (DelDOT), and Secretary Collin O’Mara, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) in cutting the ribbon on the new Michael N. Castle Trail on the north bank of the C&D Canal. The approximately $6 million Michael N. Castle Trail, wh....
pixel
  • Delaware to distribute Potassium Iodide (KI) tablets
    (Smyrna) – The Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) and Delaware Division of Public Health will distribute potassium iodide (KI) tablets to Delaware residents living within a ten mile radius of the Salem/Hope Creek Nuclear Generating Stations. The free tablets will be distributed on Thursday, October 24, 2013, between noon and 7:00PM at the Townsend Fire Station. The station is located 107 Main Street in Townsend. Delaware residents living within the affected ten mile radius, called the Emergency Planning Zone (EPZ), have received notification of the distribution via U.S. Mail. ....
pixel
  • Governor Announces Delaware’s Outstanding Volunteers
    NEW CASTLE (Oct. 3, 2013) – Twenty-five individuals, groups, and corporate groups will be honored at the 2013 Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Awards on Oct. 22 at Dover Downs. These exceptional Delawareans participate in such diverse activities as advocating for causes important to them, educating others about the state’s history, and raising thousands of dollars for community organizations. “Carla and I strongly believe serving others binds us together as individuals and strengthens our connection to the larger community,” Gov. Markell said. “This year’s Volunteer Award recipients are j....
pixel
  • A Woman of Substance
    Nelly Jordan is a Chilean-born proud American citizen. “I think many of us who’ve lived in other countries appreciate the American system with a passion,” she said. “We see the United States with what I call ‘a third eye’ and understand how fragile freedom is.” In April, Nelly was elected vice chair of the Delaware State Republican party. In June, after John Sigler resigned as chairman, Nelly filled in until the party elected the new chairman Charlie Copeland. “I learned a lot in two months,” she said, but she lost a little time in pursuing her main objective: bringing more people int....
pixel
<- Anterior Más ->
Noticias por fecha


Abril 2014
D L M M J V S
    1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30