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  • Marshall unveils 4 policy initiatives
    Sen. Robert I. Marshall on Wednesday offered a four-pronged package aimed at reducing violence in Wilmington and around the state. During a press conference at the now-shuttered Jackson Street Boys and Girls Club, Marshall, D-Wilmington West, said the crime issues facing Wilmington are multi-faceted and, because of that, a range of responses are needed. “There are too many guns on our streets, violent offenders facing multiple charges who are roaming our streets on bail, a lack of safe havens to keep youngsters off the street and provide them opportunities to grow and there is the cont....
SODEL's Ronnie Burkle Joins Delaware Botanic Gardens Advisory Council
  • SODEL's Ronnie Burkle Joins Delaware Botanic Gardens Advisory Council
    Renowned chef and SODEL Corporate Chef, Ronnie Burkle has accepted the invitation to be a member of the Delaware Botanic Gardens (DBG) Advisory Council. The Advisory Council is a group of distinguished public and private sector leaders who are assisting in the creation of the Delaware Botanic Gardens. The Advisory Council is chaired by Delaware's First Lady, Carla Markell. "Shortly before his tragic death, Matt Haley had accepted our invitation to join the Delaware Botanic Gardens Advisory Council. As a vivid demonstration of how Matt's successors are keeping Matt's spirit aliv....


  • Cecil Transit’s new bus service provides connections to DART bus routes in Newark and Glasgow
    Cecil Transit announced the introduction of their new bus service, Elkton-Newark Connection Route #4, linking individuals from Elkton, Maryland to Newark and Glasgow, Delaware. This service is similar to the previously operated DART Route 65, and is the result of a partnership between Cecil County Government, Delaware Transit Corporation and Maryland Transit Administration. The new service, reconfigured as a circular route will be operated by Cecil Transit. Service begins on Tuesday, January 20, 2015, running 8 loops per weekday from approximately 6:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. One-way fares....
  • Thirteen flu fatalities in Delaware
    Dover (January 15, 2015) - The number of Delaware flu fatalities for this flu season has climbed to 13 with two new deaths this week and a total of 1526 lab-confirmed cases to date. All but one of the deceased is over age 70 (the other fatality was 53-years-old) and all 13 had underlying conditions. The Division of Public Health (DPH) is urging seniors and their caretakers to be particularly cautious this flu season. “Our thoughts and prayers are with those who have lost loved ones this flu season. The number of deaths is unprecedented compared to recent years. We are extremely concern....
  • Route 9 Innovation District Launch Draws a Packed Crowd to Rose Hill Community Center
    NEW CASTLE, Del. – Governor Jack Markell and New Castle County Executive Thomas P. Gordon led the Route 9 Innovation District Launch held Wednesday morning before a packed crowd of 250 people gathered in the Rose Hill Community Center gymnasium. The launch officially began the County’s initiative to revitalize the Route 9 Corridor with a state-of-the-art Innovation Center/Library serving as the anchor. The library would have not just books but also a heavy presence of state-of-the-art technology and hardware to aid both students and members of the community with academic research, job sea....
  • Delaware Personal Income Tax season begins January 23rd
    Statewide, DE – Division of Revenue Director Patrick T. Carter announced today that the Delaware tax season will begin Friday, January 23, 2015. Citizens are encouraged to file their 2014 State of Delaware Personal Income Taxes online at www.delaware.gov. This year’s filing deadline is April 30, 2015. As always, Delaware urges taxpayers to electronically file (e-file) their returns. E-filing offers many advantages. Refunds from e-filed returns are issued on average between 1-2 weeks, while refunds from paper-filed returns average 3-4 weeks. Last year, the average time to issue a refund fo....
  • Georgetown Man Charged in Middleford Robbery
    Seaford, DE – Troopers have arrested a 26 year old Georgetown man after he committed a robbery of a patron in the Middleford Deli parking lot. The incident occurred at approximately 10:55 a.m. Monday January 12, 2015 when a 61 year old male victim had just exited the Middleford Deli located at 10056 Middleford Road after making a purchase. As the victim entered his vehicle and closed the door, a black male subject approached and opened the door, immediately placing an unknown type of handgun to his neck. The suspect demanded money from the victim who turned over an undisclosed amount o....
  • Fernando Guerrero Donates Books and Clothing to Head Start Children
    Fernando Guerrero, through his foundation, generously donated books and clothing for children in SHORE UP! Inc.'s Head Start Program on January 8. He visited the Head Start facilities in Salisbury and spoke to and interacted with children ranging in age from infants to 5 years old. The Head Start/Early Head Start Program serves over 1,100 children and their families on Maryland's Eastern Shore, in Dorchester, Kent, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester counties.
  • DART’s service change effective Sunday, January 18, including statewide fare increase
    John Sisson, Chief Executive Officer of Delaware Transit Corporation, announced that DART’s service change, as well as the statewide fare increase goes into effect Sunday, January 18, 2015. The service change includes minor time changes to New Castle County fixed route bus routes, in addition to the following changes: Route 5 – will turn from Orange St. to 9th St. serving the bus stop on 9th St. at Market St., two blocks from Rodney Square. Eight one-way trips will be added to afternoon bus service to increase frequencies from 30 minutes to every 20 minutes. Route 6 – Twenty-two one....
  • Senators Carper, Coons announce students selected for Senate Youth Program
    WILMINGTON, Del. – U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons (both D-Del.) today announced that two students, Paige Morrison of Newark (Newark HS) and Mara Tazartus of Hockessin (Charter School of Wilmington), have been selected as delegates to the 53rd annual United States Senate Youth Program. The program will be held March 7-14 in Washington, D.C. Students were nominated by their teachers and principals and designated by Mark Murphy, Delaware’s Secretary of Education. Chosen as alternates to the 2015 program were Andrew Morrison, a resident of Smyrna, who attends Smyrna High School and ....
  • Troopers Arrest Georgetown Woman for 6th Offense DUI
    Georgetown, DE- The Delaware State Police have arrested a Georgetown woman after she was found to be operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol for the 6th time. The incident occurred at approximately 9:30 p.m. Thursday January 8, 2015 as a trooper parked stationary in the parking lot of the Delaware State Police Federal Credit Union observed a red Chevrolet Trailblazer completely stopped facing northbound on Donovans Road north of North Bedford Street. The trooper observed the vehicle accelerate rapidly causing the tires to spin before a traffic stop was initiated on the ....
  • Girl Scouts cookies return to Delmarva
    Beginning Saturday, January 10, 2015, thousands of local Girl Scouts will knock on doors and contact customers via digital marketing. Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay will offer eight cookie varieties, including two new varieties, Rah-Rah Raisin made with whole grain oats, raisins and Greek yogurt chunks, and Toffee-tastic gluten-free cookies with toffee bits and a rich, buttery cookies taste. Toffee-tastic will be available in limited amounts. Returning cookies are perennial favorite Thin Mints, Samoas, Do-si-dos, Tagalongs, Trefoils and Savannah Smiles. Digital Cookie follows Girl S....
  • Sussex County carolers, groups collect nearly 31,000 food items for those in need
    Georgetown, Del., Dec. 8, 2014: Hearts full of joy are helping to fill pantries full with food this holiday season. Despite a dreary winter’s evening, carolers gathered inside the warm, dry confines of the Georgetown fire hall for a festive, if a bit smaller, 31st annual Caroling on The Circle event Monday night, Dec. 8. There, they sang traditional and Spanish carols and, along the way, helped collect some 31,000 canned goods and non-perishable items for local food banks. “Even on a raw, rainy night, the community once again has come together to show its holiday spirit and tremendous ....
  • Nota de color de la comunidad hispana en Seaford
    A pesar del frío, numerosos participates y público se dieron cita en las calles del centro de Seaford para celebrar el tradicional desfile navideño. Como en años anteriores, la comunidad hispana se hizo presente con trajes típicos y cantando villancicos en español. Debido a las inclemencias del tiempo, el evento tuvo lugar el domingo 7 de diciembre en vez del sábado. Reportaje gráfico: http://www.shutterfly.com/pro/HOYenDE/Events/2014SeafordChristmasParade
  • Sen. Carper encouraged shoppers to buy local last Saturday
    MILFORD, Del. – On Saturday, Nov. 29, U.S. Sen. Tom Carper (D-Del.) toured small businesses in Milford to promote the fifth annual Small Business Saturday. Along with Small Business Administration Delaware Director John Fleming and Milford Mayor Bryan Shupe, Sen. Carper made stops at Gallery 37, Sugar Bees and Irish Eyes to meet with the owners and do some shopping. “Small businesses are the backbone of our economy. They are job creators and innovators,” said U.S. Sen. Tom Carper. “Milford has a great energy going on in its downtown area, and it was great to talk to the owners and some of....
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