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Vaughn staff and inmates say advisory council helps communication

Staff at Vaughn Correctional Center say giving inmates a forum to express their views is helping them gain skills they’ll need after they’re released.

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The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is earning additional national recognition.

 

The Ferry recently picked up the 2018 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.


A group of environmental advocates plan to converge on Rodney Square in Wilmington Saturday morning.

They’ll be led by high schoolers.


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A community health fair to raise awareness about resources available to prevent STDs and teen pregnancies is scheduled in Wilmington Saturday.


PJM Powerpoint presentation from April 2015

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has agreed to reconsider the cost allocation of a $278 million utility transmission line running from New Jersey to the First State.


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The unemployment rate in Delaware is lower than the national rate for the first time in almost a year and a half.

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Sen. Tom Carper said he’s worried President Donald Trump’s pick for the current U.S Supreme Court vacancy would prevent the criminal prosecution of a sitting president.


Delawareans can take their shot at another major lottery jackpot Friday night.

No one claimed the top prize in Tuesday night’s MegaMillions drawing, and so that jackpot has swelled to $422 million.

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State health officials say more than half of the overdose deaths in the state this month have occurred in Sussex County.

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Delaware’s State Capitol Building will turn red this weekend.

 

 


The City of Newark has moved forward in its search for its next City Manager.

The first round of interviews for the position was held last week by the City Council. Two candidates are moving forward in the recruitment process.

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