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Medical marijuana dispensary opens near Lewes

Downstate medical marijuana patients now have a dispensary closer to home.

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This week on "The Green"

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Handful of Wilmington charter schools make downtown location work

The anticipated blossoming of charter schools near Wilmington’s Rodney Square hasn’t worked out quite as envisioned, but four city charters say they’re thriving as they deepen their downtown roots.

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Gary Cooke

Eleven pairs of piping plovers have been reported at Cape Henlopen State Park and Fowler Beach - a record for the First State.


Doug Baker / UD Photo Services

The University of Delaware has settled on a new men’s lacrosse coach.


UD is turning to Harvard associate head coach Ben DeLuca to guide its men’s lacrosse program.



City of Rehoboth Beach

Delaware has given Rehoboth Beach final approval for a project to empty its treated wastewater into the Atlantic Ocean.



Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media

Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki unveiled what he calls a neighborhood stabilization plan for West Center City Thursday.

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The state representative pushing a bill to allow local school boards to raise taxes without a referendum says it’s part of his plan to ensure education is properly funded into the future.

Delaware State Police

A helicopter crash near the New Castle County Airport shortly before noon Thursday left one person dead.

Coutesy Biggs Museum of American Art

About 40 artists who are Delaware By Hand members at the Biggs Museum in Dover are taking their work down Route 1 to Zwaanendael Park in Lewes over the Memorial Day Weekend.

Courtesy of National Aquarium

‘Phil’ the harbor seal is continuing his recovery at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, aquarium staff says.



Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media

New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer signed an executive order at the Bear Public Library Wednesday addressing undocumented residents in the county.

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New Castle County’s $284 million budget for 2018 was approved Tuesday night.