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Former Cape May-Lewes Ferry vessel to become part of artificial reef

A retired Cape May-Lewes Ferry vessel will be sunk 26 miles off the Delaware Coast as the latest addition to an artificial reef.

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Design Lab charter modified; founder leaves leadership post

Cristina Alvarez could hardly be blamed for feeling rather like a mother who has given birth, only to be told that she’s not fit to raise her newborn child.

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Some Delaware farmers would like to see revised regulations in the agriculture industry, and they’re hoping the new U.S. Agriculture Secretary will hear their comments and concerns.

After being confirmed in April, Sec. Sonny Perdue was invited by Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons and Congresswoman Lisa Blunt-Rochester to visit the First State.

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Beebe Healthcare's Rehoboth campus has deployed new technology to more thoroughly scan cancer patients.

 

 


 

The crack of the bat, the cheer of the crowd and, yes, plenty of peanuts and Cracker Jacks. The Senior League Softball World Series is returning to Roxana, Delaware Monday, July 31.


Food Bank of Delaware

The Food Bank of Delaware is currently accepting applications for its fall culinary training.

 


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Sen. Chris Coons has filed a court brief against President Trump's latest action on a travel ban.

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Temperatures reached the low to mid 90s over the weekend, but that didn’t deter thousands of visitors from going to the Delaware State Fair in Harrington. 

 

 

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Delaware lost 1,200 jobs last month, according to the latest state unemployment data.

 


With a little help from Facebook, New Castle County Police have identified a person involved in a fraud case. 

 

 


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Gov. John Carney has vetoed a controversial bill regarding access to charter schools.


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Gov. John Carney signed a bill Thursday that will make it easier to buy the opioid overdose-reversal drug naloxone at your neighborhood pharmacy.  

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