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Over $5 million in funding cuts, but no tax hikes in New Castle County budget

New Castle County residents won’t see a tax increase next year under County Executive Matt Meyer’s proposed budget- but he is calling for an over $5 million in spending cuts to help cover a 13.8 million dollar shortfall.

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ACLU of Delaware: Sessions' threat to withhold federal funding is illegal

Delaware’s chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is advising state law enforcement agencies they are not legally obligated to act as federal immigration officers.

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First State sports fans are among those mourning the death of former Phillies pitcher and manager Dallas Green.

Green, a native of Newport, Delaware, died Wednesday in Philadelphia at age 82 after battling heart and kidney-related ailments. 

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Ospreys are starting to come back to their nesting areas in the Inland Bays.

 

 


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State lawmakers are trying to remove some hurdles those seeking drug addiction treatment as they attempt to kick their habits.


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The Christina School Board is taking a hard look at a policy designed to protect undocumented students.


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Christiana Care Health System announced this week its role in a new master’s degree program that will prepare students to guide families in understanding the risk of genetic disorders.

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Sen. Chris Coons is among the Senate Judiciary Committee members grilling Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on Capitol Hill this week.

Kent County voters in Levy Court’s 2nd District have picked a new representative.

Republican James Hosfelt won the Tuesday’s District 2 special election, defeating Democrat Andrea Kreiner. 

Spring has sprung, but that doesn’t mean the weather is going to be all sunshine and rainbows.

And that’s why the National Weather Service is launching its Spring Safety campaign.  

 


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Sen. Chris Coons (D-Delaware) was among those grilling Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on Capitol Hill Tuesday .

Delaware's junior senator and a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee questioned Gorsuch for about 30 minutes.

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Delaware’s State Board of Education will stick around – at least for now.

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