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The Biden Institute

Former Vice President Joe Biden discussed his new memoir Thursday at the University of Delaware.


Delaware Tourism Office

The rink is the latest addition to Winter Wonderfest—the holiday exhibit in its second year at the Cape May-Lewes Ferry terminal.

Submitted by Kent County Public Works

Kent County is repairing a part of its treatment system that discharged undertreated wastewater into the Murderkill River this past summer.


The Greater Lewes Foundation

Governor John Carney this week presented the Order of the First State posthumously to Molly Murray, a longtime environmental reporter for The News Journal, who passed away in July.


Delaware Public Media

Owning and operating a vehicle can be expensive, and the repair costs are rising.  Finding the right auto repair shop to fix a car can often be an intimidating, confusing and costly process for some motorists. That can be especially true for some women according to AAA Mid-Atlantic.


DNREC

Delaware is one of the top states when it comes to diverting trash.

Tom Byrne/Delaware Public Media

Delaware Supreme Court Justice Karen Valihura takes part in the national Women in Litigation Conference sponsored by the American Bar Association in Philadelphia Thursday.

Delaware Public Media

The Delaware State Police and Newark Police Department are issuing a public advisory regarding hoax phone calls made to two separate day care facilities in New Castle County.

StarJournalNow.com

Trying to quit smoking is not easy.  The American Cancer Society estimates it takes between eight to 10 attempts for the average person to kick the habit.

When trying to quit, support can make all the difference. That’s why the Cancer Society holds its the annual Great American Smoke Out.

 

Delaware Public Media

The Delaware State Housing Authority is asking for $23 million in next year’s budget. That amount includes new money for the Strong Neighborhoods Housing Fund.


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