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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.


James Morrison / Delaware Public Media

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

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.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

New Castle County broke ground on a new neighborhood park Thursday.

The small one-acre park in Edgemoor Gardens will feature a playground, a basketball court and a paved walking trail when it’s finished.

 


Delaware Forest Service

A historic picnic pavilion at Redden State Forest is once again open to the public.

 


Christiana Care Health System

Gene editing techniques at Christiana Care Health System have been proven to cut cancer diagnosis times in half and are being commercialized for worldwide use.


The state of Delaware says it needs more time to comply with an open records request from Common Cause Delaware seeking bid information on new voting machines.


Dr. Sandra Gibney of St. Francis Hospital’s emergency department, Holly Rybinski of Brandywine Counselling, and Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long rode along with EMS to deliver the Narcan free of charge to a few small encampments.

 


Delaware Office of Highway Safety

Six motorists were arrested for driving under the influence during last weekend’s CheckPoint StrikeForce campaign in Delaware.

City of Wilmington

Construction on The Overlook at Rockford Falls started in January, and city officials welcomed its future residents with a groundbreaking ceremony Monday.

 


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