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A program providing free meals in the summer months to low-income students is back this year.

The City of Lewes is looking for input on what else it can do with a stretch of land that’s home to a dog park and cross country trails.

Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media

The pool facility in the Brown Burton Winchester Park was re-named the Joseph R. Biden, Jr., Aquatic Center Monday.

A University of Delaware professor won’t return to campus this fall after saying a dead, American college student “got what he deserved” while imprisoned in North Korea.

Katie Peikes / Delaware Public Media

Construction is starting for a multi-modal bridge over the Christina River on Wilmington’s Riverfront.



The $28 million dollar project’s primary purpose is to relieve congestion on the Riverfront, especially before and after events at the Chase Center and Frawley Stadium. 



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Wilmington will be part of a three-year study called Project HEAL starting next year.

United States Interagency Council on Veteran Homelessness

Delaware has crossed another threshold in its fight to end veteran homelessness.


National Weather Service

The National Weather Service and the Delaware Emergency Management Agency has confirmed that a tornado touched down Monday night in the Greenwood area of Sussex County.


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Summer and afterschool programs aimed at helping kids in low income and high crime areas around the state are getting a needed financial boost.


16 organizations are sharing over $900,000 in grant money for programs this summer and next school year.