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Those traveling up or down Delaware this weekend may have to take a detour, as construction work will close a section of Route 13.

Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media

La Esperanza joined several other local immigrant rights groups in a rally Thursday morning. They’re also asking Gov. John Carney to take action to protect residents from deportation.


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Students at many New Castle County schools will be heading in late Wednesday.

Brandywine, Christina, Colonial and Red Clay school districts will open two hours late.

Newark Police responded Monday night to a reported kidnapping and robbery near Christina Mill apartment complex - and said it was investigating it as possibly linked to a string of similar incidents in New Castle County.


The state is giving $5.5 million dollars to nine projects across the First State – with the goal of restoring vacant homes and putting them back on the market.


Via @YourDNREC twitter

Nearly all of the damaging effects of this Nor’Easter seemed to stay north of the C&D canal, with no major flooding reported in the southern part of the state.

 

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This week’s nor’easter left the First State wet, but relatively free of any significant snow accumulation. 

Most of the First State is seeing rain as the nor’easter moves across Delaware – but in NCCo a windy mix of rain, sleet, freezing rain and snow is making for a miserable day.

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Gov. John Carney put a Level 1 driving warning in effect at midnight in New Castle County only as schools there tell students and teachers to stay home Tuesday.

A nor’easter is making its way through the First State, but the kind of precipitation Delaware is getting is a bit different than initially forecast.

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