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Delaware sees little revenue growth in initial FY 19 revenue projection

The initial revenue projection for the 2019 budget cycle sees little growth in the Delaware’s revenue.

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Autism Delaware's Blue Jean Ball seeks to raise needed funds

Autism Delaware holds one of its major fundraisers this week in Lewes. The Blue Jean Ball is Friday night at Nassau Valley Vineyards in Lewes

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The Brandywine Valley SPCA has taken in 18 dogs from areas of Florida affected by Hurricane Irma.

The dogs arrived in Delaware Monday from overcrowded shelters in Florida. Brandywine Valley SPCA has taken them to their New Castle and Georgetown campuses to be adopted.

Courtesy of New Castle County

A section of New Castle County’s sewer line is damaged and needs emergency repairs.

While repairing the headworks of the Wilmington treatment plant in July, workers found pieces of concrete liner broken off from a steel sewer pipe next to the treatment plant’s inlet.

National Hurricane Center

The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Watch for the coastal areas along the Atlantic and parts of Sussex County until late Tuesday night.

 

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For the first time in 27 years, Rehoboth Beach has a new mayor.

 

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State Senator Gerald Hocker (R-Ocean View) and State Rep. Ron Gray (R-Selbyville) are holding a public meeting Tuesday to discuss traffic conditions along Route 54.

 

Delaware Division of the Arts

The Delaware Division of the Arts opens its 2017/2018 Mezzanine Gallery Solo Exhibitions this month.

 

 

 

Delaware Democrats kicked of the 2018 election cycle over the weekend at Cape Henlopen State Park.

Delaware Public Media

Sen. Tom Carper continues to push back against what he sees as the Trump Administration’s effort to tear down the Environmental Protection Agency.


Food Bank of Delaware

Eight students graduated from the Delaware Food Bank’s Culinary School last week.  And there was something extra special to celebrate as well – new funding.

 

Virginia Institute of Marine Science

The fate of a small but important fishery for Delaware rests in the hands of a commission that will decide in November how to manage its Atlantic population.

 

 


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