GOP mailers face Dept. of Elections scrutiny

GOP mailers face Dept. of Elections scrutiny

The state Department of Elections is investigating allegedly improper campaign mailers sent by a GOP House political action committee recently. Glossy cards describing Delaware’s economic woes urged voters to call Republican candidates in four districts in New Castle and Kent Counties. ...More
Artfest offers Delawareans with disabilities opportunity for creative expression

Artfest offers Delawareans with disabilities opportunity for creative expression

Hosted by the University of Delaware’s Center for Disabilities Studies, Artfest invites people with disabilities to use adaptive art tools in a variety of projects, including a giant communal floor mural and decorated tote bags. ...More
Delawareans weigh in on environmental impact of proposed Salem-Hope Creek expansion

Delawareans weigh in on environmental impact of proposed Salem-Hope Creek expansion

PSEG Nuclear wants to add a fourth reactor to the Salem-Hope Creek plant in New Jersey. The environmental impact statement presented at the public hearing in Middletown Thursday says the reactor could produce small to moderate damage to the environment. ...More
Studies show benefits of graduated driver license requirements

Studies show benefits of graduated driver license requirements

Two new studies from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety show that states could reduce the number of car accidents by extending graduated driver license requirements beyond the age of 17. ...More
Wilmington film festival puts spotlight on short films

Wilmington film festival puts spotlight on short films

Film lovers can enjoy The Film Brothers’ 2014 Festival of Shorts all weekend at the Delaware Art Museum. The event is in its seventh year highlight short films from the First State and around the world. ...More
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