New estimate shows little change in state’s revenue numbers

New estimate shows little change in state’s revenue numbers

The Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC) met for the first time since June Monday to offer new state revenue projections. The group anticipates a $7.4 million drop in revenue for fiscal year 2016 compared to its June forecast. ...More
Lawmakers put spotlight on aid available for students with dyslexia and other disabilities

Lawmakers put spotlight on aid available for students with dyslexia and other disabilities

Lt. Gov. Matt Denn joined lawmakers at the Bear Library Monday to highlight a new law aimed at helping Delaware students with dyslexia and other decoding disabilities. The new rules implemented this school year provide greater access to evidence-based reading interventions for students who have not begun to read by the age of seven. ...More
Delaware gas prices remain stable last week

Delaware gas prices remain stable last week

Drivers in the First State saw little to no change in what they paid at the gas pump over the past seven days. AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average price for a gallon of regular in the First State Sunday was $3.40– exactly where it stood a week ago. ...More
Donated letters offer new insight into 1812 bombardment of Lewes

Donated letters offer new insight into 1812 bombardment of Lewes

Three rare historic letters donated to the Lewes Historical Society give a more personal glimpse of what transpired in the weeks leading up to the attack. ...More
Delaware State to receive nearly $1.8 million in USDA grants

Delaware State to receive nearly $1.8 million in USDA grants

Delaware State University has been awarded nearly 1.8 million dollars in grants from the USDA’s Building Grants Program. The award will support a variety of projects. The largest piece of funding - nearly a half million dollars - will bolster biofuels production research at DSU. ...More
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