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NCCPD and Lights on Delaware install over 60 front porch lights in Edgemoor Gardens

Colonel Bond: “The goal is to improve the quality of life in this community and it’s our responsibility to leverage all resources to make it happen.” EDITORS OPINION: This is how New Castle County Police...

Division of Public Trust releases report on police shooting of Jeremy McDole

About The Report: "Based on all available evidence, the report does not find cause to doubt evidence cited in the 2016 report or to change charging decisions." WILMINGTON (DE): On Tuesday, The Department of Justice’s...

Delaware’s Wildfire crew returns to the First State after a two week mission in...

SMYRNA, Del. (Sept. 17, 2020) — Delaware’s wildfire crew is returning to the First State after successfully battling blazes on a 14-day assignment in Arizona and California. Delaware’s 21-person team mobilized at Blackbird State Forest...

Improving police and community relations among Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki’s top priorities in upcoming...

“Improving police and community relations, protecting neighborhood residents from the upsurge of shootings, and taking more guns and criminals off the streets remain at the top of our list,” said the Mayor. WILMINGTON (DE): Thankful...

Nine years later and still remembering Lt. Joseph Szczerba

Szczerba, from Wilmington, was 44 years old when he was brutally stabbed to death in the line of duty on September 16, 2011. He left behind his wife of 19 years, Kathy Szczerba. Joe was...

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