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Lt. Col. Melissa A. Zebley appointed as Superintendent of the Delaware State Police

Lt. Col. Melissa A. Zebley will be the first woman in the history of the Delaware State Police to be promoted to Superintendent and take command of one of Delaware's largest law enforcement agencies. Dover...

Phila adds Delaware to their travel restriction list of quarantine states

New Jersey is not the only state to add Delaware to it's quarantine list for out of state travelers. Delaware now joins Philadelphia's list of quarantine states. Philadelphia (PA) 07/08/20 17:10: At an earlier press...

Wilmington to Resume Downtown and Riverfront Metered and Limited-Time Parking Enforcement starting July 13

Wilmington to begin Metered and Limited-Time Parking Enforcement in the Downtown and Riverfront areas starting July 13 Wilmington (DE): As Wilmington prepares to restart Metered and Limited-Time Parking Enforcements, street cleaning and other services remain suspended;...

Tax refunds from 2016 worth more than $6 million still remains available to an...

According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), unclaimed income tax refunds from 2016 worth more than $6 million remain available to an estimated 5,600 taxpayers in Delaware who did not file a 2016 federal...

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