New Madagascar exhibit opens at Brandywin Zoo Thursday

At nearly 4,000 square feet, the Madagascar exhibit is one of the zoo’s largest display habitats. WILMINGTON (DE): The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control cut the ribbon on its new Madagascar exhibit Nov....

Wilmington Police receives $630,000 Federal Grant for Body-Worn Camera Program

Earlier this month, the Wilmington City Council approved an Administration request for $400,000 to support additional police officer staff positions to manage the new program. WILMINGTON (DE): Wilmington Police will soon be wearing body cameras...

Wilmington Mayor committed and waiting on federal assistance for body-worn camera program for police

Mike Purzycki has pledged that should the federal grant be denied, he is committed to asking City Council to appropriate the remaining funding needed for implementation from City assets. WILMINGTON (DE) 10/02/20: It's been over...

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...

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