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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...

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...

After almost 44 years, Michele Campbell says goodbye to ChristianaCare

After almost 44 years of service with ChristianaCare, pioneer nurse and Vice President of Quality and patient safety, Michele Campbell walks away in retirement. Wilmington (DE): Already working from home due to the pandemic, this...

Wilmington’s 200,000th Meal to be Served This Week to city’s hungry children

Coronavirus has had many effects on Delawareans since March with stay at home orders and the closure of all non-essential businesses. Governments scrambling for health supplies and workers. Wilmington (DE): No matter what the effect...

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