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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...

Wilmington Mayor proclaims June as LGBTQ Pride month following Supreme Court ruling

Mayor Purzycki today hailed the Supreme Court’s landmark decision protecting gay, lesbian, and transgender people from discrimination in the workplace. Wilmington (DE): In the landmark decision by a 6-3 margin, the justices ruled in Bostock...

Governor Carney Announces Judicial Nominations

Governor John Carney on Thursday announced his intention to nominate Mark Conner as Superior Court Judge in Sussex County, Monica Horton as Judge of the Court of Common Pleas in New Castle County, and...

Delaware Legislative Black Caucus announces package of racial justice legislation

The Delaware Legislative Black Caucus on Wednesday announced a Justice For All Agenda of legislative priorities to address the systemic racial injustice and police brutality that has impacted people of color in the First...

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