Governor Jack Markell declared a Limited State of Emergency in Sussex County, Delaware, as of 12noon, Friday, October 2.
Governor Markell issued the following statement in reaction to the news that U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan will leave his position.
With moderate to major coastal flooding expected at high tides, along with high wind warnings along the coast, Governor Jack Markell has issued a Limited State of Emergency for Sussex County.
Food Showcase at Janssen’s Market, Takumi Restaurant, and The Cultured Pearl Featuring Authentic Ingredients from Miyagi Prefecture, Japan Delaware’s sister state, Miyagi Prefecture in Japan, is returning to Delaware to host the 2nd Annual “Taste of Miyagi” food showcase at three local businesses in October. Janssen’s Market in Greenville will again offer a free tasting […]
As Hurricane Joaquin approaches the U. S. East Coast, now is the time for Delaware residents and homeowners who could be in the path of the storm to make preparations for damages. There is still time to take several simple steps that could make filing an insurance claim after a storm easier.
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