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.
With the potential for heavy rain and high winds this weekend, the Division of Public Health (DPH) reminds Delawareans to stay safe and healthy, and to protect their pets using some important tips.
Livestock owners should prepare now for possible weather effects from Hurricane Joaquin, Delaware agricultural authorities said Thursday. “Being prepared is never wasted effort,” said Delaware Secretary of Agriculture Ed Kee.
Governor Jack Markell, U.S. Senator Chris Coons, and U.S. Congressman John Carney (both D-Del.) will host U.S. Secretary of Commerce and member of President Obama’s Cabinet, Penny Pritzker to celebrate National Manufacturing Day.
Insurance Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart today released Delaware’s Qualified Health Plan rates for Plan Year 2016.
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