Funds Represent Largest New State Investment In Community-Based Re-Entry Programs In At Least a Decade Attorney General Matt Denn announced Thursday that workshops will be held in early August to explain to non-profit groups how they can apply for grants from $2 million that has been set aside to support community-based efforts to reduce recidivism among […]
History meets sci-fi, vintage classical-recordings and the raid on the John Dickinson Plantation to be featured.
Cancer screening and early detection have contributed to a continuing decline in Delaware’s all-site cancer mortality rate over the past decade say Delaware Public Health officials. From 1998-2002 to 2008-2012, Delaware’s cancer death rate decreased 14 percent, an improvement that was identical to the decline seen nationally (14 percent), according to the latest cancer data announced by the Division of Public Health (DPH).
Date Posted: Tuesday, July 19th, 2016
DELAWARE DIVISION OF THE ARTS ANNOUNCES THE “AWARD WINNERS XVI” EXHIBITION AT THE BIGGS MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART Each year, the Biggs Museum of American Art, in partnership with the Delaware Division of the Arts, exhibits the work of Delaware’s Individual Artist Fellows. The Award Winners XVI exhibition, on view August 5 through October 23, […]
The Delaware Department of State announced today that it will hold public hearings next month in all three counties as part of Governor Jack Markell’s effort to strengthen Delaware’s economy by modernizing and streamlining regulations that may be outdated or unnecessarily burdensome, while maintaining the state’s commitment to improving public health and environmental performance. The […]
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