Programs on Delaware’s Lenape and Nanticoke Indian tribes to be featured.
It’s now easier than ever for dog owners in Delaware to license their furry family members, as required by state law. The Division of Public Health Office of Animal Welfare (OAW) has just added three retail locations to the list of places where residents can purchase dog licenses. Dog licenses are required for all dogs, six months and older. Those who fail to license their dogs face fines of $50 or more.
THE DELAWARE DIVISION OF THE ARTS ANNOUNCES UPCOMING EVENTS FEATURING THE DELAWARE POETS LAUREATE The Delaware Division of the Arts announces six upcoming public events featuring the Delaware Poets Laureate, also known as the Twin Poets. Appointed in December 2015 as the 17th Poets Laureate of Delaware, identical twins Al Mills and Nnamdi Chukwuocha are […]
While temperatures will again climb into the 90s this weekend, heat indexes (‘feels-like’ temperatures) are predicted to soar to over 100 degrees. With the National Weather Service’s Excessive Heat Warning continuing through 9 pm. Sunday for New Castle County, the Division of Public Health (DPH) is urging residents statewide to take precautions and preventive measures in the extreme heat conditions. Hot weather can cause heat exhaustion, heat stroke, and severe respiratory conditions, which can be fatal.
Delaware entrepreneurs have always been at the forefront of innovation and quality. They create products and services that people need and improve the quality of life for consumers across the country and beyond. Today, the ability to tap into the global marketplace is a key driver of business and employment growth. Exports now support more than 10 million American jobs, and to thrive, Delaware employers must have access to these expanding markets.
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