Each year, some of Delaware’s best and brightest high school students leave their hometowns and head to Legislative Hall in Dover for an exercise in democracy.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood announced today that the Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) will receive $900,000 in federal support to expand the Department’s “Phone in One Hand, Ticket in the Other.” pilot enforcement campaign to reduce distracted driving.
Governor Jack Markell offers congratulations to Delaware class of 2012 graduates and hope for the future ahead of them.
Decades from now, countless Delawareans will think back on 2012 not as the year the Olympics were in London, or the year the Phillies won another World Series (although, that would be nice). Instead, they’ll look back on this year as the time they, or their children, graduated from high school or college.
The Delaware Office of Highway Safety (OHS) and law enforcement agencies statewide will begin the third wave of enforcement on June 1st for the Respect Your Ride motorcycle safety campaign. They will be paying particular attention to speeding and impaired motorcyclists.
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