Carney attends ribbon-cutting and groundbreaking for Phases I and II of Flats Redevelopment WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney today helped celebrate progress toward housing redevelopment in the Flats neighborhood in Wilmington. Phases I and II of the Flats project, being redeveloped by the Todmorden Foundation and the Woodlawn Trustees, were supported by $6.5 million […]
DELAWARE DIVISION OF THE ARTS ANNOUNCES 2016–17 MEZZANINE GALLERY SOLO EXHIBITIONS WILMINGTON – The Mezzanine Gallery features solo exhibitions of work by Delaware artists in disciplines that include painting, photography, sculpture, crafts, folk and media arts. The opportunity to exhibit is available to emerging and established visual artists who have won Individual Artist Fellowships or have been […]
Good health is more than simply a visit to the doctor. Only about 10 percent of a person’s health status is impacted by traditional medical care. Health is also directly impacted by where people live, work, play, and pray. To empower communities to address these larger environmental issues, the Division of Public Health (DPH) and members of the University of Delaware’s School of Public Policy & Administration released today the Health Equity Guide for Public Health Practitioners and Partners.
Meetings next week to give residents of high-crime areas a chance for input on new foot patrol project
Acknowledging his extensive service to the State of Delaware and unwavering dedication to the City of Wilmington, Governor Markell presented Mayor James Baker with an Order of the First State, the highest honor for meritorious service the governor can grant.
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