Date Posted: Friday, December 12th, 2014
No matter how much technology changes the way get information, we will always rely on the value of public libraries in our state. They bridge the digital divide, bringing computers, the internet, and other technology to people who otherwise may not have access.
Governor Markell today announced he has received formal written notice from the Honorable Henry duPont Ridgely, Justice of the Delaware Supreme Court, of Justice Ridgely’s intention to retire from the Supreme Court effective January 31, 2015.
Joined by the State’s top health officials, along with infectious disease and emergency response experts, Governor Markell today provided an update on ongoing statewide efforts in response to the Ebola virus epidemic.
Date Posted: Friday, October 17th, 2014
Governor Markell recognizes organizations throughout the state that help people in need, as well as the individuals who volunteer their time and talents.
(Wilmington, DE) – In his weekly message, Governor Markell discusses ongoing efforts to address drug addiction and its impact on individuals and families in Delaware. “By treating addiction as the disease that it is, rather than just as a crime to be punished, we will save lives and we’ll put more people on the road […]
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