Date Posted: Wednesday, February 22nd, 2017
Categories: Delaware Health and Social Services
WILMINGTON (Feb. 22, 2017) The Delaware Division for the Visually Impaired (DVI) partnered with the Wilmington Police Department earlier this month to provide visual impairment sensitivity training for almost 65 police officers at the Walnut Street precinct. With the success of the training, conducted by DVI certified orientation & mobility therapists Heather Dougherty and Maria […]
With a severe winter storm expected to generate significant snowfall in New Castle and Kent Counties, as well as coastal flooding and strong sustained winds in Sussex County, Governor Jack Markell has issued a State of Emergency, and a “Level 1 Driving Warning”.
Delaware is facing a serious winter storm with the potential for blizzard conditions upstate and potential flooding, rain and heavy winds downstate.
In his final State of the State speech, Delaware Governor Jack Markell proposed an agenda that positions Delaware to leverage its highly trained citizens and welcoming business climate to build opportunities for sustained job creation in an ever-changing economy.
Governor Markell delivered his annual State of the State Address in Legislative Hall before members of the General Assembly, Cabinet members, and fellow Delawareans.
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