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 […]
Date Posted: Tuesday, April 4th, 2017
Categories: Department of Technology and Information
Girls in the 8th and 9th grades are invited to spend a fun filled day learning about careers in technology and getting an inside glimpse of what it might be like to work in the technical fields.
Eighteen Delaware artists are being recognized by the Division for the high quality of their artwork. Work samples from 126 Delaware choreographers, composers, musicians, writers, folk and visual artists were reviewed by out-of-state arts professionals, considering demonstrated creativity and skill in their art form. The 18 selected fellows reside throughout Delaware including Arden, Dover, Hockessin, […]
Others face sentencings for weapons charges. A Newark man faces at least 15 years in prison for an attempted kidnapping. Deputy Attorneys General Christina Kontis and Joe Grubb secured a guilty plea to Attempted Kidnapping Second Degree, Burglary Third Degree and Failure to Register as a Sex Offender from 35-year-old Joseph Rudge. In July 2016, Rudge […]
A 21-year old man from Bear faces 21 years to life in prison after being found guilty by a New Castle County Superior Court jury on Tuesday in connection with a 2015 murder in Wilmington. Michael Broomer was convicted of Murder Second Degree, two counts of Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a […]
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