Governor Markell spotlights President Obama’s plan to address climate change and underscores state efforts to protect the environment while growing the economy.
Growing the economy and protecting the environment are not conflicting goals. By forging strong partnerships between the public sector and private business, our state’s making great strides toward accomplishing both of these vital objectives.
PolyTech High School in Woodside placed first among six Delaware high school FFA chapters in the annual “Forestry Career Development Event (CDE),” a challenging test of tree identification skills, forestry tools and knowledge, and math-related abilities held at Brecknock County Park in Camden this week. Led by instructor Susan Wujtewicz, PolyTech also fielded the event’s individual overall winner, Jacob Dickey. The event was held in cooperation with the Delaware Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
Delaware Public Integrity Reporting System Provides Greater Transparency in Legislation and Lobbying
As the last days of the General Assembly’s 2013 session wind down, Delawareans can follow the groups engaged on various bills with the Delaware Public Integrity Commission’s online Public Integrity Reporting System.
Traffic Safety News | Date Posted: Thursday, June 27, 2013
A DUI will follow you everywhere. No matter where you go. No matter what you do. It’s a choice that has long-lasting consequences.