Wilmington – Attorney General Biden’s Consumer Protection Unit has learned of several incidents where Delaware homeowners have received unsolicited visits by salespersons who attempt to convince them to switch utility providers. The salespersons claim the company they represent can guarantee lower prices, and have been described as being aggressive in convincing homeowners to change their […]
History will come to life as the three downtown Dover museums of the state of Delaware celebrate America’s birthday.
Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control | Former Governor Jack Markell (2009-2017) | News | Office of the Governor | Sussex County | Date Posted: Thursday, June 26, 2014
Cape Henlopen State Park turns 50, and there will be plenty of activities to mark the milestone occasion.
Building on efforts to address employment obstacles for ex-offenders, the Senate today passed legislation to allow the Department of Correction to hire qualified ex-offenders into a short-term job training program and give those who have paid their debt to society a better opportunity to reintegrate into our communities.
The State Senate passed Workers’ Compensation legislation this afternoon to stop the large workers’ compensation rate increases that are burdening Delaware businesses.