The summer months are prime time for some of Delaware’s most delicious, farm-fresh bounty: from blueberries and sweet corn to peaches and watermelon. And with more than 220 farm families in our state growing produce, the options for what to enjoy and where to get it are plentiful, as evidenced by the four and a […]
Program explores child actress Shirley Temple’s July 2, 1938 visit to New Castle where she ate lunch in the Court House Tea Room.
Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs to sponsor 10 special events during August 2015
History meets sci-fi, crime and 18th-century medicine to be featured.
Governor Statement on Campaign Finance Decision Affirming Constitutionality of Election Disclosure Law
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit issued an opinion affirming the constitutionality of the Delaware Elections Disclosure Act, which was proposed and signed by Governor Markell in 2012.
Governor Markell announced that he has vetoed House Bill 50, which would allow for any student to be opted-out of any state or district assessment, while he signed Senate Joint Resolution 2, which aims to eliminate unnecessary, ineffective, or redundant tests required by the state, districts, and individual schools.