Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control | Division of Fish and Wildlife | Date Posted: Monday, February 8, 2016
Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers and the Delaware State Police Aviation Unit found and safely returned to his family mid-day Sunday a 13-year-old boy reported lost earlier that morning while looking for shed deer antlers on the Eagles Nest Wildlife Area.
For Immediate Release MACK WATHEN JOINS DELAWARE STATE ARTS COUNCIL AS CHAIR WILMINGTON – February 8, 2016 – The Delaware Division of the Arts (DDOA) today announced that Gov. Jack A. Markell has appointed J. Mack Wathen of Hockessin, as Chair to the Delaware State Arts Council. “I’m deeply honored to be following Lise […]
Governor Markell today announced that he is nominating Joseph R. Slights, III, a former judge on the Delaware Superior Court, to become a Vice Chancellor on the Delaware Court of Chancery. If confirmed by the Senate, Judge Slights will fill the vacancy that is resulting from the retirement of the Honorable John W. Noble later this month.
Secretary of State Jeffrey Bullock has ordered the temporary suspension of the Delaware Certified Massage Technician license of David T. Fooks of Laurel following his arrest on charges of unlawfully entering a Rehoboth residence in January. In making his determination, Secretary Bullock considered the criminal charges by the Delaware State Police for authorizing the temporary […]
Criminal Justice Council | Date Posted: Friday, February 5, 2016
Wilmington, Del- The Delaware Criminal Justice Council (CJC) has released a competitive solicitation for the FFY2015 VOCA-Victims Assistance Grant Program. The CJC is soliciting applications for potential funding under the FFY2015 Victims of Crime Act (“VOCA”) Victims Assistance Program. These are grant funds the CJC administers through the United States Department of Justice, Office for […]