DPH Announces Two Additional Flu-Related Deaths; Delawareans Should Follow Basic Tips to Stop Spread of Germs
DOVER – As the number of confirmed influenza cases in Delaware continues to rise, the Division of Public Health (DPH) is announcing two recent flu-related deaths, bringing the total number of deaths for the 2019-2020 season thus far to four. The most recent victim is a 29-year-old New Castle County man diagnosed with influenza B […]
A Superior Court jury has convicted a Wilmington man for his central role in a June 2016 murder. Witness testimony, cell phone evidence, and collaboration with an FBI task force demonstrated that Brian Wilson, also known as Fudayl Wakim, arranged the murder of Allen Cannon through a $10,000 bounty and a conspiracy with co-defendant Eric […]
The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) announces that the Transportation Infrastructure Investment Fund (TIIF), an initiative announced by Governor John Carney in 2019, is now live and accepting submissions. TIIF was established to provide economic assistance for renovation, construction, or any other type of improvements to roads and related transportation infrastructure in order to attract […]
Grants from community-based organizations and schools that have a trauma-informed focus will receive funding priority Wilmington, Del. (January 24, 2020) – As part of its FY2021 grant application cycle, the Division of the Arts invites grant proposals from community-based organizations and schools that demonstrate the utilization of the arts to address trauma-related issues and challenges […]
Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs sponsors 14 special events during February 2020
Eight of the programs celebrate African American History Month.