OMB accepting public input on agency regulations through December 1.
Delaware Is Cracking Down on Distracted Driving. Phone in One Hand. Ticket in the Other. Enforcement Campaign Begins November 7th
The Delaware Office of Highway Safety has teamed up with the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), and 42 law enforcement agencies across the State to eliminate handheld cell phone use and texting by motorists traveling on Delaware’s roadways. Beginning November 7 through November 20, Delaware law enforcement will be out in force to make sure drivers keep their eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel.
In his weekly message, the Governor expresses gratitude to Delawareans for pulling together and helping one another get through Hurricane Sandy.
This is a message of thanks. Thanks to the emergency responders, state agencies, non-profits like Red Cross, volunteers, homeowners and residents of Delaware for pulling together and helping one another get through Hurricane Sandy.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the clean-up and recovery process may leave many property owners wondering where to go for financial assistance to recover from damages suffered in the storm