Each year, some of Delaware’s best and brightest high school students leave their hometowns and head to Legislative Hall in Dover for an exercise in democracy.
A bill that implements a key component of a plan to combat cyber-bullying passed the House of Representatives on Thursday and is headed to the Governor’s desk.
Date Posted: Friday, June 8th, 2012
Categories: Department of Justice
Wilmington – Attorney General Beau Biden announced today that his Senior Protection Initiative, along with state agencies, law enforcement, and other advocates will recognize the 7th Annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15 with events in all three counties. Based on the theme “Stop Abuse and Financial Exploitation (SAFE)”, the events are designed […]
Proposals from Attorney General, Lieutenant Governor and Education Committee Chairs set to become law DOVER – A bill that implements a key component of a plan to combat cyber-bullying passed the House of Representatives on Thursday and is headed to the Governor’s desk. Senate Bill 193, sponsored by Sen. David Sokola and Rep. […]
Delaware Municipal Electric Corporation, Inc. (DEMEC) celebrated the commissioning of unit #2 at the Beasley Power Station. About 100 people attended the event, including representatives of DEMEC, its member communities and local and State officials, including Delaware Governor Jack Markell, DNREC Secretary Collin O’Mara and Smyrna Mayor Patricia A. Stombaugh.
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