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National Guard Headquarters to be Named for Beau Biden

Governor Markell announced that the state will honor the late Beau Biden, a former Attorney General and a Major in the Army National Guard, by naming Delaware’s Armed Forces Reserved Center after him.




Statement by Governor Markell on Vice President Biden

The Governor released the following statement after Vice President Biden announced he will not seek the Presidency.




Statement from the Governor’s Office on Services for Beau Biden

Following an announcement by the Office of the Vice President, Governor Markell’s office issued the following statement regarding planned services to honor the life of former Attorney General Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III.




Duo receive lengthy prison sentences for 2011 bank robbery, shootout with police

Attorney General Beau Biden announced that two Kent County men received lengthy prison sentences this morning for a brazen 2011 bank robbery and subsequent shootout with police during a car chase through Kent County.







 Pages Tagged With: "Biden"

National Guard Headquarters to be Named for Beau Biden

Governor Markell announced that the state will honor the late Beau Biden, a former Attorney General and a Major in the Army National Guard, by naming Delaware’s Armed Forces Reserved Center after him.




Statement by Governor Markell on Vice President Biden

The Governor released the following statement after Vice President Biden announced he will not seek the Presidency.




Statement from the Governor’s Office on Services for Beau Biden

Following an announcement by the Office of the Vice President, Governor Markell’s office issued the following statement regarding planned services to honor the life of former Attorney General Joseph Robinette “Beau” Biden III.




Duo receive lengthy prison sentences for 2011 bank robbery, shootout with police

Attorney General Beau Biden announced that two Kent County men received lengthy prison sentences this morning for a brazen 2011 bank robbery and subsequent shootout with police during a car chase through Kent County.