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DART Highlights Passenger Facility Improvements in Wilmington

Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC), operating DART First State, is continuing to invest in passenger facilities in Wilmington and will be replacing and installing new shelters on King Street beginning this week and continuing over the next month. The new shelters will be located at King and 3rd, King and 6th, King and 8th, King and […]




Former Housing Site Becomes the WHA’s Southbridge Solar Park

New 1.15 megawatt solar farm will save WHA $1.2 million and provide clean, renewable energy to housing authority residents WILMINGTON, Del. – The Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA), joined by Mayor Mike Purzycki, Governor John Carney and other local and state officials, today officially dedicated its new Southbridge Solar Park at 900 South Claymont Street. The 1.15 […]




INspire Talks: Why Wilmington?

with a Panel Discussion moderated by Governor Carney Watch as 5 speakers, one musical performance, and a live art experience all answer the question “Why Wilmington?”  




Governor Carney Delivers State of the State Address to Joint Session of the General Assembly

  Governor lays out plan for strengthening Delaware’s economy, improving public schools and investing in state’s workforce DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney delivered his 2018 State of the State Address on Thursday in the House Chamber at Legislative Hall in Dover, outlining his priorities for strengthening Delaware’s economy, improving Delaware’s public schools, lowering healthcare […]




Delaware Receives UPenn Technical Assistance Grant to Develop Integrated Data System

Grant will help Delaware support high-risk youth and families in Wilmington, and bolster work of Family Services Cabinet Council WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney announced on Wednesday that Delaware has received an 18-month training and technical assistance grant from the University of Pennsylvania’s Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy (AISP) Integrated Data System Learning Community […]







 Pages Tagged With: "City of Wilmington"

DART Highlights Passenger Facility Improvements in Wilmington

Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC), operating DART First State, is continuing to invest in passenger facilities in Wilmington and will be replacing and installing new shelters on King Street beginning this week and continuing over the next month. The new shelters will be located at King and 3rd, King and 6th, King and 8th, King and […]




Former Housing Site Becomes the WHA’s Southbridge Solar Park

New 1.15 megawatt solar farm will save WHA $1.2 million and provide clean, renewable energy to housing authority residents WILMINGTON, Del. – The Wilmington Housing Authority (WHA), joined by Mayor Mike Purzycki, Governor John Carney and other local and state officials, today officially dedicated its new Southbridge Solar Park at 900 South Claymont Street. The 1.15 […]




INspire Talks: Why Wilmington?

with a Panel Discussion moderated by Governor Carney Watch as 5 speakers, one musical performance, and a live art experience all answer the question “Why Wilmington?”  




Governor Carney Delivers State of the State Address to Joint Session of the General Assembly

  Governor lays out plan for strengthening Delaware’s economy, improving public schools and investing in state’s workforce DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney delivered his 2018 State of the State Address on Thursday in the House Chamber at Legislative Hall in Dover, outlining his priorities for strengthening Delaware’s economy, improving Delaware’s public schools, lowering healthcare […]




Delaware Receives UPenn Technical Assistance Grant to Develop Integrated Data System

Grant will help Delaware support high-risk youth and families in Wilmington, and bolster work of Family Services Cabinet Council WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney announced on Wednesday that Delaware has received an 18-month training and technical assistance grant from the University of Pennsylvania’s Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy (AISP) Integrated Data System Learning Community […]