An elementary special education teacher from the Seaford School District is Delaware’s 2019 State Teacher of the Year. Governor John Carney made the announcement tonight at the annual banquet honoring the 20 district and charter teachers of the year at Dover Downs Hotel and Conference Center in Dover.
Contact: Julia Lawes – 302-577-8901 Murder Plea, Four More Pleas in Racketeering Case Deputy Attorneys General Dan McBride and Eric Towne secured a guilty plea for murder from a 39-year-old Wilmington man. Thomas Hollingsworth pled guilty to two counts of Murder 2nd and one count of PFDCF, with open sentencing. Hollingsworth is facing a […]
Contact: Julia Lawes – 302-577-8901 Long Term Treatment Continues To Be Need In Delaware’s Struggle Against Opioid Crisis With opioid overdoses and deaths continuing to increase, Attorney General Matt Denn on Wednesday released the Delaware Department of Justice’s fourth annual report on the state’s efforts to combat the epidemic and made recommendations for […]
Absentee voting for the Tuesday, November 6th General Election has started. New Castle County registered voters may vote by absentee ballot for a reason stated in the Delaware Code. Voters must return their voted absentee ballots to the New Castle County Office no later than 8 p.m. on Tuesday, November 6, 2018, in order for them to be counted.
Delaware has won a $10.4 million federal grant to strengthen the state’s charter school system, including improved collaboration with other public schools.
Funds from the U.S. Department of Education’s Charter School Program will be distributed over four years.