Governor Markell documented his international economic development trip using real-time technology.
After three years of meetings and debate, Kent County will be home to a sports complex boasting an indoor facility and 15 fields – including a championship lit turf field – thanks to more than $3.2 million in state funding.
A crew from the Delaware Tourism Office toured the site of the Firefly Music Festival Thursday, and what they saw was jaw-dropping – an area near Dover International Speedway that was trees and grass is now fitted with vendor tents, staging areas, gravel roads, hammock stations, portable restrooms and an entrance with a huge sign that reads “Firefly.”
History buffs and proud Delaware residents gathered at the First State Heritage Park Welcome Center and Galleries to celebrate the release of “Landmarks & Legacies,” a hardback portrait of the First State.
In his weekly address, the Governor talks about two new chances to make Delaware’s case in the national debateon how to get people working, make our schools even stronger and better prepare our nation for what is emerging as a global war for talent and jobs.