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Governor’s Weekly Message: Increasing Funding Support to Address Addiction Epidemic

Governor Markell discusses how state and federal funding will support ongoing efforts to address the addiction epidemic in Delaware.




292 Delaware State Employees and their Family Members Show Artwork

The National Arts Program®: Delaware State Employee Exhibition and Contest IV will be held from February 23 – March 14, 2015 at the Art Center/Gallery at Delaware State University in Dover.




Biden’s office secures murder indictments for Paladin Club shooting deaths

Two New Castle County men – 31 year-old Christopher Rivers and 23 year-old Dominique Benson – who were arrested earlier this month for the September, 2013 shooting deaths of a couple at the Paladin Club apartments have been indicted by the New Castle County Grand Jury, Attorney General Beau Biden announced today.




Public invited to attend Wilmington Community Resource Fair tomorrow at Prices Run Park

More than two dozen government agencies, service providers, and civic organizations will come together September 13 from 1-4 p.m. at a Wilmington Community Resource Fair sponsored by the Attorney General’s office in conjunction with Wilmington Mayor Dennis P. Williams




DE Children’s Dept. Cuts Ribbon on Juvenile Multi-Purpose Education Facility

Governor Jack Markell, Secretary Jennifer Ranji of the Delaware Children’s Department, her staff, and nearly 70 other special guests braved the cold on Thursday, December 12th for a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the Department’s new Juvenile Multi-Purpose Education Facility. The nearly 14-thousand square foot state of the art building, which sits on the Agency’s administrative campus near Newport, will be the new educational home for youth who are committed to the Department’s Level IV Residential Cottages.







 Pages Tagged With: "families"

Governor’s Weekly Message: Increasing Funding Support to Address Addiction Epidemic

Governor Markell discusses how state and federal funding will support ongoing efforts to address the addiction epidemic in Delaware.




292 Delaware State Employees and their Family Members Show Artwork

The National Arts Program®: Delaware State Employee Exhibition and Contest IV will be held from February 23 – March 14, 2015 at the Art Center/Gallery at Delaware State University in Dover.




Biden’s office secures murder indictments for Paladin Club shooting deaths

Two New Castle County men – 31 year-old Christopher Rivers and 23 year-old Dominique Benson – who were arrested earlier this month for the September, 2013 shooting deaths of a couple at the Paladin Club apartments have been indicted by the New Castle County Grand Jury, Attorney General Beau Biden announced today.




Public invited to attend Wilmington Community Resource Fair tomorrow at Prices Run Park

More than two dozen government agencies, service providers, and civic organizations will come together September 13 from 1-4 p.m. at a Wilmington Community Resource Fair sponsored by the Attorney General’s office in conjunction with Wilmington Mayor Dennis P. Williams




DE Children’s Dept. Cuts Ribbon on Juvenile Multi-Purpose Education Facility

Governor Jack Markell, Secretary Jennifer Ranji of the Delaware Children’s Department, her staff, and nearly 70 other special guests braved the cold on Thursday, December 12th for a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open the Department’s new Juvenile Multi-Purpose Education Facility. The nearly 14-thousand square foot state of the art building, which sits on the Agency’s administrative campus near Newport, will be the new educational home for youth who are committed to the Department’s Level IV Residential Cottages.