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Nominations Open for Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Service Awards

NEW CASTLE (July 3, 2017) – Nominations for the Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Service Awards are being accepted by the State Office of Volunteerism through Friday, Aug. 11. These awards recognize the important contributions Delaware’s volunteers, 18 and older, make to their communities. “Thousands of Delawareans give their time and effort each year, volunteering in their […]




Governor Carney Signs Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Plan, Capping General Assembly Session

Session included measures to improve Delaware’s economy, create jobs, reform the Department of Correction, and combat addiction crisis Highlights of the 2017 legislative session include: Restructuring Economic Development: House Bill 226 restructures the way Delaware attracts good-paying jobs to Delaware and keeps them here, with a focus on entrepreneurship, innovation and small business development. Modernizing […]




Governor Carney’s Statement on General Assembly’s Failure to Pass a Budget

DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney early Saturday morning issued the following statement on the General Assembly’s failure to reach a budget agreement: “I’m deeply disappointed that the General Assembly has failed to reach an agreement to pass a balanced budget, and a responsible long-term financial plan. The people of Delaware expect us to responsibly […]




Governor Carney’s Statement on Economic Development and Coastal Zone Legislation

DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney on Thursday released the following statement on the passage of House Bill 226, which would restructure Delaware’s economic development efforts, and House Bill 190, which would allow for the responsible redevelopment of 14 industrial sites within the Coastal Zone. These two pieces of legislation were key economic priorities for […]




Commissioner Phelps Announces Selection to Lead Re-Entry Programs, Reduce Recidivism

Jim Elder, new Bureau Chief of Community Corrections, oversees re-entry programs at the Wilmington HOPE Commission DOVER, Del. – Department of Correction Commissioner Perry Phelps on Thursday announced the selection of Jim Elder – the Director of Clinical Services for Re-entry Programming at the Wilmington HOPE Commission – to lead DOC’s efforts to help offenders […]







 Pages Tagged With: "Governor Carney"

Nominations Open for Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Service Awards

NEW CASTLE (July 3, 2017) – Nominations for the Governor’s Outstanding Volunteer Service Awards are being accepted by the State Office of Volunteerism through Friday, Aug. 11. These awards recognize the important contributions Delaware’s volunteers, 18 and older, make to their communities. “Thousands of Delawareans give their time and effort each year, volunteering in their […]




Governor Carney Signs Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Plan, Capping General Assembly Session

Session included measures to improve Delaware’s economy, create jobs, reform the Department of Correction, and combat addiction crisis Highlights of the 2017 legislative session include: Restructuring Economic Development: House Bill 226 restructures the way Delaware attracts good-paying jobs to Delaware and keeps them here, with a focus on entrepreneurship, innovation and small business development. Modernizing […]




Governor Carney’s Statement on General Assembly’s Failure to Pass a Budget

DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney early Saturday morning issued the following statement on the General Assembly’s failure to reach a budget agreement: “I’m deeply disappointed that the General Assembly has failed to reach an agreement to pass a balanced budget, and a responsible long-term financial plan. The people of Delaware expect us to responsibly […]




Governor Carney’s Statement on Economic Development and Coastal Zone Legislation

DOVER, Del. – Governor John Carney on Thursday released the following statement on the passage of House Bill 226, which would restructure Delaware’s economic development efforts, and House Bill 190, which would allow for the responsible redevelopment of 14 industrial sites within the Coastal Zone. These two pieces of legislation were key economic priorities for […]




Commissioner Phelps Announces Selection to Lead Re-Entry Programs, Reduce Recidivism

Jim Elder, new Bureau Chief of Community Corrections, oversees re-entry programs at the Wilmington HOPE Commission DOVER, Del. – Department of Correction Commissioner Perry Phelps on Thursday announced the selection of Jim Elder – the Director of Clinical Services for Re-entry Programming at the Wilmington HOPE Commission – to lead DOC’s efforts to help offenders […]