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NextFab New Addition to Wilmington’s Creative District

Collaborative workspace to expand operations and programs to Wilmington Wilmington, DE  – NextFab Studio, LLC, d.b.a. NextFab (“NextFab”) will soon expand operations south of Philadelphia and open a makerspace in downtown Wilmington with assistance from a $350,000 Delaware Strategic Fund grant recently approved by the Council on Development Finance. “Known for our willingness to embrace […]




Governor Markell Orders Flags Lowered for Victims of Attacks in Paris

Governor Markell has ordered the American and Delaware flags at state buildings and facilities lowered as a mark of respect for the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13.




Governor, state officials, service providers mark success of community-based pretrial supervision initiatives

Governor Jack Markell, corrections officials, and non-profit service providers today visited the Rick VanStory Resource Center (RVRC) in Wilmington to mark the one year anniversary of an innovative partnership with the Department of Correction and highlight the state’s ongoing efforts to strengthen community-based pretrial supervision programs for low risk defendants whose needs for treatment and services outweigh their risks to public safety.




Governor Markell Orders Flags Lowered in Honor of Family Court Judge Alan N. Cooper

Governor Markell has ordered the American and Delaware flags lowered on Thursday, October 22, in honor of Family Court Judge Alan N. Cooper and his many years of public service to the State of Delaware.




Governor Markell Orders Flags Lowered in Honor of Former Representative Charles P. West

Governor Markell has ordered the American and Delaware flags lowered to half-staff for the passing of former State Representative Charles P. West.







 Pages Tagged With: "“Governor Markell”"

NextFab New Addition to Wilmington’s Creative District

Collaborative workspace to expand operations and programs to Wilmington Wilmington, DE  – NextFab Studio, LLC, d.b.a. NextFab (“NextFab”) will soon expand operations south of Philadelphia and open a makerspace in downtown Wilmington with assistance from a $350,000 Delaware Strategic Fund grant recently approved by the Council on Development Finance. “Known for our willingness to embrace […]




Governor Markell Orders Flags Lowered for Victims of Attacks in Paris

Governor Markell has ordered the American and Delaware flags at state buildings and facilities lowered as a mark of respect for the victims of the terrorist attacks in Paris on November 13.




Governor, state officials, service providers mark success of community-based pretrial supervision initiatives

Governor Jack Markell, corrections officials, and non-profit service providers today visited the Rick VanStory Resource Center (RVRC) in Wilmington to mark the one year anniversary of an innovative partnership with the Department of Correction and highlight the state’s ongoing efforts to strengthen community-based pretrial supervision programs for low risk defendants whose needs for treatment and services outweigh their risks to public safety.




Governor Markell Orders Flags Lowered in Honor of Family Court Judge Alan N. Cooper

Governor Markell has ordered the American and Delaware flags lowered on Thursday, October 22, in honor of Family Court Judge Alan N. Cooper and his many years of public service to the State of Delaware.




Governor Markell Orders Flags Lowered in Honor of Former Representative Charles P. West

Governor Markell has ordered the American and Delaware flags lowered to half-staff for the passing of former State Representative Charles P. West.