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Governor Carney Nominates Kathleen Amalfitano as Court of Common Pleas Judge in Kent County

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Friday nominated Kathleen Amalfitano to serve as a Court of Common Pleas Judge in Kent County. Amalfitano’s nomination must be confirmed by the Delaware Senate. “Kathleen’s experience and commitment to legal service in Delaware has given her the background and judgment necessary to serve on the Court of […]




Citizens Source Water Protection Committee to meet Nov. 13 in Dover

The Source Water Protection Citizens and Technical Advisory Committee of the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program will meet Nov. 13.




Delaware Libraries Celebrate Reading and Back to School

Delaware’s First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney and Delaware Libraries celebrated libraries and reading during Summer Library Reading Celebrations at the Milford Public Library and Route 9 Library and Innovation Center. The First Lady, Delaware Libraries, United Way and other partners encourage all children and teens to continue to use their most valuable school supply, a […]




DHSS Seeks Back-to-School Donations for Adopt-A-Student Program

With back-to-school shopping already well under way for Delaware families, the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) asks you to considering helping students in need get off to a good start this school year by participating in the annual Adopt-A-Student program.




DNREC to conduct water-quality dye test in Murderkill River and Delaware Bay to evaluate bay oyster beds

DOVER – The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Delaware Shellfish Program and Kent County Levy Court will conduct a week-long water quality study starting June 10 in the Murderkill River and Delaware Bay to evaluate the bay’s oyster beds. The study calls for applications of the red dye Rhodamine WT, which is commonly used in water quality and dispersion tests, and is not considered harmful to the public or the environment.







 Pages Tagged With: "Kent County"

Governor Carney Nominates Kathleen Amalfitano as Court of Common Pleas Judge in Kent County

WILMINGTON, Del. – Governor John Carney on Friday nominated Kathleen Amalfitano to serve as a Court of Common Pleas Judge in Kent County. Amalfitano’s nomination must be confirmed by the Delaware Senate. “Kathleen’s experience and commitment to legal service in Delaware has given her the background and judgment necessary to serve on the Court of […]




Citizens Source Water Protection Committee to meet Nov. 13 in Dover

The Source Water Protection Citizens and Technical Advisory Committee of the Source Water Assessment and Protection Program will meet Nov. 13.




Delaware Libraries Celebrate Reading and Back to School

Delaware’s First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney and Delaware Libraries celebrated libraries and reading during Summer Library Reading Celebrations at the Milford Public Library and Route 9 Library and Innovation Center. The First Lady, Delaware Libraries, United Way and other partners encourage all children and teens to continue to use their most valuable school supply, a […]




DHSS Seeks Back-to-School Donations for Adopt-A-Student Program

With back-to-school shopping already well under way for Delaware families, the Department of Health and Social Services (DHSS) asks you to considering helping students in need get off to a good start this school year by participating in the annual Adopt-A-Student program.




DNREC to conduct water-quality dye test in Murderkill River and Delaware Bay to evaluate bay oyster beds

DOVER – The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Delaware Shellfish Program and Kent County Levy Court will conduct a week-long water quality study starting June 10 in the Murderkill River and Delaware Bay to evaluate the bay’s oyster beds. The study calls for applications of the red dye Rhodamine WT, which is commonly used in water quality and dispersion tests, and is not considered harmful to the public or the environment.