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September 11th – Ten Years Later

In his weekly message, Delaware Governor Jack Markell talks about the tenth anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, the resiliency of the American people and the value of remembering that we are strongest when we are united.




Governor’s Weekly Message: From Extreme Weather to Extreme Home Makeover, Delawareans Pulled Together

In his weekly message, Governor Markell talks about how Delawareans recently came together, first to help build a new home for a non-profit in Sussex County and then to pull together around Hurricane Irene.




Governor Markell, Governor O’Malley Announce New Information Sharing Initiative

“Criminals and crime have no boundaries,” said Delaware Governor Jack Markell. “It’s our responsibility to work together across state lines and share information that can benefit citizens of both states, especially as technology allows us to know more and do more. By working collaboratively and using our collective knowledge, we serve everyone by making our streets and our communities safer.”







 Pages Tagged With: "publicsafety"

September 11th – Ten Years Later

In his weekly message, Delaware Governor Jack Markell talks about the tenth anniversary of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States, the resiliency of the American people and the value of remembering that we are strongest when we are united.




Governor’s Weekly Message: From Extreme Weather to Extreme Home Makeover, Delawareans Pulled Together

In his weekly message, Governor Markell talks about how Delawareans recently came together, first to help build a new home for a non-profit in Sussex County and then to pull together around Hurricane Irene.




Governor Markell, Governor O’Malley Announce New Information Sharing Initiative

“Criminals and crime have no boundaries,” said Delaware Governor Jack Markell. “It’s our responsibility to work together across state lines and share information that can benefit citizens of both states, especially as technology allows us to know more and do more. By working collaboratively and using our collective knowledge, we serve everyone by making our streets and our communities safer.”