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2 hrs ago | The News Journal
A task force charged with recommending changes to Delaware's election laws sidestepped reforming campaign finance practices that a special prosecutor's report found promoted a 'cynical 'pay-to-play'' political culture.
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Gov. Jack Markell chats during a meeting with the Milton Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday.
8 hrs ago | Examiner.com
So you've got your basketball jones going because the high school season ended last weekend, and now you're looking at nine months before the next scholastic campaign.
The counteroffensive launched by Gov. Markell and other governors in defense of the Common Core academic standards underscores the tensions in our polarized politics and the fractured nature of education reform in this country.
Lawmakers working on a spending plan for state roads will come up with an alternative to Gov. Jack Markell's 10-cent gas tax increase if they decide to reject it, and some offered their own ideas Tuesday.
This week the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association hosts its Summit on Legislation, Policy, and Infrastructure Finance .
Bob Wheatley, chairman of the Sussex County Planning and Zoning Commission, has thrown his hat in the ring for another county elected position.
JPMorgan Chase would receive a $1.5 million taxpayer grant to support 500 new Delaware jobs under a deal being offered by economic development officials in Gov. Jack Markell's administration.
Days after Gov. Jack Markell proposed a new water tax for property owners, some lawmakers offered their first hint of resistance, raising concerns that included creation of a dedicated pot of money that could be raided in the future.
'Basically, this is a well-intentioned effort to pull together resources from two or three groups to do land conservation in places where the market value prevents it.'
In an effort to preserve 242 acres just west of Port Penn, state and county officials proposed paying more than 18 times what the state typically spends to buy farmland development rights.
Advanced Placement Literature instructor Terry Pruitt, at left, discusses with her students their latest test at McKean High School.
Delaware is looking to make college classes more available to low income high school students.