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Fears of fentanyl: From the Publisher

Here readers will find a package of stories about fentanyl, the synthetic opioid that is now a major contributor to both fatal and nonfatal drug overdoses in Delaware. As our team …

DOVER — The bags of heroin came from Philadelphia. And it only took one to knock Holly Rybinski out. When she regained consciousness, she said she could tell something was different. She …
For the Delaware State Police, overdose response has become all too familiar. And, for those victims who do not survive, the potent synthetic opioid fentanyl is all too often a …
DOVER — After 11 years as a paramedic in Kent County, Kevin Cottle has realized that overdose victims come from all walks of life, with fentanyl often contributing to their …
When interacting with people who suffer from substance abuse or mental health disorders, sworn officers are now utilizing care managers, peers and/or crisis intervention services to divert …
Pine Haven

In July 2022, Elmer Jefferson’s landlord told him he had until the end of August to leave his home, a community called Pine Haven. The manufactured home community and campground where Mr. Jefferson lives in his camper would soon be sold, the landlord said, and the incoming buyers wanted him — and all of his neighbors in campers — out.

LINCOLN — In July, Elmer Jefferson’s landlord told him he had until the end of August to leave his home, a community called Pine Haven.
H2O in the 302

The series “H2O in the 302” dived into issues surrounding water in the First State. With reporting from Craig Anderson, Logan B. Anderson, Joe Edelen, Mike Finney, Matt McDonald, Konner Metz, Kirit Minhas and, Glenn Rolfe the endeavor investigated and explained Delaware’s connection to water. From the economic impact of the Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean to the state’s rivers and streams and drinking water.

Saltwater, the offshore attraction that lures vacationers in waves to Delaware’s beaches to swim, surf, boat and fish, is under the microscope.