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The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control invites photographers of all ages and skill levels to enter this year’s Delaware Watersheds Photo Contest. more
DOVER — An increase in mosquito-transmitted West Nile virus is occurring in many areas in Delaware, as indicated in sentinel chickens used by the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control to monitor for the disease. more
WILMINGTON — Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings filed a lawsuit Wednesday against agrochemical company Monsanto and two of its corporate spinoffs for alleged long-lasting damage to … more
SMYRNA — Kent County Levy Court is set to vote on a potential solar complex that, if approved, would mean the installation of about 230,000 solar panels on property east of Smyrna. more
WILMINGTON — The Climate Action Campaign and the Union of Concerned Scientists hosted a virtual press conference with advocates and experts on Thursday to highlight recent extreme weather in … more
DOVER — A steady downward trend over the past five years in the landowner discounts of permanent agricultural conservation easements selected for purchase in Delaware shows it’s a great … more
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Justin Maxson, United States Department of Agriculture Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development, recently announced that USDA will begin accepting applications on Oct. 1 … more
DOVER - As the summer comes to a close, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is encouraging community members and visitors to the First State to use their … more
DOVER — Gov. John Carney will be signing four environmental bills on Friday. HB212 increases the minimum thickness for a plastic bag to qualify as a reusable bag from 2.25 mils to 10 mils … more
GREENWOOD — Residents who live or spend time in the vicinity of Del. 16 between Judy and Century Farm roads are being advised of a positive case of rabies in a fox that bit a human Friday.  more
All three Delaware counties are under a tornado watch as the remains of Hurricane Ida come inland, according to the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, New Jersey.  more
DOVER — Increasing coastal resilience to sea level rise through natural infrastructure and dredge material is the topic of a free webinar later this month. The event will be held Tuesday, … more
LEWES — Significant parasitic infections were found in an necropsy of the fin whale that beached itself on Delaware's shore and later died last week, officials from the Marine Education, Research & Rehabilitation Institute said Monday. more
If you see it, squish it. At least that’s the modus operandi when it comes to spotted lantern flies in New Castle County. more
DOVER — It’s going to take a little more time before the nearly 15-mile Capital City Trail is completed, but with each phase that is finished, bicyclists, joggers and walkers get to enjoy another stretch of safe pathway. more
DOVER — Occurrences of a mysterious songbird illness and mortality event have decreased in the state to the extent that the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control … more
A flash flood watch is in effect for inland Kent and Sussex counties  2 a.m. through Friday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service in Mount Holly, New Jersey. An approaching … more
DOVER — Volunteers for the 34th annual Delaware Coastal Cleanup will have two options to keep the state’s beaches and waterways free of trash through an effort that also touches natural areas and neighborhoods. more
NEW CASTLE — More than 100 miles out to sea, Capt. Lauren Morgens and her crew on the Kalmar Nyckel have fished balloons and other trash out of the water more times than they can count. more
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Public Health is advising those who live or spend time near the intersection of Del. 1 and Del. 42 in Dover of a possible case of rabies in a fox that bit a human Monday. more
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