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Here is the Question of the Day: Warren Jones has spent 25 years representing some of the First State’s finest during his time with the Delaware Volunteer Firefighter’s … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Gov. John Carney signed the Healthy Delaware Families Act into Delaware Code this week. The law provides eligible full-time workers in the First State with paid … more
Here is the Question of the Day: High winds from a storm that’s been hanging around the coastal area since Mother’s Day weekend are wreaking havoc with flooding and beach erosion, even … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Baby formula shortages have been reported across the country, said to be due to supply disruptions, stockpiling, a safety recall and the closing of a Michigan … more
Here is the Question of the Day: House Bill 238, approved last week and sent to a Senate committee, would remove the limitation of charter schools giving preference to students who live … more
Here is the Question of the Day: The FDA has proposed banning menthol flavor in cigarettes and cigars, saying that it would prevent deaths from smoking. The menthol masks the harshness of smoking, increasing its appeal to young people. Did you start smoking using menthol products? If you quit smoking, how did you do it? more
Here is the Question of the Day: The State of Delaware held a ceremony last week and the Delaware Division of Public Health dedicated a tree in remembrance of 2,919 Delawareans who died from … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Delaware native and actor Ryan Phillippe took note of the grand atmosphere at last week’s NASCAR Cup Series race while driving the pace car. “This is … more
Here is the Question of the Day: NFL experts gave the Eagles and Ravens high marks for their picks during last week's NFL Draft. How do you think your favorite team did?  Join the … more
Here is the Question of the Day: A plan to provide homeless individuals small homes as a springboard to self-sufficiency has been endorsed by Georgetown officials, and discussion continues … more
Question of the Day: What’s your favorite prom trend?  Here is the Question of the Day: Prom season is underway, which brings the "promposal," where kids publicly and creatively … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Former Delaware Gov. Pierre S. “Pete” du Pont IV, who died in May 2021, was memorialized at a service Saturday. Among those paying tribute was … more
Here is the Question of the Day: The coronavirus pandemic was the impetus for Dr. Charlie Wilson to begin putting to paper his memories and anecdotes. “I started to write some of my life … more
Here is the Question of the Day: A congressional stalemate over funding related to the coronavirus could result in the U.S. losing its first-in-line place for COVID-19 vaccines and treatments. … more
Here is the Question of the Day: NASCAR makes its next stop today at the Monster Mile, and the tripleheader is the first full-fan-capacity race since 2019. Along with a Jimmie Allen concert, other … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Dover resident Tom Anderson was honored recently as a recipient of a Congressional Gold Medal for his service during World War II. Drafted into the Army at 18, he … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Little League season has begun. Smyrna-Clayton and Dover teams took the field after opening day ceremonies on Saturday. How are you supporting your favorite … more
Here is the Question of the Day: The #GetOnBoardDE initiative will host school board election forums beginning with two events this evening. Organized by First State Action Fund and education and … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Netflix stock experienced a one-day tumble of 35 percent after its first subscriber loss in at least a decade, down 67% from its November all-time high. Changes … more
Here is the Question of the Day: Delaware’s Great Outdoors columnist Rich King recently wrote about why he chooses to surf fish on Delaware beaches using an off-peak tag instead of a regular … more
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