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Predictably, televised impeachment inquiry leaves Delaware divided

DOVER — Plenty of Delawareans have strong opinions about the ongoing impeachment inquiry hearing against President Trump, but Wednesday seems to have been business as usual for most downstaters. Respondents to a question on the Delaware State News’ Facebook page asking if people were watching the hearing mostly defended the president, with many calling the […]

Delaware State News

Milford City Manager announces resignation as of Dec. 31

After nearly four years of service to the city of Milford, City Manager Eric Norenberg will resign as of Dec. 31 this year, according to an email forwarded to the Delaware State News from Mr. Norenberg. Milford Mayor Archie Campbell said the city will begin the process of searching for a new city manager soon. […]

Delaware State News

Immigrant advocates rally in Baltimore before crucial Supreme Court case

Immigrants’ rights advocates rallied in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and Temporary Protected Status programs Nov. 8, 2019, in front of Baltimore City Hall. The rally represented a stop near the end of a march from the Statue of Liberty in New York City to the Supreme Court in Washington ahead of a Tuesday hearing that could decide the fate of the programs. The “Home Is Here” march began Oct. 26. Participants, many of them DACA beneficiaries, walked the whole way, sleeping in allies’ homes and church basements.

Capital News Service

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