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  Over the years, some political  wags have been fond of calling  Democrats the Mommy Party and    Republicans the Daddy Party. The Mommy Party is soft-hearted and caring, eager to nourish the hungry  and provide for  the under-privileged. The Daddy Party is the no-nonsense  disciplinarian and  the  brave defender of home and country. It might be argued that these stereotypes have been reinforced […]

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The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays is seeking volunteers for its Inshore Fish Monitoring Program.

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Natural Resources Police are seeking information that could help identify a person who intentionally drove a car through a flock of snow geese on March 13 off Mulberry Knoll Road near Lewes.

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HBO released the trailer for Season 3 of the tech industry satire Silicon Valley on Friday, and it...

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SB 161, a bill proposing that all public schools start after Labor Day, was discussed by the Delaware State Senate’s Education Committee on March 16 at Legislative Hall in Dover.

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A secretary’s order to close a conditionally approved shellfish harvest area in Rehoboth Bay, effective March 16, recently was issued by Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Secretary David Small.

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Joe Santos, who played Lt. Dennis Becker on

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The 2016 All-State Basketball teams, selected by media and coaches, were released Friday afternoon.

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The Ride to the Tide, a police-escorted motorcycle ride benefiting Special Olympics Delaware, will begin at 11:30 a.m. April 17 at Rommel Harley-Davidson, 450 Stadium St., Smyrna.

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The Delaware State Senate Republican Caucus announced its support for the Delaware Housing Coalition’s request to focus the remaining $29 million from the mortgage crisis settlement on housing-related programs.

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The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Mosquito Control Section will spray for mosquitos March 19 and 22.

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