Archive for 2014
First for Friday, March 7, 2014
Delaware works to rebuild its blue collar work base, Senator Tom Carper on the aftermath of the Affordable Care Act, Delaware creates a task force to handle hoarders, and the American Sign Language poetry.
First for Friday, February 28, 2014
Wilmington's mayor continues to look for a new police chief, Delaware's student dropout rate is down, the Wilmington Library enjoys its renovations, Brother Ronald Gionnone helps the city's poor, and the Hotel du Pont turns 100.
First for Friday, February 21, 2014
The Nurse Family Partnership aims to help low income mothers improve their parenting skills; Transportation Secretary Shailen Bhatt talks about snow and gas increases; Creative Grandparenting expands mentoring; and inside Delaware's Clayton Theater.
First for Friday, February 14, 2014
Delaware considers the ban the box bill, dreaming of better weather at the Shoreline Garden Railroad, update with Rob Tornoe, "Specialisterne" hones in on skills of people on the autism spectrum, the Hagley Museum preserves Delaware's history, and Sunday Breakfast Mission helps the homeless.
First Extra: Legislative Hall Edition
This special edition of First features interviews with various members of the General Assembly on a variety of topics such as the economy, job growth and education.
First for Friday, February 7, 2014
An update on Wilmington’s crime plan, JoanPirrung and Dr. Sandra Medinilla share stories from inside the emergency room of Christiana Care Hospital, University of Delaware’s ice skating team prepares for competition, ethnic eats in Delaware, and artist Knicoma Frederick.
First for Friday, January 31, 2014
DART updates the way it provides service for those with disabilities; a brief look at Governor Markell's budget proposal; First Person city councilman Bud Freel addresses city shootings; the polar vortex effects the Cape May Lewes Ferry; and an artist thinking outside the box.
First for Friday, January 24, 2014
Coverage of Governor Jack Markell's 2014 Delaware State of the State address with issues including manufacturing and unemployment, crime in the city of Wilmington, state finances; a task force tackles hoarding; and inside Jupiter Records.
First: Governor Markell’s State of the State Address
Governor Markell's State of the State Address
First for Friday, January 17, 2014
Delaware addresses minimum wage, Treasurer Chip Flowers reacts to issues with Governor Markell, Rob Tornoe on Chip Flowers, Wilmington's changing riverfront, a tribute to Lou Angeli, and hometown pride in downtown Milford.
First for Friday, January 10, 2014
Delaware Planned Parenthood update, a chat with Delaware Heath & Human Services Secretary Rita Landgraf, a conversation with Senator Tom Carper, an update on Delaware public schools, and the "2014 edition" of Wilmington Library.