Our important stories from the previous week included new tunes, an attempted child abduction, reopened roadways, robotic LEGOs, and a government watchdog report.
For those looking for urban adult contemporary, DJ McAneny tells us about a new station broadcasting right out of Wilmington--Jammin' 96.9. Be sure to check it out:
If you hadn't noticed already, there are some new tunes available on the FM dial, and they'r…
There was an attempted child abduction in Newport. Amy Cherry brings us the details:
An attempted child abduction has parents and police on high-alert in Newport.
Always out on the roadways, Mike Phillips lets us know some ramps that had been closed for a while are reopening soon:
Two highway ramps in Newport that have been closed for several weeks for reconstruction will…
Mark Fowser is keeping an eye on the openness of government, and fills you in on how Wilmington City Council violated a FOIA statute by barring a citizen from speaking:
Wilmington City Council did not follow the Freedom of Information Act Statute when a citizen was barred from making comments during a public comment session last month, according to a finding from the Delaware Attorney General's Office.
The robotics world is exploding right now, and Sean Greene lets us know about the efforts of some local high school teams building them out of LEGOs for a national competition:
Combining the skill of LEGO building with the knowledge of coding, teams throughout Delaware…