DART's stuff the bus federal money

$66 million in federal bucks will go to 29 state nonprofits

Sam HautGovernment, Headlines

Twenty-nine Delaware organizations, mostly community centers involved in work with families, children and healthcare, will get a share of $65.9 million of federal money, politicians announced Monday. The money being split comes from the US Department of the Treasury‚Äôs Capital Investment Fund, which has been used to fund broadband and community programs nationwide using money from the American Rescue Plan. …

A SITE intern working on baking Valentine's Day treats. (Brandywine FaceBook)

Brandywine program preps special needs students for workforce 

Jarek RutzHeadlines, Education

Brandywine School District has been helping students with special needs land trade jobs for nearly two decades. Nazim Bailey, a 20-year-old in his second year with Brandywine’s Skills for Independence, Transition and Employment (SITE) Program, said his experience has made him a leader and mentor to his peers. ‚ÄúThis has helped me not only be an intern in the workforce, …