By Mike Ritter | 02.07.18 08:56:23Local news is an essential part of our daily lives, and we’re looking to get more and more of our news on the web.
We’re constantly looking for ways to increase the accessibility of the news, whether it’s through social media, news aggregators or the ability to download local newspapers for offline viewing.
The Delaware Public Access Project (DPAP) is working to create a new online tool that would provide local news for residents in all 50 states.
DAP is a Delaware State agency that develops and implements policies that improve the accessibility and quality of local government information.
With help from the Delaware News Media Association, we’re using the resources of the DAP to help educate and promote the Delaware news media.
The goal is to provide residents with a more robust and accessible way to access local news in Delaware.
The new DAP website will be available to the public this month.
It will include information on local news coverage and news sources and features a selection of local news stories.
This is the first time a state agency has worked to create an online news service for residents of Delaware.
Local news is important to the state, and the DPAP will be providing support for a variety of local media.
We have a long history of providing information and advocacy to residents of the state of Delaware, and this is an important step in that direction.
We want to continue to be a resource for the local media in Delaware, whether that’s local news organizations, local radio stations, news outlets, news sites or newspapers.
The DPA is also a partner with the Delaware Department of Administration (DDA) to provide services that allow people to access government information in the state through digital tools.
The partnership with DDA will allow the public to access and review the state’s official government website, which is a digital version of the official Delaware Department Website.
The site has been online since 2008.
The main goal of this partnership is to ensure that residents of both states have access to the information they need to make informed decisions and to make their communities stronger.
For more information about the DAPI, visit www.dpap.org or call Delaware Department at 302-627-4064.
If you’re looking for local news from Delaware, check out this article from the New York Times: The Delaware Senate voted last month to authorize the state to create the Dapi News and Information System.
The legislation allows Delawareans to search and access news, local programs, programs and events from other states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
For additional information about this initiative, visit: http://www.delaware.gov/senate/senator/index.shtml#new-delaware