About the Delaware State News

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Headquartered in Dover, the state’s capital, the Delaware State News is downstate Delaware’s dominant daily newspaper.

Print edition

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Electronic Edition

Our e-newspaper is a digital replica of the print edition. The rate for unlimited digital access, which includes the e-edition and content at delawarestatenews.net, is $9.99 per month. Try a free demo.

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Archives

The Delaware State News’s online archive contains staff-written and other selected articles from 1991 to the present. Searches are free. You may purchase individual articles for $2.95 or select a package for multiple articles.

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About Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA

The Delaware State News is a proud member of Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA and part of a non-profit journalistic trust.

Independent Newsmedia Inc. USA is a unique publishing and printing company that supports every American’s First Amendment rights and encourages and assists citizens in exercising those rights responsibly.

We pursue this mission by publishing community newspapers, by providing printing services to other publishers, and by creating citizen-driven community websites for the 21st Century and beyond. Our unique structure is designed to maintain our independence.

We pay taxes like any other company, but there are no shareholders, no dividends are paid, and all after-tax profits are reinvested in serving our mission.  We are held in sacred trust by a rotating group of five trustees who believe in our mission and are pledged not to benefit personally from their involvement.

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Our pledge to our readers makes us different

We pledge:

  • To operate our newspapers and websites as members of a sacred public trust.
  • To report the news with honesty, accuracy, purposeful neutrality, fairness, objectivity, fearlessness and compassion.
  • To use our opinion pages to facilitate community debate, not to push our own opinions.
  • To provide the information citizens need to make their own intelligent decisions about public issues.
  • To help our communities become better places to live and work, through our dedication to conscientious journalism.
  • To treat people with courtesy, respect and compassion.
  • To provide a right to reply to those we write about.
  • To disclose our own conflicts of interest or potential conflicts to our readers.
  • To correct our errors and to give each correction the prominence it deserves (on pg. 1 if that’s where the error was).