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Monday, October 23, 2017

Newark Police seek public's help after search fails to find retired UD...

The Newark Police Department are asking for the public's help, after a weekend search failed to find a retired University of Delaware professor . Officers said  John Dohms, 64,   was found missing from...

(Video) AstraZeneca's fight against bacteria, viruses that resist antibiotics

http://youtu.be/YFX6J6y5iWQ AstraZeneca release a video on its strategy of taking on the battle against bacteria and viruses that resist antibiotics. The company, which has research, administrative and manufacturing sites in Delaware, recently announced a...

River and Bay Authority makes 1st move toward new ferries

Delaware River and Bay Authority photo; The Delaware River and Bay Authority is seeking naval architect services regarding the possible replacement of car ferries. Bids on the consulting services are due on Oct. 4. The five vessels...

Annual fall festival in Newark slated for today on The Green – UDaily

Newark's annual fall festival, Community Day, will be held from 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 16, on The Green at the University of Delaware. Sponsored by the city's Parks and Recreation Department, in cooperation with...

Buick-GMC no longer on Newark's auto row

Newark's auto row is a little smaller with the departure of  Nucar Buick-GMC. The dealership on Cleveland Avenue closed in early September with a sign on the showroom door announcing that General Motors had bought...

Scalessa's makes a tasty return

We got a chance to visit the newly reopened Cafe Scalessa over the weekend, The restaurant-night spot is back at its old location on Greenhill Avenue in Wilmington and it's better than ever as...

Christiana Trust debuts videocasts

WSFS Financial Corp., parent company of WSFS Bank, announced that Scott A. Armiger, chief investment officer of Christiana Trust, a division of WSFS,  initiated the first of a series of monthly videocasts. The inaugural videocast,...

Sunny summer aids Rehoboth parking revenue

A sunny  summer in Rehoboth Beach led to strong parking revenues, despite a change to a system that reduces the number of tickets and a decision to not raise rates. The Cape Gazette  reports  the...

WSFS exits federal TARP program

WSFS Financial has exited the Troubled Asset Relief Capital Purchase Program (TARP). The WSFS board, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing, approved a move to repurchase a warrant from the government for $1.8...

Tony Luke's headed to Del., N-J blog reports

Roast pork and cheese  steak seller Tony Luke’s is  coming to the northern edge of Delaware. The popular Second Helpings blog of News Journal food columnist Patricia Talorico reports that a Tony Luke’s will open...