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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Viewpoint: Another paper takes the digital paywall route

Does Philly.com have enough unique content to justify the change? The Philadelphia Inquirer-Daily News website (Philly.com) Tuesday this week moved to a paywall for nonsubscribers. According to WHYY Newsworks, the paywall will limit out-of-towners to a...
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Court orders private school in Dover to stop charging for diplomas, services

A private school in Dover  that has operated under many aliases has been ordered to stop charging for educational services and diplomas,  following consumer complaints. A state Superior Court judge has held the Bright Rock Christian...

Delmarva Power seeks natural gas, electric rate hike

Delmarva Power has filed requests with the Delaware Public Service Commission for approval to recover $24.4 million in electric investments and $12.9 million in natural gas spending. Based on these requests, a typical electric residential...

TransPerfect group vows to fight on in seeking seek floor vote on legislation

Philip Shaw blasts action by Senate committee Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware vows to continue its efforts to pass a new law in Delaware, despite fading prospects for a vote in this legislative session. In the...

Roe comes out swinging at Coastal Zone bill

The prime opponent of the Newark Data Center/power plant has come out swinging against a bill that would reduce regulatory barriers to redevelopment in the Coastal Zone. Amy Roe issued a release attacking the legislation...

Online Media kit, Delaware Business Now

Delaware Business Now offers the powerful combination of a breaking news website combined with a five-day-a-week newsletter with breaking news E-blasts when warranted. It adds up to a great way to reach key decision makers...

Goldey-Beacom apologizes for mailer making light of music majors

Goldey-Beacom College, Pike Creek,  is taking heat for a direct mail piece seeking pep band members that made fun of the income potential of music majors and touted its business programs. The mailer went viral...