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Division of Health offers details on contact tracing visits

Delaware Division of Health Community Health employees are conducting contact tracing and case investigations. The department, worried about scam artists who might pose as health care workers, spelled out details of how the teams will...
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Solid Waste Authority to open Newark Recycling Center in early July

DSWA’s new Newark Recycling Center is slated to open in early July. This center will feature single-stream recycling bins, styrofoam recycling, six-day a week electronics recycling, weekly Household hazardous waste collection and monthly paper shredding....
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Division of Small Business offers downloadable signs for Phase 1 business openings

The Delaware Division of Small Business is making resources available to small businesses as they move into Phase 1 of Delaware's Economic Recovery on June 1. Along with the Delaware Emergency Management Agency, DSB has...
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Carney appoints advisory group to plan for possible 2nd wave of coronavirus

Gov. John Carney on Monday signed Executive Order #39, creating a Pandemic Resurgence Advisory Committee to plan for a potential resurgence of COVID-19 in the fall. The formation of the group comes as the state...
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New Jersey company, equity investor buy Dover cogeneration plant

DB Energy Assets, LLC, a partnership of DCO Energy, LLC, and the second flagship Basalt fund “Basalt II,”  acquired the natural gas-fired 111 MW Energy Center Dover, LLC from Clearway Energy Group, LLC.  Energy Center...
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Shupe, DuPont and Kenny roll out website designed to combat a ‘national takeover of...

A state legislator and publisher has joined with DuPont Country Club co-owner  Ben duPont and grocery store executive Chris Kenny to form a statewide news website with an electronic Sunday newspaper. DelawareLive was launched today....
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A quick look back at a turbulent May

Hello everyone, Delaware Business Now's website was cruising toward a more normal May if the term normal applies anymore. Then came Saturday night as a peaceful protest over George Floyd's death at the knee of a...
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$1.45 billion in loans issued under Payroll Protection Program went to Delaware organizations

Financial institutions have processed  more than $1.45  billion in Payroll Protection Program loan-grants for Delaware companies. The PPP program partially or totally forgives loans to companies and organizations that retain employees during the coronavirus crisis. While...
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March in Dover snarls traffic, looting of Dover Mall store reported

A Sunday protest in Dover over the death of George Floyd impeded traffic on Route 13 with one report of looting of a Dover Mall store. The mayor of Dover declared a state of emergency...
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State Police issue statement as protests continue after death of George Floyd

Delaware State Police issued the following statement as sometimes violent protests continued throughout the nation following the death of George Floyd. Floyd died after a Minneapolis Police officer kneeled on his neck as fellow officers...
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This is Us … and that is no longer acceptable – DSU President Tony...

By Tony Allen Allen is President of Delaware State University and a former executive at Bank of America, Wilmington. This message went out to the DSU community.   Reacting to Ahmaud Arbery’s murder in Georgia, Dean Francine...
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Food and drink: Not all steakhouses reopening in early June; lines at newly...

More restaurant openings have been announced for steak lovers, although some popular spots are sticking to takeout. Xavier Teixido's Harry's Hospitality Group announced that its flagship steak and prime rib destination Harry's Savoy Grill and...