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Former state Supreme Court justice, corporate law expert Andrew Moore, 83

Andrew G.T. Moore II, retired Justice of the Supreme Court of Delaware and a leading figure in Delaware corporate law cases, died  on Monday. He was 83 years old.The announcement was made by Gibbons...

Ground broken on first phase of 350-unit apartment complex at former Bancroft Mills site

Louis J. Capano III of Capano Residential and Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki participated in a groundbreaking ceremony for a new 346-unit apartment development complex in Wilmington’s newest community of Rockford Falls. The new apartments will...

Christiana Care wins honors for virtual reality technology that helps patients get through chemotherapy

Christiana Care Health System   won the 2018 Magnet Prize from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) for using virtual reality technology to improve patients’ experience during chemotherapy at Christiana Care’s Helen F. Graham Cancer...

Energize Delaware provides loan for Sussex school’s solar array

Energize Delaware   participated in The Jefferson School’s groundbreaking celebration for their new 141 kW solar array with battery backup. The system is part of larger expansion of The Jefferson School’s campus, and in keeping...

W7Energy wins first FastPass innovation award

W7Energy has been named the winner of the first  University of Delaware   FastPass Award. This award grants W7Energy an equity free start-up package, including operational and financial support valued at $50,000, and is provided by...

Sussex Tech spells out applicant lottery process

The  Sussex Technical Board of Education moving toward  a freshman admissions policy that spells out  past practices and puts the random lottery process formally in the hands of the href="https://www.dataservice.org/">state Data Service Center. Sussex Tech...

Lawsuit filed by Delaware and dozens of stares expands to price fixing 300...

A lawsuit filed by Delaware and other  states over an alleged “generic drug” price fixing cartel has been expanded to 300 drugs, the    Washington Post    reported. The suit has expanded from a few drugs...

Firefly Music Festival announces line up

Firefly Music Festival  has announced its lineup for the three day event in June. https://youtu.be/d6no7PEaG_k Performers at the festival that runs  from June 21-23   include Panic at the Disco, Death Cab for Cutie and  Vampire Weekend. The...

River & Bay gets $22M grant to help protect Memorial  Bridge from ship damage.

Delaware’s congressional delegation announced that the Delaware River & Bay Authority will receive a $22.5 million federal grant that will help  protect the Delaware Memorial Bridge. The DRBA is a two-state agency that operates the...

DNREC extends deadline for comments on construction slag plant on Christiana Ave.

In response to requests from people who attended a November  DNREC public hearing on Walan Specialty Construction Products, LLC’s application for a  permit, the department has extended the public comment period on the company’s...

The fair workweek –  Could it come to Delaware?

Good afternoon, Neighboring Philadelphia moved toward the bleeding edge when it comes to “workers rights” issues. The council overwhelmingly passed a fair workweek law  that requires larger employers with many locations  to post schedules a couple of...

Abessinio Foundation makes $16 million gift to Salesianium’s stadium, endowment fund

Salesianum School, Wilmington,  announced a  $16 million gift from the Rocco A. and Mary Abessinio Foundation to fund a new multi-use stadium complex and support the school's endowment. This gift is the third largest to...