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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

State to launch small-scale test of mobile driver’s license

The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) has launched a mobile driver license pilot study that will run for six months. The pilot, which includes approximately 200 state employees and stakeholders, is designed to test...

Transportation discussion by Carney, DelDOT chief covers a lot of ground

Gov. John Carney defended a controversial DART decision to “ de-hub”  buses converging on Wilmington’s Rodney Square in a wide-ranging Facebook Live discussion on  Tuesday night Carney held the event at the state’s Transportation Management...

Fortunoff to open Backyard Store at Fashion Center

The Fortunoff Backyard Store is planning to open its second location in the Christiana Fashion Center.  The retailer has nearly three  dozen locations in the Delaware Valley, the New York City suburbs and Florida. The Fortunoff...

Health & Social Services, Wilm U to train staff in finding trauma...

The Department of Health and Social Services is partnering with Wilmington University to train more than 1,000  of its employees in better assessing and addressing the needs of clients statewide, many of whom have...

Liveris to step down next month as DowDuPont chairman

DowDuPont today  announced that Andrew N. Liveris will exit as Executive Chairman, and  retire this summer from  Materials Science Division of the company. Liveris and  DowDuPont CEO Edward Breen engineered the merger and upcoming separation...

Gas price down slightly as market remains volatile

Delaware motorists are still waiting for a spike in gas prices. Two storms and a lack of disruptions in supply delayed the inevitable process of refinery turnarounds and conversions to summer fuel have not yet...

Carney signs bill that lowers felony barriers in seeking barber, cosmetology licenses

Gov.  John Carney signed legislation that will help improve opportunities for Delawareans with criminal histories seeking cosmetology and barber licenses. Sponsored by Rep. J.J. Johnson, House Bill 97 removes roadblocks so a criminal history will...

State Police report multiple instances of skimmers at ATMs, gas stations

The Delaware State Police Financial Crimes Units are currently investigating several locations in which skimming devices have been reported throughout the state. These devices have been primarily placed at ATM’s and gas stations. Due to...

County Chamber join ports in opposing steel tariffs

The New Castle County Chamber of Commerce joined  Delaware River ports  in expressing its disappointment and concern with the Trump Administration’s intention to impose new tariffs on steel imports. President Trump signed proclamations authorizing the...

DuPont shutting down product line at Chambers Works

<span data-mce-type="bookmark" style="display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;" class="mce_SELRES_start"></span> DowDuPont is shutting down a production line at its Chamber's Works site across the Delaware River in New Jersey. "The Safety & Construction business is...