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From the Delaware Public Archives: The curious history of the Woodland Ferry

How the State of Delaware ended up with a ferry in Sussex County. Of late, the service has been shut down due to problems with the ferry.

Citizens for Pro-Business Delaware barred from conference featuring Chancellor Bouchard

Citizens for Pro-Business Delaware is protesting a decision to that barred its representatives from  the  Delaware Bar Association's Bench and Bar conference.  In attendance was Chancellor Andre  Bouchard, who served as a panelist. Bouchard's decision...

European regulators approved AstraZeneca-Merck drug for treatment of a type of advanced ovarian...

AstraZeneca and Merck announced that the European Commission approved Lynparza as a 1st-line maintenance treatment for women with a typof advanceded ovarian cancer. Dave Fredrickson, executive vice president, oncology business unit, said: “This approval sets...

Allied Universal honored by Guard and Reserve employer support group

Allied Universal, a security and facility services company in North America, was recently presented with the  Pro Patria Award given by the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve in New York. Allied Universal has 1,100...

Georgetown man indicted for allegedly engineering hoaxes that led to SWAT team...

A federal grand jury charged Rodney Phipps, 29, of Georgetown, with harassing individuals across the country by telephone via "swatting"   hoax emergency calls in order to elicit an armed police response. According to allegations...

Law notes: Bankruptcy Court, Young Conaway, Dorsey, Morris James and  Richards, Layton &  Finger

Two judges for Delaware U.S. Bankruptcy Court  sworn in On June 17, Karen B. Owens was sworn in as a United States Bankruptcy Judge for the District of Delaware. The oath was administered in a private...

Trending: Quick bite at Chuck Lager, Dinner en Blanc, Kenny’s checks...

(Send your dining-related news to drainey@delawarebusinessnow.com) Dîner en Blanc returns for second year LeDîner  en  Blanc returns to Wilmington for its second year, on September 14. Last year’s inaugural picnic attracted over 1,100  to a site...

Legal skirmishing continues after TransPerfect battle

Elizabeth Elting and Phil Shawe continue to  skimish in Chancery Court  over legal fees arising from the sale of TransPerfect. The former couple, each of whom had a 50-50 share of the translation services company,...

Winter is coming to a  government-dependent Delaware

Good afternoon everyone, The financial advice website, WalletHub rolls out a nonstop array of rankings that show up in media Email. Some can be on the shaky side, even though reports are vetted by university...

Incyte cream shows promise in treating serious skin disease

Incyte announced promising results from use of a cream version  of its blockbuster drug Jakafi in treating a skin disease known as vitiligo. The  results were  being presented at the 24th World Congress of Dermatology. “The...