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Carney signs executive order creating Rapid Workforce training initiative

Governor John Carney  has signed Executive Order #43, creating the Rapid Workforce Training and Redeployment Training Initiative to assist Delaware workers and their families who have lost jobs and income due to coronavirus. The workforce...
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Despite Delaware bankruptcy filing, restaurant chain says there will be no ‘Good bye...

Ruby Tuesday announced on Wednesday it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in Wilmington. "This announcement does not mean ‘Goodbye, Ruby Tuesday’ but ‘Hello, to a stronger Ruby Tuesday’. We very much appreciate your...
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TransPerfect owner Shawe settles legal disputes with former co-owner Elting

Philip R. Shawe and Elizabeth Elting have settled out of court on long-running issues related to the sale of TransPerfect, a letter from Shawe’s attorney to Delaware Chancery Court  stated. The one-time couple owned a...
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Delaware dissolves corporate vehicles used by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen

The Delaware Department of Justice announced a Court of Chancery ruling dissolving two limited liability companies owned by Michael Cohen. Cohen is the former lawyer for President Donald Trump. He was released after serving time...
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A blue wave? UD poll shows big leads for Biden, Coons, Rochester, Carney

Democratic statewide candidates and presidential nominee Joe Biden hold commanding leads, according to a University of Delaware poll. The findings from the  Center for Political Communication is closely watched, since the state is rarely polled, due...
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Delaware’s vote by mail law upheld in Chancery Court

Pennsylvania judge orders Postal Service to halt service changes Court rulings on Monday upheld  Delaware’s temporary vote-by-mail law  and ordered the US Postal Service to halt service changes that have been blamed for a mail...
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Coons reports mail-sorting machinery was re-installed at Hares Corner site

U.S. Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) praised the reported reinstallation of mail-sorting machinery  at the New Castle (Hares Corner)  USPS Mail Processing and Distribution Center. "While I'm glad to hear that changes are being made at...
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Novartis pays nearly $94,500 to settle Medicaid drug kickback case

Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced  that Delaware joined the United States, 27 other states, and the District of Columbia to settle allegations against Novartis Pharmaceuticals Corporation. Delaware’s settlement amount of $94,450.99 will go to the...
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Some Lost Wages jobless benefits recipients saw payments reversed due to eligibility glitch

The Delaware Division of Unemployment insurance continues to make payments for the Lost Wages Assistance (LWA)  program but did admit to an error in determining eligibility that resulted in some individuals having their payments...
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Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware announces grant program for justice advocacy groups

The advocacy group Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware (CPBD) announced a $100,000 fund to incubate and support local activists, advocacy groups, and nonprofits engaged in efforts for transparency, diversity, and accountability in Delaware’s state...