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Monday, September 27, 2021

Incyte cream medication gets FDA OK for atopic dermatitis skin disease

The  U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved  Opzelura  (ruxolitinib) cream for the short-term and non-continuous chronic treatment of mild to moderate atopic dermatitis (AT). The cream is approved for patients 12 years of age...

Delaware toll scofflaw amnesty program gets underway on Oct. 1

The Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles will offer a three-month amnesty program for toll violators to resolve their toll debt for a fraction of the current amount. Senate Joint Resolution 5, passed by the Delaware...

$110 million ‘last mile’ project aims to give every Delaware home, business broadband...

A $110 million plan that will cover every "last mile" of Delaware with high-speed, wireline broadband internet service was unveiled on Thursday. The broadband expansion  - funded by the American Rescue Plan Act which was...

DSU offering cash management account to university community

Delaware State University has partnered with Investor Cash Management to offer a new cash management account (CMA) for students, faculty, staff, and alumni that combines a  bank account with the investment options of a brokerage account....

DSU President Allen to chair President Biden’s HBCU advisory board

President Joe  Biden plans  to appoint Delaware State University President Dr. Tony Allen, as the Chair of the President’s Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). Allen will lead the Board and...

Deadline nears for joining Delmarva Chicken Assn. electric buying group

Delmarva Chicken Association invited new and current members who are Delmarva Power customers to join its next Electric Buying Group, with a deadline to take action by Sept. 10. The current DCA Electric Buying Group...

Former state employee found guilty of theft of funds raised for staffer’s retirement...

 Dawn Hill, a former employee of the Controller General’s Office was found guilty in connection with a scheme that deprived a retiring Legislative Hall employee of  a farewell vacation overseas. The charges pertain to the...

Delaware State, with funding from Schwab, to launch financial literacy center

Delaware State University announced the launch of a new Financial Literacy Institute (FLi) with support from Schwab Advisor Services in partnership with the Charles Schwab Foundation. The company has pledged a four-year grant to facilitate...

Delaware State University provides another $2.9 million in student debt relief

Delaware State University   announced a second round of funds available for debt relief for more than 1,100 qualified students. The availability of $2.9 million was made possible by the federal  CARES Act and...

UD and DSU join Innovation Corps, a start-up business hub

Delaware State University and the University of Delaware are now  affiliated with the northeast hub of Innovation Corps – commonly known as “I-Corps.” Funded by the National Science Foundation, the I-Corps Northeast Hub is led...
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