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Buccini/Pollin Group reports $300 million in lease deals

The Buccini/Pollin Group report the execution of nearly one million square feet and $300 million in lease transactions. BPG executed over 75 new and renewal deals, representing stability across its commercial portfolio despite uncertainty in...
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Daily coronavirus cases hover around 400 as hospital visits show uptick

(Post may load slowly, due to graphics) The Monday coronavirus  report from the Delaware Division of Public Health showed new cases hovering around the 400 mark. Cases have been on the rise since the end...
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Peloton cries foul after federal warning urges parents with kids and...

Peloton, an  exercise machine company with a showroom in Christiana Mall, fired back  after a federal  Consumer Products Safety Commission warning  issued Saturday called for  families with children or pets to stop using  its...
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Wilmington area leasing market feeling the effects of office downsizing

According to a Newmark report, the northern Delaware office market is beginning to take a hit from the coronavirus pandemic. The commercial real estate firm reported that the Wilmington area office sector remained relatively stable...
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Troopers seek man on assault, firearms charges after incident at Stanton car lot

Delaware State Police are  are  seeking 31-year-old Dereck Wells who is wanted for felony assault and related charges after an incident at a used car lot. The incident occurred on April 9  at about  4:24...
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Bloom energy says fuel cells in New York metro area will ease stress on...

Bloom Energy  is deploying  more than 40 megawatts of fuel cell production in the Northeast through a series of agreements under a Community Distributed Generation (CDG) program.The initial  projects are in the  New York...
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St. Georges Tech students to explore gene editing with newly developed tool kit

St. Georges Technical High School in southern New Castle County will be the  first high school in the United States to use ChristianaCare Gene Editing Institute’s innovative CRISPR in a Box Educational Toolkit  in...
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Robbins Diamonds won’t rock much longer as jeweler announces closing

Robbins Delaware Diamonds store plans to close after nearly a quarter-century. The store near the Delaware Tech Stanton Campus and Christiana Mall is owned by brothers Gordon and Jason Robbins. Robbins focused its heavy broadcast advertising...
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State rental assistance program resumes on Monday

The Delaware Housing Assistance Program has been relaunched. Landlords and tenants can apply for assistance beginning Monday, March 22, using the Delaware State Housing Authority's application portal. The program  provides financial assistance to renters experiencing unemployment or...
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Giving back: Do More 24 raises nearly $2 million; Habitat offers Healthy Home Repair...

Do More 24 Delaware raised nearly $2 million in the 24 hours between 6 p.m. March 4 and 6 p.m. March 5, shattering last year’s grand total and pumping in more than 10,000 donations...