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Thursday, October 15, 2020
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(Opinion column) Port of Wilmington controversy simmers

The controversy continues to simmer  over negotiations between the state and oil shipping giant Kinder Morgan over a plan to privatize the Port of Wilmington. Gov. Jack Markell did sign a bill that gives legislators...
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Fox Rothschild signs 11 yr. lease, adds 3,000 sq. ft.

Keystone Property Group, announced  that Fox Rothschild LLP  signed an 11-year lease for 20,184 square feet on the second and third floors at Citizens Bank Center, an 18-story, 221,686-square-foot office building at 919 North...
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Bloom fuel cells tested by Target chain

Discount chain Target is testing Bloom fuel cells at two of its California stores. Site work is under way on a  Bloom  manufacturing plant at the University of Delaware STAR Campus, the former Chrysler plant. According...
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Kudos – Christiana Care makes top 100 list

An  independent analysis of the quality, safety and efficiency of care provided by nearly 3,000 hospitals across the country rates Christiana Care Health System in the top 100.In the 100 Top Hospitals list released...
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Bob Dylan coming to Carpenter Center in April

Bob Dylan and his band will appear with special guest Dawes at the University of Delaware's Bob Carpenter Center at 8 p.m., Friday, April 12. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m., Friday, March 8,...
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Small business brings hope to east side: NewsWorks

A small business is lending a helping hand to restore quality of life through employment in a rundown area of Wilmington. The husband and wife team Frank and Donna Masley, owners of Masley Enterprises, recently...
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Sulfur dioxide released at Delaware City Refinery

The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control reported the release of 394 pounds of sulfur dioxide at the Delaware City Refinery on Saturday morning. The release took place over 15 minutes during a...
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Woman accused of stealing customers’ debit card numbers

New Castle County Police have arrested a Middletown businesswoman accused of stealing debit card numbers. The suspect was identified as Asa Jones, 40, of the 200 block of Patriots Way in Elkton, Md. She faces charges...
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Merchants committee meeting

The Merchants Committee of the Downtown Newark Alliance meet recently at the Louviers Federal Credit Union.  The alliance is a partnership  of  the private sector, the University of Delaware and the City of Newark....
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Claymont pub-restaurant gets off to a strong start

By Diane Kukich, University of Delaware  McTullio’s Pub sits just a parking lot away from the Pennsylvania state line, but its location in Delaware gave owner Barbara Tullio access to an invaluable resource in the Delaware...