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Monday, September 27, 2021

Trending: City of Wilmington faces lawsuit over vehicle impounding system

The City of Wilmington faces a lawsuit over its vehicle impounding system. The action was filed by the Institute for Justice. The group litigates property rights cases across the country and challenges fines and fees.  According...

Carney seeks Major Disaster Declaration after Brandywine flooding

Gov. John Carney on Friday sent a letter to President Joe Biden requesting a Major Disaster Declaration following flooding caused by Tropical Depression Ida. The Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) in conjunction with the City...

SBA disaster loans available in New Castle, Cecil counties for those affected by Ida...

The U.S. Small Business Administration announced disaster loans for physical and economic damages due to the remnants of Hurricane Ida are now available for affected businesses, nonprofit organizations, homeowners in New Castle County and...

DelDOT bans big rigs from I-95 northbound Wilmington construction zone

Citing two-dozen  crashes in construction zones, the Delaware Department of Transportation has banned trucks with more than two axles from I-95 northbound from I-495 to north of the Brandywine River Bridge in Wilmington. The ban...

Innovation Space offering 50,000 square feet of lab space as client company ‘graduates’

The Innovation Space announced that 50,000 square feet of Class A laboratory and office space will be available in April 2022. This space, located in The Innovation Space’s headquarters building, is comprised of 33 laboratories,...

Flooding shows need for infrastructure investments

Good afternoon everyone, Recent flooding from the remnants of  Hurricane Ida in Wilmington and elsewhere brought home the need for infrastructure investments that go beyond fixing roads, bridges, and the electric grid. The flooding from a...

Law notes: Young Conaway; Richards, Layton; K&L. Gates; Robinson+Cole

Estate lawyer Nenno joins Young Conaway Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor, LLP announced that Richard W. Nenno, will be joining the firm as Senior Counsel in the Business Planning and Tax Section on October 18. Nenno...

Colonial Parking founder Richard Hatfield, 89

Colonial Parking founder Richard "Dick" Hatfield has died. He was 89. Hatfield, who was born in Hazleton, PA., started his first business at the age of 19 as the owner-operator of a service station in...

City, state announce more programs for Wilmington flood victims

Officials announced that more than 200 households affected by last week’s storm found assistance at the Disaster Recovery Resource Fair. The fair was hosted by the Department of Health and Social Services, the City of...
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