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Saturday, May 23, 2020
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National Restoration holds vehicle disinfection event

National Restoration held  what it says is the first vehicle disinfection station Saturday  between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Fairfax Shopping Center, 2213 Concord Pike in north Wilmington. The service is free for all police,...
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From WHYY: SEPTA suspends Wilmington-Newark rail line service after three employee deaths from...

SEPTA has ended rail service to Wilmington and Newark. The regional bus, rail, and trolley system had already made substantial service cuts as passenger traffic plunged. Traffic on the rail line to and from Delaware had...
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Wilmington will offer helping hand to city businesses needing access to coronavirus assistance

Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki and City Economic Development Director Jeff Flynn said city  government  will help Wilmington business owners and nonprofits gain access to assistance and funding programs. Assistance is  being offered under the federal...
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Delaware’s Incyte partnering with Novartis in determining whether blockbuster drug Jakafi can aid...

Novartis plans to initiate a Phase III clinical trial in collaboration with Delaware-based Incyte to evaluate the use of Jakafi (Jakavi outside the United States)  for the treatment of a type of severe immune...
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DuPont Building gets special financing for energy efficiency upgrade

Greenworks Lending,  a  provider of Commercial Property Assessed Clean Energy (C-PACE) financing, has closed the first C-PACE deal in the state of Delaware. The price tag is $3.9 million. The state‚Äôs first use of C-PACE...
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Delaware jobless claims top 10,700

Delaware weekly initial jobless claims topped the 10,700 mark, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Thursday. The figure was among the highest among states with smaller populations as employers struggled with the impact of a...
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3 testing positive for coronavirus work at Eastside Charter School, Wilmington public...

Employers confirmed that staffers at Wilmington's Eastside Charter School, the City of Wilmington and a DuPont Chestnut Run site were among those testing positive for coronavirus. The three are believed to be among the eight...
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Wilmington mayor invokes executive order that allows ban on sheriff sales, water cutoffs

Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki today announced that he has signed an Executive Order activating his authority under a  state of emergency, due to coronavirus. The executive order is available at this link. The broad authority...
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Christiana Care’s Wilmington drive-thru tests 536 for coronavirus

ChristianaCare's drive-thru testing for coronavirus cases screened 536 people on Friday. The testing was done at no cost, with results available within two to five days. The event did not require anyone to make an appointment...
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Iron Hill to add 21st location in Columbia, SC

 Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant  announced the signing of a lease in the BullStreet District in downtown Columbia, SC. The location is their fourth location in the South and 21st for the Wilmington-based restaurant group. Additional...