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Christiana Care asks judge to dismiss whistleblower lawsuit

Christiana Care has filed a motion in federal court to dismiss a false claims lawsuit against it.

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State lawmakers dismiss ethics concerns raised by open government advocates

A former state lawmaker’s new business venture is raising ethical questions about legislators’ conflicts of interest.

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Courtesy of the City of Wilmington

City of Wilmington and Red Clay Consolidated School District officials have installed a bust and wall display at Warner Elementary School recognizing Fred Johnson.


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Unemployment in the First State’s dropped slightly in November.

The State Department of Labor says Delaware’s jobless rate slipped one tenth of a point from 3.9% to 3.8% percent last month.

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DNREC and other state agencies held a meeting Thursday to address public concerns about last month's chemical leak at a manufacturing site near the Delaware Memorial Bridge in New Castle.

 


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Delmarva Power is giving customers the power to “give energy” this holiday season.

 


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A new physical rehab center is set to open in Dover early next year.


Some members of the Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council (DEFAC) are nervous about their new role limiting the growth of healthcare spending.


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

An organization working to end homelessness for families with children has a new shelter in northern New Castle County.

 


Courtesy of NOAA

Heavy rains and winds are expected throughout the First State Thursday evening.

 

The National Weather Service predicts about two inches of rain in Delaware overnight creating the potential for flooding of small rivers and streams.

Gov. John Carney and state lawmakers appear to have additional money to spend in fiscal year 2020.


Rehoboth Beach swears in a new commissioner during Friday afternoon’s Board of Commissioners meeting.

 


 

New Rehoboth resident Steve Scheffer joins the six member Rehoboth board.

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