DOVER — After a two-month hiatus, the Delaware General Assembly will resume its session virtually May 26. The first order of business: Pass a resolution to hold session over video-streaming […]
Keep up with the latest news affecting Delaware’s business community by signing up for our e-newsletter. DOVER – The Delaware legislature is shutting down amid the response to the coronavirus […]
With Delaware confirming its first positive coronavirus cases, the state has been swept into the nation’s wave of concern regarding large public gatherings, which carry a higher risk for transmission […]
Is hypocrisy an issue in Delaware politics? Each of us should tread carefully in answering that provocative question, lest we “cast the first stone.” However, when it comes to hypocrisy […]
Nonprofits could get $8.9 million less from the state next year. The state meted out $45.9 million in grant-in-aid money to nonprofits for 2017, but Delaware is facing a $382 […]
by Sam Waltz Founding publisher Delaware’s courtrooms often are the venue for major shootouts of a global scale. But rarely do Delaware’s courts, and their judges, justices and chancellors, become […]
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