• 22 suicides

    Local effort to battle wave of military suicides picks up steam

      Jacob DiSabatino, a junior at St. Mark’s High School, has launched a campaign to stop suicides among members of the military. The effort, according to a post in Town Square Delaware, was founded by Brian Kinsella, a Second Lieutenant and platoon leader, who, according to the post, had his first brush with solider suicide […]

  • legislative-hall

    Delaware’s bigger problem? A possible $100 million deficit — NewsWorks

    Here is Doug Rainey’s commentary: It is hard to find much to like about the $3.9 billion state budget that was signed by the governor shortly before the sun came up on Wednesday. The budget manages to eke out the usual 2.5 percent spending increase by tapping into one-time settlement funds and pruning expenses. Revenues […]

  • Crime Scene

    Dozens of arrests made in drug, home invasion criminal enterprise case

    (The following was released by the Delaware Attorney General’s Office)  Georgetown- In February 2015, the Delaware State Police and the Delaware Department of Justice began planning an operation designed to proactively impact violent crime in Sussex and Kent Counties.  This operation targeted subjects participating in an organized criminal enterprise.  Members of this network were active participants […]

  • St. Francis

    St. Francis, Medical Society form accountable care partnership for Medicare patients

    Saint Francis Healthcare is partnering with the Medical Society of Delaware’s subsidiary, MedNet, to form the accountable care organization (ACO), Delaware Care Collaboration. The partnership aims to improve the way care is provided for Medicare patients across the state. This collaboration will improve the patient experience while providing access to medical care through a coordinated, […]

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    Check out the July 1-July 7, 2015 Business Bulletin

    Frontier Airlines flies away for good and Delaware ranks high when it comes to job issues related to pay and the cost of living. CLICK HERE   to check these stories and and other updates in  this  week’s  edition of the Bulletin.The Bulletin comes free of charge in an easy-to-read format ideal  for your laptop, tablet,  or smartphone with […]

  • Budget signing

    Governor signs $3.9 billion budget as GOP legislators get modest concessions

    Gov.  Jack Markell signed  a $3.9 billion  2016 budget early Wednesday morning. The budget contains  increases in motor vehicle fees in another   temporary fix for the state’s transportation funding woes. Earlier plans to cut the state’s already modest aid to cities and counties via real estate taxes were abandoned as local  governments mobilized against […]

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