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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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    (Video) Chemours CEO rings bell at NYSE as spin-off approaches

    DuPont officially spun off Chemours on Monday with the CEO of the company ringing the symbolic bell on the New York Stock Exchange. The company is being spun off from DuPont. The headquarters for now, is in Wilmington at the former DuPont Co. headquarters. DuPont is moving to the Chestnut Run Plaza site, just outside […]

  • Slickers

    (Photo gallery) Ice cream fest goers don’t let showers spoil a good time

    The New Castle County Ice Cream Festival at Rockwood Park got off to a damp start on Saturday. Fest-goers donned their slickers and got out their umbrellas on a wet, cool day in late June. Ice cream and a variety of other treats were available along with tents that provided a refuge from showers that later […]

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    (Video) GoBabyGo cars to aid child mobility in Georgetown

    Easter Seals Delaware & Maryland’s Eastern Shore  announced the winner of its first “Bill Adami Fund for Innovation” award. Through the fund, Easter Seals Children’s Therapy department in Georgetown will be receiving 10 GoBabyGo cars, which are modified, ride-on cars to be used in therapy and on loan to families to encourage mobility and independence […]

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    Frontier flies away from New Castle Airport

    Frontier Airlines formally ended any immediate hopes for  service from New Castle Airport. “Frontier has pulled out of ILG because it wasn’t a profitable operation. If market conditions change, we may look at it again in the future,” spokesman Jim Faulkner stated in an email message. The airline had ceased service from the airport to Orlando […]

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