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    I-495 southbound opens; northbound lanes could be back by Labor Day

    The southbound lanes of I-495 through Wilmington are open a month ahead of schedule after the successful realignment of the southbound lanes of the I-495 Bridge over the Christina River. Delaware Secretary of Transportation Shailen Bhatt made the surprise announcement that came a month ahead of early estimates. The high profile closing has made national news [...]

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    Parking structures may pop up as companies put more people in less office space

    More parking structures  could be on tap for suburban  office complexes as  employers pack  more employees into less space. This comes as office vacancy rates decline in northern Delaware, thanks to a few larger deals that included Sallie Mae spin off Navient taking space on the Wilmington  riverfront. In addition,  JPMorgan Chase purchased the South [...]

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    Bayhealth, Peninsula form health care alliance

    Bayhealth of Dover with hospitals in Dover and Milford, and Peninsula Regional Health System of Salisbury, Maryland, which operates Peninsula Regional Medical Center, have formed HealthPartners Delmarva. The collaboration allows each hospital to share the best practices of both organizations, but is not a merger or acquisition. The partnership is focused on collaborating to improve patient [...]

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    Exelon to finance Bloom fuel cell installations at corporate sites

    Exelon Corporation will provide equity financing for 21 megawatts  of Bloom Energy fuel cell projects at 75 commercial facilities in California, Connecticut, New Jersey and New York. Bloom operates  a  site at the University of Delaware STAR campus in Newark and recently leased warehouse  space nearby as production increases. Exelon earlier announced plans to merge its [...]

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    Fisker bankruptcy winds down; Wanxiang delegation pays visit to governor

    The  long-running Fisker Automotive Chapter 11 case in Wilmington  appears to be over with an agreement approved for  unsecured creditors that include the State of Delaware. WHYY Newsworks reported the settlement came out to about $16.5 million. The state invested about $20 million in a financial package aimed at Fisker building a mid-sized  car at [...]

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    (Updated) Signage installed as Cheeseburger location is converted to Fuddruckers

    The signs are up as  a former Cheeseburger in Paradise restaurant  is converted to Fuddruckers. The location is   across from the Delaware Technical Community College Stanton Campus. Remodeling work has been under way on the building that formerly housed the island-them restaurant. Fuddruckers spokeswoman Toni Niece says no opening date has been announced.  A recent [...]

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