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    State Auditor Wagner’s home still headed for sheriff’s sale

    Longtime Delaware State Auditor  General Tom Wagner is still  facing the  sheriff’s sale for his Dover home after admitting that he missed mortgage payments. Wagner vowed to clear up the matter earlier this month, but as of Monday, the notice of the sale was still posted. Wagner, who was re-elected to another term in November […]

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    (Gallery) Women’s Business Center introduced in Delware

    News Journal Company President & Publisher Susan Leath addresses WBC launch (final) ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 4 Photo courtesy of SBA Delaware’s new Women’s Business Center – The Women’s Business Center at First State Community Loan Fund – last week marked  its Small Business Administration certified launch phase  with an event at  […]

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    (Revised) Watch issued as ‘disruptive’ snow storm heads this way

    Worries over a potentially dangerous winter storm shifted toward New Jersey Sunday as signs pointed to as much as two feet in areas to the east  and south of Delaware. The  National Weather Service in Mount Holly, NJ issued a revised map Sunday afternoon with wide variations in snowfall totals. A large area in Delaware […]

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    Jobless rate plummets to 5.4 percent in Delaware

    Where we work ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 5 After dropping  from  6.4 percent to 6.0 percent in November,  Delaware’s jobless rate  slid another six-tenths to 5.4 percent in December. The  state Labor Department cautioned that the ups and downs of the jobless rate  will likely be smoothed out when annual revisions  are released  next month,  but added that  longer-term […]

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    $250 million Christiana Hospital proposal goes before planners

    A $250 million proposal for the Christiana Hospital campus is going before health care regulators.. The  project this week went before  the Delaware Health Resources Board, a part of the Delaware Health Care Commission with a letter of intent providing a bare outline of plans. Christiana Care would next have to provide a Certificate of Public […]

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    Markell touches on economy, crime in State of State address

    In his State of the State message on Thursday, Gov. Jack Markell jumped into the issue of violent crime in Wilmington while offering an encouraging view of the economy. (Click on the photo  above for a rebroadcast of the address. Markell proposed “a rapid, fact-based, intensive examination of public safety strategies in the city through a […]

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