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Courtesy: CSC

One of the nation’s oldest legal-service businesses, CSC, is adding 80 new IT jobs in Delaware.


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A recent national study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation places Delaware 25th nationwide in overweight and obese children.

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An Afghan family of four is set to arrive in the First State Wednesday.


The number of seniors over 64 admitted to Delaware hospitals for treatment of fall injuries rose from 2,007 in 2013 to 2,239 in 2016, according to the Delaware Trauma System Registry.

 

The initial revenue projection for the 2019 budget cycle sees little growth in the Delaware’s revenue.


Autism Delaware holds one of its major fundraisers this week in Lewes.

The Blue Jean Ball is Friday night at Nassau Valley Vineyards in Lewes

 

Delaware Transit Corporation

The Delaware Transit Corporation, or DART, is adding more electric busses to its fleet—thanks to some federal funds.

Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media

In December 2014, the Delaware Supreme Court ordered creation of an independent, volunteer-run commission to take a deep look at barriers to justice in the First State.


 

Courtesy of New Castle County

A section of New Castle County’s sewer line is damaged and needs emergency repairs.

While repairing the headworks of the Wilmington treatment plant in July, workers found pieces of concrete liner broken off from a steel sewer pipe next to the treatment plant’s inlet.

National Hurricane Center

The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Watch for the coastal areas along the Atlantic and parts of Sussex County until late Tuesday night.

 

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