Delaware News: Delaware Governor Carney’s Statement on Bump Stock Ban

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By signing this bill into law, we are saying that there is no place in Delaware for bump stocks and other devices that are used to increase the rate of fire of semiautomatic weapons, making these weapons even more potentially deadly. .

Delaware News: Delaware Governor Carney’s Statement on General Assembly Passage of Paid Parental Leave

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Thank you to all state workers, members of the General Assembly, and advocates who helped Delaware lead on this important issue. . Continue reading Delaware News: Delaware Governor Carney’s Statement on General Assembly Passage of Paid Parental Leave at STL.News.

Delaware News: Delaware Couple, Diliana Legeros, Joseph Aubourg Arrested for $100,000 Insurance Fraud

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Dover, DE – Diliana Legeros age 33, and Joseph Aubourg age 43, of Milford Delaware were indicted by a Delaware Grand Jury on June 4th for insurance fraud, then arrested after turning themselves in to Capital Police on June 11th.

Delaware News: Delaware Lt. Governor Hall-Long’s Statement on Senate’s Passage of Overdose System of Care

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Delaware News: Delaware State awards more than $145,000 in merit scholarships

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DOVER, DE – The Delaware Department of Education has announced the recipients of four state merit scholarship programs for the 2018-19 academic year. Students may apply for Delaware merit scholarships in their senior year of high school. Three of the programs are memorial scholarships that honor state legislators and provide full tuition, fees, room, board, and books at the public colleges in Delaware. .

Delaware News: Store, Bank Robberies Lead To Prison for Brandon Brown, Joseph Perkins

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Continue reading Delaware News: Store, Bank Robberies Lead To Prison for Brandon Brown, Joseph Perkins at STL.News. General brandon brown delaware delaware news joseph perkins Prison state charges State Prison TodayNews

Delaware News: Wilmington Gang Member, Alexander Fitzgerald, Faces Prison for 2015 Murder

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Continue reading Delaware News: Wilmington Gang Member, Alexander Fitzgerald, Faces Prison for 2015 Murder at STL.News. General delaware delaware news Prison TodayNews

DOVER, Del.  | Delaware launches sports betting, other states close behind

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DOVER, Del. — Full-scale sports betting is coming to Delaware, barely three weeks after the U.S. Because of a failed sports lottery experiment in 1976, Delaware was partially exempted from the 1992 federal ban on sports gambling that was recently struck down by the Supreme Court.

DOVER, Del. | Delaware casinos to begin sports betting next week

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AP) — Delaware will begin full-scale sports betting next week, wasting no time after a U.S. Tuesday at Delaware’s three casinos, officials said Thursday. Delaware casinos to begin sports betting next week at STL.News. DOVER, Del. (AP)

HOCKESSIN, Del | Report touts progress, but riot survivor blames officials

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Patricia May had a feeling of dread when she reported to work at Delaware’s maximum-security prison last year. HOCKESSIN, Del. For months, she’d worried about her safety after being assigned to C Building at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna.

HOCKESSIN, Del. | AP Exclusive: Survivor says officials responsible for riot

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Patricia May had a feeling of dread when she reported to work at Delaware’s maximum-security prison last year. General Christian Delaware prison Hockessin john carney Patricia May responsible for riot TodayNews way too longHOCKESSIN, Del.

WILMINGTON, Del | Judge approves revised Weinstein Co. bankruptcy sale plan

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WILMINGTON, Del— A Delaware judge on Wednesday approved a revised plan for the sale of the Weinstein Co., Entertainment Del Delaware judge Harvey Weinstein Judge approves Lantern Capital misconduct scandal sale plan TodayNews Weinstein Co.

SACRAMENTO, Calif | California sues nation’s largest student loan servicer

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this week, contending the Delaware-based company financially harmed thousands of Californians. SACRAMENTO, Calif.

WASHINGTON | Sens. McCain, Coons urge Trump to withdraw migration nominee

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Chris Coons of Delaware are calling on the Trump administration to withdraw its nominee for a key State Department position over his “lack of empathy” for immigrants. WASHINGTON (AP) — Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona and Democratic Sen.

Take the Oath

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Or perhaps it was the Delaware River Port Authority , which charges cars $4 to cross the Delaware River from Philadelphia to Camden and was planning a $1 rate hike for next summer, gives money to the Kimmel Center. (I

NEW YORK | Deal for Weinstein Co. covers back pay for De Niro, Streep

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A Wednesday hearing is scheduled in Delaware. NEW YORK — An agreement reached in the sale of Harvey Weinstein’s movie studio won’t leave Hollywood stars like Robert De Niro and Meryl Streep holding the bag. Lantern Capital Partners said Friday it’s agreed to make payments to unsecured creditors, such as actors seeking residuals, as part of a $289 million Weinstein Co. acquisition it expects to close Friday. A judge must approve the deal.

Associations Put Spotlight on Mental Health

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A few examples: The Mental Health Association in Delaware is helping coordinate screenings for depression throughout the state on National Depression Screening Day on Thursday. October marks several national and international mental health awareness campaigns.

4 Unexpected Questions Every Event Planner Should Ask Conference Venues

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“On our first site visit, the Palais brought up the shipping issue right away,” said Ewa Jodlowska, director of operations at Python Software Foundation, a technology nonprofit organization based in Delaware. Gain insights that reduce stress and increase revenue at your event.

Pain Point: Acupuncturists Concerned With Therapists’ Use of Needles

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Thomas, a physical therapist in Delaware, explained to The News Journal as she demonstrated dry needling on a patient. In August, Delaware became the 29th state to legislate the technique when the governor signed a law expanding physical therapy practice to include it.

How Associations Are Responding to Hurricane Matthew

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Members of the Virginia, Maryland, and Delaware Association of Electric Cooperatives offered assistance in response to the storm, while workers, organized by the Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives , headed east to help with the power-restoration efforts.

CVBs Publish Pokémon Go Guides to Draw Visitors

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The Delaware Museum of Natural History is encouraging gamers to play while inside the museum. Delaware Museum of National History Executive Director Halsey Spruance is in on the craze, too.

Supreme Court Ruling Halts “Forum Shopping” in Patent Suits

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The ruling, which came about after Kraft Foods sued TC Heartland LLC in Delaware—despite Heartland’s headquarters being based in Indiana—was closely watched by the business world, particularly in the technology space.

Associations Stand on Both Sides of the Minimum Wage Debate

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We’re coming off a fragile recovery, and we still have not seen the full effects of the Affordable Care Act on our industry,” Delaware Restaurant Association CEO Carrie Leishman said in an NRA statement. As a measure to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10

Hug a Volunteer: It’s National Volunteer Week

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Members of the Delaware Volunteer Firefighter’s Association are celebrating their volunteers and looking to recruit new ones with a series of fire station open houses across the state on April 13. “We

Internet Advocacy Group Ranks the Awful

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State laws, including one in Delaware , that allow loved ones to access private internet accounts after a person’s death.

Fireworks Group: Regulations Taking the Fun Out of the Fourth

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Just three states (Delaware, Massachusetts, and New Jersey) have banned consumers from owning the devices, and four others allow only sparklers. The American Pyrotechnics Association says that this year could be one of the biggest ever for fireworks displays. So what’s the problem?

Know Your Live Polling Options

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As an undergrad at the University of Delaware, I was able to act as a participant with both of these products. We’ve all been there. You’re in the middle of presenting to a sea of blank faces.

Summer Meme

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SUMMER MEME 4 things you like about summer Margarita on the rocks, no salt Bethany Beach, Delaware (I have one RB (Rehoboth) and one BB sticker on my car bumper - that would be the past and the future)! I got tagged by the Buzz Bin for their Summer Meme ! Haven't done one of these in a while, so here goes.

Thursday Buzz: The Secret to Getting Acquired By Google

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Time to update your will: In Delaware, your heirs now have the legal right to access your social accounts once you pass on. The tech giant’s test when considering an acquisition—and how it can apply to your association’s own marketing.

Kids and Kickstarter: The Rise of PhilanthroKids and Kid Crowdfunding!

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Braeden was chosen to represent Delaware at the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge banquet at the White House. Charlotte, A Young Teen, Helping To Save Horse Farm Through A Kick Starter Campaign. Crowdfunding in general has raised more than 5.1

Gaming Association Spins New Movie to Its Advantage

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Only three states—Nevada, Delaware, and New Jersey—have legalized online gambling. An association representing casinos says the new movie Runner, Runner illustrates the need for government regulation of online gambling. Hollywood movies can make a big impact on public opinion.

Out of Bloom: Lessons from a Nonprofit’s Demise

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A nonprofit startup called inBloom, backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, was supposed to change the education landscape by embracing big data. But many parents didn’t like that idea, and the organization announced its shutdown this week. What happened?

Alzheimer’s Association to Vote on Proposed Consolidation Plan

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“At no time did they give us any indication about how this transition would take place or any indication of a plan to effect that consolidation,” Greg Tigani, Delaware Valley chapter board chairman, told The Chronicle of Philanthropy.

Tagged again!

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BB/RB - Bethany Beach (Delaware) for family time, Rehoboth for my youth.) YAPstar and blogger bud Maggie McGary tagged me on her awesomely titled blog, Mizz Information. I know a lot of people hate memes, but I still like doing them, if only because it enables me to spread some link love. five more things you (possibly) didn't know about me. hmmmm. I'll keep this short: 1) I speak French fluently. As in with my parents.

Parsing Common Core: An Education Program Under Fire

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In a June Washington Post op-ed, Delaware Gov.

What Goes Up…

NonProfit University Blog

A few years older, Generocity , in Philadelphia, is a web-based information center featuring articles, videos, resources, and more, to help those in the Delaware Valley “stay informed, get connected and get involved” with nonprofits in the region. Will social media help or hurt us in the end?

Reaching Millennials (Gen Y) with Mobile

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When I was a student at the University of Delaware, I used the campus app on a regular basis. Two millennials weigh in on the latest research findings. As two members of the millennial generation, we pay special attention to articles that claim to state the best ways to market to us.