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2 hrs ago | WMDT
Enterovirus D68 is a rare respiratory virus that has infected over a thousand people across the country, mostly children, and it might have made its way into Delaware. The virus has been reported in 21 states and according to the Delaware Division Of Public Health , 12 children have been hospitalized after reportedly showing symptoms.
4 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
As the CEO of Artesian Resources Corporation, I want to reiterate that Artesian stands ready to work with the present and future leaders of Rehoboth and our state to provide a long-term wastewater solution that is environmentally best and cost-effective. Although the court ordered consent decree requires Rehoboth to stop its wastewater disposal to the canal by the end of this year, the plain truth is that no solution, neither ocean outfall nor spray irrigation, can be accomplished by then.
9 hrs ago | Cape Gazette
The first Owens Campus Global Understanding Series event was Art Around the World. Shown , Valeriano Canastuj, a web development student; Allison Castellanos, Language Department instructor; and Loren Harmon, an agribusiness management student, follow the instructions for Russian Hohloma painting.
16 hrs ago | WBOC-TV Salisbury
A Delaware family's lawsuit is moving forward against two state Department of Corrections officials in an inmate's suicide. The lawsuit was filed against former Delaware Department of Correction Commissioner Stan Taylor and former warden Raphael Williams.
There are 12 reported cases of a rare strain of a respiratory virus affecting children known as Enterovirus D68 in the state of Delaware. According to the Delaware Division of Public Health, they are still waiting for samples to come back from the CDC to confirm the virus.
The United States Health and Human Services Department said more than $700,000 will go to three health centers in Delaware, including La Red Health Center in Georgetown. HHS Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell announced Friday that a total $701,040 in Affordable Care Act funding will go towards expanding primary care services in La Red Health Center, and Southbridge Medical Advisory Council and Westside Family Healthcare, both in Wilmington.
In a press release, OHS and Bucklebear said they will distribute information on child passenger safety including tip sheets, how to register your car seat, and where to find car seat fitting stations. A fitting station involves certified technicians who inspect the car seat for correct installation and show parents/guardians how to properly position your child in the seat.
The Delaware Office of Highway Safety is teaming up with state and local law enforcement to remind motorists and motorcyclists to "See & Be Seen" during Delmarva Bike Week. From Sept.
Coastal Point a Laura Walter : Gov. Jack Markell participates in a discussion on college and scholarship opportunities at Sussex Central High School. Many high-paying jobs require at least some college or training.
It's not clear if that virus is Enterovirus 68, the illness that has sickened more than 1,000 people - most of them children and mostly in the Midwest.
The state legislature approved the creation of a military school for young men in Wilmington in 1859, but its contribution to education in Delaware was short-lived. It could not survive the increasingly confrontational political atmosphere following the outbreak of hostilities between the states.
The Delaware Department of Justice said J.P. Morgan Securities has paid $51,400 to the department as result of a settlement with the Attorney General's Investor Protection Unit. The DOJ said the settlement resolves a multi-state investigation that found J.P. Morgan Securities failed to ensure that its agents were properly registered in Delaware and other states, and failed to record data on trades executed in Delaware and other states.
The Kent Sussex Dental Hygienists Association made a contribution Aug. 21 to the Delaware Veterans Home in Milford.
At the presentation of the $23,000 check to Delaware Hospice are Golf Outing Committee Chairman Bob Burd, Golf Outing Committee member Nancy Burd, Peggy Dolby of Delaware Hospice and Golf Outing Committee member Wanda Tiedeman. With the leadership of Frank Solter, Joan Beck, Nancy and Bob Burd, Peggy Dolby, Joe Hall, Wanda Tiedeman and Lucy Mehl, the 2014 Eleanor Soltner Golf Outing, held at the Rookery North, raised $23,000 for patient care at the Delaware Hospice Center in Milford.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 07:53 pm
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