The Caesar Rodney mother suing a student and father over a dodgeball game incident involving her son, will have a pretrial hearing Dec. 12 at 9 a.m.

Caesar Rodney mom suing over son’s assault finally finds lawyer

Jarek Rutz Headlines, Education

India Scott, a Caesar Rodney School District mother suing a father and son over injuries her son received in gym class, has found a lawyer.  Scott was told to do that in a pretrial hearing Aug. 22 by Court of Common Pleas Judge Anne E. Hartnett, who gave her a deadline of Oct. 3.  After being turned down for months, …

Despite acquittal, Brown will still face Senate ethics inquiry

Charlie Megginson Government, Headlines

Brown was found not guilty Thursday on charges of offensive touching and disorderly conduct. Despite being acquitted Thursday on charges of offensive touching and disorderly conduct, State Sen. Darius Brown will still face a Senate Rules and Ethics Committee review when the General Assembly reconvenes.  In a statement following news that the jury found the Wilmington Democrat not guilty on …

Pro-business group chides courts for closing on Juneteenth despite little diversity

Betsy Price Government

    Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware issued a press release Friday afternoon chiding the Delaware courts for closing to mark Juneteenth while the courts lack the diversity the business group  wants to see. “It’s a long overdue step for the federal government to recognize Juneteenth as a federal holiday and I admire President Biden’s leadership,” said Campaign Manager Chris …