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Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – Jan. 1, 2023

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

Click on the image below to view as a PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: January A perfect storm for schools, teachers: No subs, bus woes, COVID As revenues rise, Republicans say taxpayers should get some money back February Renter, landlord advocates disagree over solutions to eviction crisis Child care workers still waiting for promised $1,500 state bonuses March Pike …

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Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – June 19, 2022

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Click on the image below to view as a PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Senate OKs mail-in voting despite claims it violates Constitution Rosa Trotter retires after 48 years of teaching kindergarten McGuiness trial day 3: Surprising testimony What it’s like to eat at Bardea Steak Culture Roman Catholics to carry Eucharist through Wilmington Sunday Your guide to …


Fujifilm exec: 2 plants may not be enough

Betsy PriceBusiness, Headlines

    While Fujifilm celebrated the opening of the first of its two new ink manufacturing plants in Delaware Thursday, its president said Friday it may need more. “There might not be enough capacity,” Ian Wilkinson said. “So we need to think about what we do next.” Its 20-acre New Castle site will be home to Fujifilm Imaging Colorants Inc.’s …

Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – April 3, 2022

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Hundreds of Christina students receive tutoring for learning loss Lawsuit filed to stop construction of Smyrna solar farm State Rep. calls $300 relief check a bribe Finally! USS Delaware home state commissioning Saturday Culture Longwood Gardens begins to bloom for spring Take break from tweeting to help Delaware count birds Wild turkey season to …

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Fujifilm to spend another $28 million on New Castle production site

Charlie MegginsonBusiness, Headlines

Photo courtesy of Fujifilm. Japanese multinational conglomerate Fujifilm will spend $28 million to expand its production facility in New Castle.  According to the company, the investment will double Fujifilm’s production capacity of pigment dispersions in the United States to meet the fast-growing demand for inkjet printing globally. Construction of the new facility, which adds 11,000 sq. ft. of operational space, …