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With CARES Act unemployment stipend expiring, Delawareans warned of decreased payments

[Source: WDEL] The outgoing payments from Delaware’s Division of Unemployment Insurance are about to decrease significantly as the federal pandemic stipend expires, Director Darryl Scott said. “Of the $38 million paid for the week ending July 25, $23,445,110 was attributable to the [Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation] stipend,” Scott said. “So, at this time with FPUC benefits… Keep Reading

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12 Del. Community Organizations Receive COVID-19 Response Funding

[Source: WRDE] DOVER, Del.- The Delaware Division of Public Health and the Healthy Communities Delaware initiative has announced collaborations with several communities throughout Delaware that have been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Working with 12 community-based lead organizations, Healthy Communities Delaware is providing more than $720,000 in funding to nine communities across the state… Keep Reading

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51K People in Delaware Received Tax Bills in Error

[Source: WRDE] WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) – Nearly 51,000 people in Delaware’s largest county mistakenly received property tax bills, the county announced on Saturday. New Castle County said the tax bills were sent in error by a vendor to people who pay their property taxes using escrow through their mortgage lender, The News Journal of Wilmington… Keep Reading

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The Delaware Department of Labor Issues Guidelines for Employers and Employees Regarding Returning to Work.

[Source: Delaware.gov] (Wilmington, DE) –  PHASE 2 of Governor John Carney’s Economic Reopening plan began on June 15, 2020. During this rolling reopening of the state’s economy, the restrictions put in place by Governor Carney in March 2020 to reduce the spread of COVID-19, will begin to be lifted incrementally. The Delaware Department of Labor… Keep Reading

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State of Delaware Announces Guidance for Reopening of Schools for 2020-21 Academic Year

[Source: Delaware.gov] WILMINGTON, Del. – Secretary of Education Susan Bunting today released the state’s guidance for the reopening of schools for the 2020-21 academic year. Districts and charter schools will use this guidance to formulate plans for the upcoming school year. In August, Governor John Carney, in consultation with the Delaware Division of Public Health, will announce his… Keep Reading

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The 2020 Summer in the Parks Program to Offer Arts Programs at William “Hicks” Anderson Community Center and Evening Concerts

[Source: wilmingtonde.gov] Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki, City Parks and Recreation Director Kevin F. Kelley, Sr., and The Grand Executive Director Mark Fields today announced the 2020 Summer in the Parks program. This is the seventh year that the City and The Grand have partnered on the program. Throughout the month of July, the newly renovated William “Hicks”… Keep Reading

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