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More than 1.5 billion people live with chronic pain, and many of these people struggle to find effective treatments. Among them is Wilmington resident David Tuttleman, who Delaware Business Times refers to as a “serial entrepreneur.” His most recent business endeavor involves an industry growing in popularity in many parts of the country: medical cannabis.
After more than six months of working as Wilmington Police Chief, Bob Tracy has been officially sworn in, according to WHYY.org.
At the Dover Air Force Base, the C-5M Galaxy aircraft remains grounded due to the need for parts, according to Military.com.
According to The News Journal, Bright Rock Christian Academy, which provides a number of education services, is under investigation by the Delaware Department of Justice’s consumer fraud unit and ordered by a Superior Court judge to cease all operations.
Even though fires in warehouse properties have declined substantially over the past 30 years, they aren’t unheard of, and a recent warehouse fire in Frankford, Sussex County put “a strain” on the water system, according to Delmarva Now.
In New Castle, Delaware, a family is grieving after Latoya Cooper, 36-year-old mother of five, was killed in a crash at the Brandywine Valley SPCA.
According to Delaware Public, there have been a record number of campers attending Delaware State Parks for the past three years.
After accumulating $1.6 million in debt to 13 different creditors, the Delaware Sports Complex LLC has officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
The complex was intended to be a $13 million facility with 319 acres of land leased from Middletown. Even though significant progress had been made on its infrastructure, its owners still owe $195,000 to the Town of Middletown.
Harry Virk is the owner of Alpha Technologies, which started in 1997 as nothing more than a one-employee company working out of an apartment. Now, 20 years later, Alpha Technologies has locations in Doylestown, Raleigh, Poland, and India, employing several hundred people. The company’s most recent location opened March 2016 in Wilmington.
It’s no secret that one of the most popular outdoor activities for Americans is camping. In fact, almost six out of 10 households report that one of their residents has gone camping recently. But camping fans here in Delaware will surely be excited to hear that Cape Henlopen State Park’s renovations have finally been completed and the park is open for guests in Summer 2017.
In national politics, the estate tax has become a dividing line between Democrats and Republicans, but this May Delaware moved one step closer to eliminating the state’s estate tax.