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  • Delaware fast-food workers say NLRB ruling gives them hope
    Wilmington, DE -- Delaware fast-food workers and their supporters today said this week’s ruling by the National Labor Relations Board could mark a turning point in their fight for a fair wage and the right to unionize. “It means that fast food companies –in this case McDonald’s– are also responsible for how the front line workers are treated,” said José Blas, who works at the KFC/Taco Bell on Newport Pike. “We work very hard and deserve to be treated with respect and paid a wage that we can live on. I have a 7-month old baby boy to take care of, and it's hard making ends meet getting pai....
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Henney Report: Summer Weekend #5
  • Henney Report: Summer Weekend #5
    Rowdy Tuesday nights in Dewey... Studying Indian River Inlet... Researching dangerous surf conditions at the beach... Check the Henney Report for the Summer #5 Weekend Report at the beach: http://henney.com/weekend05/

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Summer Weekend #4 at the beach
  • Summer Weekend #4 at the beach
    Summer weekend #4 at the beach: Another drowning in Ocean City, MD... public entertainment starts in Rehoboth Beach and Dewey... Follow this link to read the entire Henney Report for Summer Weekend #4 at the beach:http://www.henney.com/weekend04/

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Stand By Me Hispano
  • Stand By Me Hispano
    Lots of excitement was felt as partners gathered at the Latin American Community Center on June 5, 2014 to celebrate the launch of this new statewide program! This picture includes: Jose Martinez,$tand By Me® Financial Coach; Jeri Gue,Statewide Teacher of Curriculum, Adult and Prison Education, Delaware Department of Education, Adult Education; Ana Velasquez, Prevention & Advocacy Director, Latin American Community Center; Michelle A. Taylor, President and Chief Executive Officer, United Way of Delaware; Sonia Aguilar, Delaware Hispanic Commission; Jerry Hunter, VP, Operations & CFO, Uni....

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  • La comunidad celebra el cumpleaños de la Hna. María
    La Hna. María Mairlot fue homenajeada con una fiesta sorpresa el domingo 8 de junio por su 81 cumpleaños, celebrado el día anterior. La comunidad de la parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel en Georgetown, DE preparó una comida y evento de agradecimiento a la labor que la hermana ha estado desarrollando en el sur de Delaware en las últimas dos décadas. El evento estuvo organizado por el padre César. HOY en Delaware se suma a este esfuerzo y le desea felicidades.
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  • Father/son skytyper pilots to fly at Ocean City Air show over Father's Day Weekend
    Behind every great fighter pilot is the plane that taught him to fly – and a proud dad. Ocean City Air Show fans will witness father/son pilot pair Bob and Ken Johansen performing wingtip to wingtip on Father’s Day. Both Johansens are retired Navy pilots and members of the GEICO Skytypers, flying vintage WWII trainer planes called North American SNJ-2s at airshows around the country. “Not many dads get the chance to perform low-altitude, close-formation maneuvers right alongside their son in front of hundreds of thousands of people,” says Bob Johansen. He is the latest recipient of the FAA’....
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  • Henney Report: Second weekend of the summer
    Dog left in car after accident... Windows smashed at Rehoboth business... Mysterious blobs found on beach... Follow this link for the complete Henney Report: http://www.henney.com/weekend02/
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  • In loving memory of María de los Angeles Petrucelli, "Gela"
    In loving memory of María de los Angeles Petrucelli, "Gela". Born in Mexico City, Gela came to work at the Latin American Community Center 39 years ago. Through her challenging job as director of Family Support Services, Gela helped thousands of people who are mourning her passing. There are no words to express how her life impacted the Latino community in Delaware or how deeply she will be missed. Que en paz descales el corazón del Centro Latino. We love you, Gela.Friends can pay their respects starting at 10 am on Tuesday, May 20, 2014, at St. Anthony of Padua Church, 901 N. Dupont Street,....
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  • Latino Listening Session
    On April 29th the Delaware Hispanic Commission in partnership with Latinos Unidos, a United Way of Delaware Hispanic/Latino community initiative, held a “Latino Listening Session”. Community leaders and service providers participated in this listening session to share their perspective on the unique needs of Delaware’s children and families in the Hispanic and Latino community.  Essey Workie, Regional Administrator for the Administration for Children & Families (ACF) along with her colleague, Darlene Tart, the Special Initiatives Coordinator, were welcomed by more than 40 members of....
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  • Delmarva Power warns customers of fake invoices
    Newark, DE – Delmarva Power has recently been advised by its sister utility, Atlantic City Electric, and the NJ Board of Public Utilities (BPU) that scammers posing as third party energy suppliers are sending fake utility bills via email to some New Jersey and Delaware utility customers. The email asks that customers click on a link contained within the email. It is suspected that, by clicking the link, the customer’s computer could become infected with a virus or malware. Delmarva Power asks customers to only pay their utility bills through the company’s My Account tool, by visiting del....
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  • Judge rules Delaware Disclosure Law unconstitutional
    Wilmington, DE - A federal court today issued an order barring enforcement of a recently adopted Delaware law that would have forced a group that publishes non-partisan voter guides to violate its members' privacy. Judge Sue L. Robinson of the United States District Court in Wilmington granted Delaware Strong Families (DSF)'s motion for a preliminary injunction, writing that Delaware's compulsory disclosure law "is so broadly worded as to include within the scope of its disclosure requirements virtually every communication made during the critical time period, no matter how indirect and u....
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  • Senator Carper reveals that an estimated 3,800 Delawareans have unclaimed tax refunds
    WASHINGTON – Today, Senator Tom Carper (D-Del.) revealed that as many as 3,800 Delawareans are owed a tax refund from FY 2010 due to unfiled tax returns. Delawareans stand to gain $3,126,000, with a median refund of $573. “At a time when too many families are wading through a tough economy, it’s imperative that every American receive the tax refunds they’re owed by the federal government,” Senator Carper said. “I encourage any Delawareans who have not filed taxes in 2010 or have yet to receive their tax refunds visit the IRS’ website and ensure they’re collecting the returns they dese....
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