Month: January 2019

(AP) — A former textile manufacturing executive is accused of bribing an Amtrak employee to secure contracts worth millions for his Delaware employer. Scott Crothers is charged with bribing Timothy Miller with more than $20,000 cash and multiple trips to Rehoboth Beach, the News Journal reports. Miller pleaded guilty last year to his side of…

Bowlero Corp, a global bowling entertainment company, has transformed AMF Price Lanes near Price’s Corner into a new restaurant and bowling alley. The brand’s Wilmington location will be the first Bowlero to open in Delaware. Located at 3215 Kirkwood Highway, the newly renovated, 45,000-square-foot-venue features 52 lanes of blacklight bowling, upgraded seating and high definition…

Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced Thursday that Delaware has joined the United States, the District of Columbia, and all 49 other States in settling allegations against Walgreens Boots Alliance (Walgreens). The agreement in principle settles allegations of fraudulently over dispensing insulin pens and violating the False Claims Act for billing Medicaid at rates higher than…

The 161,000 square-foot 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington held its opening night game last night. The Delaware Blue Coats, the NBA G League affiliate of the Philadelphia 76ers, narrowly lost to the Memphis Hustle, 110-106. “I hope that we [continue to] get the same kind of energy and enthusiasm that we did tonight,” said head coach Connor…

DuPont Industrial Biosciences officially broke ground today on its new site at the Leiden Bio Science Park in Oegstgeest, the Netherlands. The facility will utilize the tools of modern biotechnology to make industrial processes more efficient and products more sustainable. The bio-based solutions created in Leiden will focus on reducing food waste; reducing the environmental…