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Archive -- 2012

 

January

 

Brandywine district welcomes students to their new school
Brandywine likely to seek a 19%-23% hike in its current-expense tax rate
Make nice with each other, guys
Teacher-contract talks may be near a deadlock
Delaware Online will cost you
Bid to move mail-processing unit draws heated opposition
Referendum request set at 27 by Brandywine board
Superintendent: A new tax-rate ceiling would hold for four years
Catholic bishop decries new health-insurance rules

February
 

Castle favors Romney as a candidate while expecting a close election race

County launches push for economic development

Brandywine planning tax referendum blitz

School district, teachers agree

Memos at Random

March
 

Non-public schools continue to lose students to public ones
County to get by without a tax or sewer-fee increase

City library will undergo an extreme makeover

Brandywine advocates anticipate a favorable referendum result

Rumored 'privatization' of port irks County Council

Brandywine voters okay property-tax increase

Claymont breaks ground for its new public library

Memos at Random

April
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May
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