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Del. governor wants beachgoers back for Labor Day

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. — Delaware’s governor says he appreciates that beachgoers obeyed an evacuation warning before Hurricane Irene hit, but now he wants them back for the Labor Day weekend. Gov. Jack Markell says he wants to make it clear ...

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435,000 customers lack power in Mid-Atlantic

WASHINGTON — For many in the Mid-Atlantic region, Hurricane Irene caused only minor inconveniences. But hundreds of thousands of others remained without power Monday, including some who could wait days for their electricity to return. And for a few, the ...

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Power outages continue to disrupt mid-Atlantic

WASHINGTON — For many in the Mid-Atlantic region, Hurricane Irene caused only minor inconveniences. But hundreds of thousands of others remained without power Monday, including some who could wait days for their electricity to return. And for a few, the ...

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530,000 customers in Mid-Atlantic lack power

Utility companies say about 530,000 homes and businesses in the mid-Atlantic region are without electricity due to Hurricane Irene’s high winds. The outages early Monday were spread across northern Virginia, Delaware, the Delmarva Peninsula and central and southern Maryland. One ...

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HTC sues Apple in latest round of patent dispute

WILMINGTON, Del. — Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. is accusing Apple Inc. of violating three patents covering smartphones and other technologies, the latest round in an ongoing dispute between the two companies. HTC filed the latest lawsuit Monday in U.S. ...

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Dodgers vendor won’t get quick contract decision

WILMINGTON, Del. — A Delaware bankruptcy judge has denied a request by a Dodger Stadium souvenir vendor to force the Los Angeles Dodgers to decide quickly whether the team will maintain its contract. Facility Merchandising Inc. argued that before it ...

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