The ranger first was forced to jump out of the way of Roulhac’s vehicle, but when the ranger ran back toward the vehicle, Roulhac drove into the ranger, prosecutors said. The ranger was not seriously injured. … [Read more...] about East Stroudsburg man gets prison for driving vehicle into a Delaware Water Gap park ranger
It all started with a post on the blog Exceptional Delaware. The site revealed that the Delaware Swim & Fitness Club in New Castle hosts a "Delaware Spa Party" each month. According to a since-deleted description on the party's website, the event was for couples and singles alike. And, yes, it was a "nudist/naturalist" shindig. … [Read more...] about Delaware lawmaker’s fitness center hosted naked pool parties. So what?
"I personally think it's a really, really important piece of legislation," Carney said Tuesday. "So many of the incidents of gun violence involve folks with mental health issues, and this is a way of adding to the list prohibitions for possession and purchase of firearms." … [Read more...] about Delaware Passes Gun Control Bill Named for Beau Biden
Since then, Ultra LED Man has continued to push Bahnsen past social boundaries he normally would never cross, including an East Coast bus tour of universities with notorious touring college party company I’m Shmacked. (They are the ones behind a UD party that turned into a near riot in 2013.) He’s even partied at Firefly Music Festival as Ultra LED Man, although he has he has not yet been an official performer. … [Read more...] about Ultra LED Man goes from school project to Delaware club act
The article says the decline in filings in eastern Texas may be driving patent lawsuit filings down nationally. According to the data from Androvett, patent case filings dropped by 780 cases between calendar years 2016 and 2017. During the same time, patent cases filed in the Eastern District of Texas dropped by 820. Thus, the article says, patent litigation could have increased if the Supreme Court hadn’t made its ruling. … [Read more...] about A year after Supreme Court’s TC Heartland ruling, patent cases are up in Delaware and LA