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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Dennis Williams
The organizer of a hip-hop concert is suing the city of Wilmington over its demand to be reimbursed for providing security for the event, which was staged with the help of city officials, including the organizer's mother.
Wilmington Mayor Dennis Williams has proposed a budget that would raise fees for water and sewer services, while also pushing for a property tax increase in the city.
Mayor Dennis Williams is proposing a 9.9 percent property tax hike as part of his budget proposal.
The man who appears poised to take over leadership of the United Auto Workers later this year says car companies' fears about the union's demise are unfounded.
Trolley service in Wilmington is getting a makeover.
Mayor Dennis Williams says he is readjusting police deployments in Wilmington to flood crime-prone areas with officers.