Market Report
MILFORD — With the mission to make Milford the “best place to live, work and play,” Sara Pletcher has joined the city’s staff in the newly created role of economic-development and community-engagement administrator.
Development
CRISFIELD — An online survey posted by the Greater Crisfield Action Coalition on consumer preferences showed that among the 228 respondents 69% answered that their favorite full-service …
Openings & Closings
GEORGETOWN — The Brick Hotel on The Circle, an icon in the heart of Georgetown, will have a different purpose this fall. Effective Oct. 1, the property on The Circle that presently houses the inn portion of The Brick, as well as The Counting House Restaurant & Pub, will serve as the location for the Delaware Department of Justice’s Sussex County office.
Business Organizations
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) places a high priority on education for its business members. We live and work in a fast-paced, always changing world — and the Chamber …
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) is pleased to announce that the voting has begun for the annual Excellence in Business Awards! “Excellence” has been defined in various …
Did you know that the people who are fortunate enough to score tickets to the Masters Tournament each year are not called “fans” or even “spectators?” They are referred to as …
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DOVER — With the Colonial Pipeline still reeling from the effects of a cyberattack that shut it down Friday, motorists in East Coast markets — including Delaware — are feeling pain at the pump.
DOVER — When it comes to comfort food consumed during the COVID-19 pandemic, it appears as if the wing was king. However, the increased demand for chicken wings over the past 14 months has led to a nationwide shortage of the small but versatile pieces of poultry, which, when seasoned with hot sauce, teriyaki sauce, lemon pepper or a variety of dry rubs, are often the perfect companion to a night out or a sporting event.
MILTON — Jennifer Richburg has joined The Lisa Mathena Group, Inc. as a sales associate. “We look forward to the energetic …
REHOBOTH BEACH — CAPE Business Network presented a check for $1000 and over 1000 pounds of food to Gerrie Boisjoly, food rescue coordinator of Epworth United Methodist Church, Rehoboth Beach. …
SEAFORD — The importance of composting went public Saturday at the Bioenergy Innovation Center — home to long-running compost production and the future site for an anaerobic digester that will capture methane gas as marketable renewable energy.
BRIDGEVILLE — Connoisseurs of delectable desserts and healthy treats may want to circle May 14 on their television tune-in calendar. Local entrepreneur Katey Evans returns to ABC’s …
SMYRNA — The numbers simply added up, and it all just made perfect sense when Dover’s Bob Robinson and Smyrna’s Gail Bard were contemplating opening up an artisans’ shop …
WILMINGTON — Anne Harper, executive director of Delaware Nature Society, will retire at the end of June. After a total of four years of service in two different roles, Ms. Harper will be …
GEORGETOWN — Change is coming to Georgetown’s northbound U.S. 113 corridor. Auto Pros, an automotive sales-service business operated by the Scherl family since June 2013, will be closing its doors this summer, paving the way for a nonautomotive business facilitated through Silicato Development.
DOVER — Employers throughout the First State are staffing up in preparation for the loosening of COVID-19 guidelines on May 21, and anticipated demand over the summer months. To support …
GEORGETOWN — Although a March 17 public hearing by Sussex County’s Industrial Revenue Bond Committee — scheduled to address a bond-issuance request by Bioenergy Development Group DE LLC — was posted March 10, no one offered their comments.
WILMINGTON — Ann Rudolph has joined Artisans’ Bank as senior vice president in the Commercial Banking Division located at Red Clay Center at Little Falls corporate offices. Ms. …
WILMINGTON — Kathleen Rutherford will serve as executive director for A Better Delaware, a political advocacy organization which supports “pro-growth, pro-jobs policies and overall …
NASSAU — The Local Campaign Organization of the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation has appointed James “Jim” DeMartino as their new coordinator. Mr. DeMartino will replace Bob …
Memorial Day weekend is the calendar date Clayton Theatre owner Joanne Howe plans to open doors to the iconic Dagsboro business, dark since closing last November due to COVID-19 challenges. Her …