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DOVER — The Dover Downtown Rotary Club welcomed District Governor Hugh Dawkins at a recent club meeting. Governor Dawkins spoke to the club about his goals and objectives for the coming year …
DOVER — Revitalization is cool in New Castle County. Future development potential is the thing in Kent County. Investment in health care options is hot in Sussex.
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PRINCESS ANNE — Somerset Crossing, the newest commercial development in Princess Anne, received approval from the Somerset County Sanitary Commission for its water and sewer plan. Located …
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NEW CASTLE COUNTY, DE — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, REALTORS® salutes sales associates in the New Castle County Offices for being the office leaders for the month of …
HEBRON — An online story “America’s Best Banks 2022” by Newsweek lists Hebron Savings Bank as the “2022 Best Small Bank” in Maryland. “We strive to …
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 …
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DOVER — The Delaware Chamber of Commerce brought business and civic leaders from up and down the state to Dover on Thursday to focus on finding new talent and developing the state’s …
REHOBOTH BEACH – The Rehoboth Beach-Dewey Beach Chamber of Commerce has scheduled a general membership meeting for Monday, Nov. 8 at noon. The Chamber will host John Fleming, District Director, …
NEW CASTLE — Friendly Ice Cream Corporation is proudly supporting Easterseals Children’s Therapy programs through a special Halloween campaign. Supporters of the Friendly’s …
NEW CASTLE — Easterseals Delaware & Maryland’s Eastern Shore recently received a $25,000 grant from Discover Bank to support its Supported Employment program – a program which …
PRINCESS ANNE — Restaurants and bars in Somerset County will have an opportunity to expand their food and alcoholic beverage sales by selling beer, wine or liquor to-go if they follow the …
DOVER — The city announced Thursday that it has reinstated Irish Mike’s Olde Town Pub’s business license following a meeting with officials and the establishment's owner.
NEWARK — Three local Delmarva Power employees have been recognized with the company’s highest achievement for volunteerism and community involvement. Antonios Boulos, Anne Gwal and Donna …
LEWES — Beebe Medical Foundation has created a new way to give back to Sussex County’s local, not-for-profit community health system. “Circles of Giving” is now an option …
DOVER — On Oct. 14, at the Modern Maturity Center in Dover, the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce is bringing together business leaders from around the state to participate in an engaging …
GEORGETOWN — A split decision has floored a pitch for a hotel and restaurant near Fenwick Island. To the delight of those opposed, a conditional use requested by Carl M. Freeman Companies seeking Sussex County Council’s approval for a multistory, 70-room hotel and restaurant failed Tuesday in a 2-2 deadlock, one vote short of the required majority.
DOVER — Irish Mike’s Olde Towne Tavern owner plans to appeal the suspension of his bar’s business license to the Dover City Council, he said in a statement released Monday. Kevin …
SMYRNA – Where others may see a pile of rocks or rubble, Smyrna-based artist and businessman Richard H. Bailey may see a school of fish, a rugged cross or a turtle. It’s that …
SEAFORD — Trinity Logistics takes honoring our nation’s truck drivers very seriously, celebrating National Truck Driver Appreciation Week Sept. 12-18 with a truck payment drawing.
MILLSBORO — In early September, Town Council approved rezoning for a chunk of land in the third and final piece of Plantation Lakes — a large and still-growing community that, at maximum buildout, would include 2,494 homes.
A two-day scientific conference for the U.S. chicken industry, the 56th National Meeting on Poultry Health, Processing and Live Production, wrapped up Wednesday, Sept. 29 in Ocean City, with 31 speakers delivering presentations on research, animal health, environmental practices and advances in processing-plant technology to an audience of nearly 300 attendees from 29 states.