Local business
Cambridge’s groundbreaking RAR brewery is off to a spirited start as the holiday season launches. The homegrown miracle on Poplar Street is making fresh headway welcoming its third expansion …
The Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce  will host the 34th Annual Southern Delmarva Economic Forecast on Friday, Dec. 3, in the Guerrieri Academic Commons at Salisbury University. The event …
Development
NEW CASTLE — New Castle County Council approved a major land-development plan for 237 single-family, detached units in Middletown on Tuesday.
Business Organizations
DOVER — Dover Downs Hotel & Casino is getting a new name. On Monday, Bally’s Corp. announced the official kickoff to its rebranding of Dover’s casino to Bally’s Dover Casino Resort.
WILMINGTON — Sandy Taccone, Blue Blaze Associates' principal and CEO, will be honored by Delaware Today and the Delaware Business Times as one of the top women in business for 2021 on Dec. 9 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront.
MILFORD — Kent-Sussex Industries Inc. recently received a $12,000 grant donation from Discover Bank to purchase additional laptops and other kinds of technology to assist the agency in program delivery.
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MILFORD — The story of how i.g. Burton expanded its car business to include Mercedes-Benz is one of perseverance. Fourth-generation i.g. Burton owner David G. Burton was introduced to the …
PRINCESS ANNE — Town Commissioners are expected to schedule a first-reader vote on an amended tattoo parlor ordinance at their December meeting and also decide whether or not they want to …
SMYRNA — In 2019, Dr. TaQuina “Dr. Tee” Warren opened Focus Pharmacy in Smyrna with the desire to help those affected by diabetes — but eight months into her new business …
WILMINGTON — One of the sectors of Delaware’s economy hardest hit by COVID-19 is tourism. Hotel rooms were empty for months; bars, resorts and restaurants were closed; many employees …
HARBESON — The idea for Small Business Saturday was hatched to help the economy after the Great Recession. But now, as the world is dealing with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, business leaders are again encouraging shoppers to look local.
HARRINGTON — Though the holiday season is rapidly approaching, the spirit of giving came early as Harrington Raceway & Casino recently presented checks to two local charitable organizations, the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware and the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
DOVER — At the start of the pandemic, many complained that single days felt like weeks or months. More than a year-and-a-half later, COVID-19 is certainly stretching out Black Friday.
Giant Food associates joined Food Bank of Delaware president and CEO Cathy Kanefsky and other Food Bank representatives to celebrate Giant’s donation of 1,000 turkeys for Thanksgiving.
DOVER — The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce board of directors announced Monday that it has named Dr. Dina Carol Vendetti its next president.
DOVER — Mixed in with the smell of fresh flowers, the holiday decorations and the colorful ornate arrangements, is a sense of history, legacy and family at Jen-Mor Florist.
NEWARK — For many, the best part of Thanksgiving is the leftovers. Due to labor shortages and issues related to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year turkey lovers will be eating a lot of sandwiches …
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland’s small turkey farmers faced higher costs this year, but Thanksgiving has allowed many to sell their entire inventory well before the holiday. High fuel costs …
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Small Business Administration is seeking public comment on a proposal that could expand access to SBA loans to more than 67,000 business. The SBA is proposing to modify …
DOVER — Delaware’s unemployment rate continues to trend down, according to data released by the Delaware Department of Labor, however the job market has not recovered to where it was …
DAGSBORO — The town center zoning district is undergoing scrutiny and a potential change in its permitted uses along the in-town thoroughfares of Del. 20 and Del. 26.