Local business
DOVER – The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Flyover Fun Park, LLC, to celebrate this brand-new family indoor playground.   The ceremony …
DOVER — The Delaware Division of Small Business and Office of Management and Budget has launched a Market Pressure Relief Fund designed to assist state contractors facing increased costs for …
Development
PRINCESS ANNE — A hemp variety screening trial involving more than 50 varieties is the focus of a tour this Friday, July 30 on the University of Maryland Easter Shore campus. The event, set to …
Business Organizations
Are you anxious to reconnect with fellow business leaders, engage in conversations over delicious refreshments from Mission BBQ, share your business story with other business owners in our area, and …
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce is now in its 20th year of presenting the popular 55+ Expo and we want you to understand something critically important: the 55+ Expo is NOT an event just for …
CAMBRIDGE — Rotarian Amanda Hailey, Community Outreach Coordinator for the United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, spoke recently to the Rotary Club of Cambridge. During her talk, Ms. Hailey …
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GEORGETOWN — The Sussex Conservation District recently held an open house and dedication ceremony for the Vanderwende-Evans Conservation Center. Over 100 guests, state and local …
SMYRNA — It has taken almost 20 years to get to this point. But the Duck Creek Business Campus in Smyrna has its first building — nearly 70,000 square feet — almost completed, and KRM Development Corp. is actively seeking tenants.
Danish clean-energy company Ørsted has expanded plans for wind farm projects off Delmarva’s coast that could power 250,000 homes in Maryland and other mid-Atlantic states. However, the double-pronged proposal — Skipjack 1, a 120-megawatt project approved by Maryland’s Public Service Commission in 2017, and Skipjack 2, a much larger proposal still in the bidding process — continues to fan questions.
DOVER — Delaware’s unemployment rate was slightly lower than the national figure in June and is inching closer to pre-pandemic amounts, according to a Department of Labor report released Friday.
DOVER – The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Smyrna Nutrition on July 15 to celebrate the business’s one-year anniversary. The ceremony was …
DOVER — Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity and its group of 13 volunteer heroes have been able to weather the COVID-19 storm since March 2020. But now, CDHFH — like all other builders in Delaware — is struggling with markedly higher lumber, real estate and other construction costs, as the heat begins to rise.
The Black Chamber of Commerce has signed up 265 members statewide since launching in September 2020.  It’s founder and CEO Ayanna Khan says she created it to help small minority-owned …
DOVER — The price of lumber in the United States skyrocketed in early May, when lumber cost as much as $1,700 per thousand board feet. However, Kolby Dukes, a manager at Dukes Lumber Co. in …
CAMBRIDGE — U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) visited The Packing House on July 16, touring the old Phillips Packing House structure with a group of local officials, business owners and …
HOCKESSIN — Joanne McGeoch has been named interim executive director for Delaware Nature Society. This appointment is part of the transition following the retirement of Executive Director Anne …
WILMINGTON — Leadership Delaware, Inc. is looking for the next group of future fellows and leaders for their 14th cohort, the Class of 2022, and invites interested candidates to join them for …
NEWARK — Food Bank of Delaware is accepting applications for the organization’s free workforce training program, Delaware Food Works. Classes are available in culinary arts and …
WILMINGTON — The H.E.R. Business Plan Competition will award three cash prizes to women-owned businesses who submit their business plans for consideration. “The H.E.R. Business Plan …
The Coastal Hospice Board of Directors announced that Alane Capen, who has served as the president of the organization for 16 years, will retire this August. Capen will be succeeded by Monica …
DOVER — In an effort to adapt with the times and shopping trends, Dover City Council Monday night unanimously approved adding distribution, warehousing and logistics as permitted uses for areas …