Local business
DOVER — Delmarva Corrugated Packaging now Dover’s largest manufacturing plant, opened its 457,000 square foot energy efficient facility with the latest state-of-the-art corrugated …
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) believes it is never too early to get in the spirit of giving, especially as we get closer to the end of the year and the holidays are right around the …
Development
CAMBRIDGE - The Packing House renovations are moving along, with construction soon coming to an end and tenants moving in, a statement from developers said last week. Among the features of the …
Business Organizations
DOVER — The Downtown Dover Partnership announced the winners of its summer window-decorating contest Tuesday.
The second day of the 2022 Delaware State saw high temperatures and high action.  Share your Fair pictures at newsroom@iniusa.org or tag the Delaware State News on social media.
Rights-of-ways are essential to how utility companies across the country provide and maintain reliable, affordable, and safe electricity for its consumers. With that in mind, Choptank Electric …
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CHICAGO — The Chicago Network and Investor Cash Management recently hosted an event in Chicago focusing on the collaboration of women leaders in government, finance and technology. The event, …
PRINCESS ANNE — UMES Extension’s Farm Bus Tour will be back on the road August 31 and September 1 for a visit to Eastern and Central Virginia, including a stop at Virginia State …
Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings on Tuesday announced that the state is joining a nationwide Anti-Robocall Litigation Task Force of 50 attorneys general to investigate and take legal action against telecommunications companies that bring a majority of foreign robocalls into the United States.
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The Delaware Division of Small Business is accepting applications for financial assistance for projects that will bring jobs to the state.
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WYOMING — Forty-three years after Mary Fifer Fennemore and her brothers, Carlton and Freddy Fifer, launched the first Customer Appreciation Day at Fifer Orchards, her son, Mike Fennemore, is continuing the warm, fuzzy tradition.
As inflation rates have soared to a 40-year high, Delawareans, like millions of other Americans, have had to navigate the bloated market.
MILFORD — The atmosphere inside the little business Thursday afternoon was convivial, even for a hair salon. There was a breezy back-and-forth between the stylists and customers, borne of years …
HARRINGTON — Farm equity and preservation were the focus of Governor’s Day at the Delaware State Fair on Thursday. Gov. John Carney signed Senate Bill 163, which he said will closely …
CHESWOLD — The company that now owns and operates the factory that many in the community still call the PPG Building, hopes that one day soon people will call it the NVP Building. NVP stands …
A digital media campaign of the Delaware Council on Gambling Problems was recently recognized with Best in Show and Gold honors at the 39th annual Healthcare Advertising Awards.
DOVER — In light of allegations of redlining, or discrimination against neighborhoods with racial and ethnic minorities, Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced a $20 million …
MILFORD — City Council approved the construction of nearly 300 town houses within two neighborhoods Monday.
For its 19th year, the Salisbury Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes Salisbury University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and Wor-Wic Community College students to Delmarva with its College …
GEORGETOWN — As The Circle makes way for a new Sussex County Family Courthouse and other development, its restaurants are ready, making culinary choices seasoned with variety and mirroring the area’s ethnic diversity.
Despite some industry sectors in the First State seeing slight growth, Delaware unemployment rate has remained unchanged since March. According to its monthly report, released on Friday, the …