Local business
DAGSBORO — The cost to annex into the town of Dagsboro will increase, more than doubling in some instances on a sliding scale proposal that’s geared to put fees somewhat on par with most …
DOVER — Giving back and being of service are tenets that La’Reka Marshall lives by. So when she set out to start her own business, of course those principles led her entrepreneurial …
Development
DOVER — The Downtown Dover Partnership and members of Mosaic Development Partners held a small group meeting Tuesday to start creating visuals for a master plan for the Loockerman Street area.
Business Organizations
Central Delaware is very familiar with excellence. Our cherished community of passionate professionals work tirelessly to make central Delaware the gem that it is, therefore, it is only fitting for …
Founded in 2003, Tail Bangers, based in Millsboro, is a bakery producing fresh, healthy dog treats from exclusively U.S.-sourced ingredients. Name: Lisa St. Clair. What is your business?: …
MILFORD — The city of Milford marks the week of May 9 to May 13, 2022, as Economic Development Week with the launch of their new economic development website, Growinmilford.com. The site …
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Three aspiring journalists will be working in area newsrooms this summer through the Delaware Community Foundation’s Journalism Internship Program, in an effort to increase local coverage, deepen the pipeline of journalists of color and elevate stories of underserved communities.
Each day, Holly Strickland opens the Target app and checks if there is any baby formula in stock for her 3-month-old son. If there is, she will order a couple for pickup. But when she’s in the store, the formula section is only about 5% stocked, she said.
NEWARK — Delmarva Power announced Wednesday it is now offering grants to municipalities, recreational authorities, and nonprofit organizations for projects that focus on environmental …
DOVER — The capital city’s downtown area is suffering from vacant storefronts, high crime rates, confusing parking rules and aggressive panhandlers. Those are just some of the reasons why the Downtown Dover Partnership and Mosaic Development Partners have kicked off the “Capital City 2030: Transforming Downtown Dover” survey.
WILMINGTON — Nine Delaware Black-owned businesses are stronger now after graduating as the inaugural class of the Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce EnrichDelaware program. On Tuesday, …
Founded in 2003, Tail Bangers, based in Millsboro, is a bakery producing fresh, healthy dog treats from exclusively U.S.-sourced ingredients.
GEORGETOWN — Will it be yes or no for mandatory sprinklers in new homes in Sussex County? It is expected that automatic sprinkler systems for certain types of housing will spark the most discussion as the county moves to adopt the 2021 International Building Code and International Residential Code.
The Delaware Department of Justice announced that Attorney General Kathy Jennings secured over $400,000 from the owner of TurboTax, Intuit Inc. for low-income residents who paid for tax services that …
MILLSBORO — Because Town Council has denied an annexation request, high-density development will not be coming to a 5-plus acre parcel on the town’s western outskirts.
NEWARK — As part of the company’s clean energy initiatives, Delmarva Power is soliciting proposals for Wind Renewable Energy Credits to serve its customers in Delaware. Delmarva Power …
MIDDLETOWN — Regardless of whether you’re running a race or searching for a business, you look for an opening, make a move and push for a win. That’s what the owners of Elite …
JennyGems is a home-decor-and-gift brand that manufactures its products in Harbeson. JennyGems products are sold in its gift shop, in select boutiques and online.
WILMINGTON — To celebrate National Small Business Week, the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Delaware District Office has named its 2022 Delaware Small Business Award …
The Delaware Department of Agriculture has announced that, starting Friday, the Delaware Council on Farm and Food Policy will be accepting grant applications for projects that stabilize, strengthen and build resilience in the state’s food system.
Representatives of state agencies presented a Preliminary Land Use Service review of a 77-acre parcel near Ellendale on Wednesday, offering suggestions for the planner and developer during a virtual gathering.