Local business
Dr. Withney Korley sees great opportunity in clearing things up. That’s why she opened Cedar See Vision Center at 5435 Peterson Road in July 2023.
WILMINGTON — The  Delaware State Chamber of Commerce  and its affiliate, the  Delaware Manufacturing Association , are seeking to determine the  Coolest Thing Made in …
Development
By Benjamin Rothstein Daily State News DOVER — The Delaware Transit Corp. has received a $500,000 grant from the Federal Railroad Administration to explore the creation of a passenger rail line …
Business Organizations
Hey, central Delaware and beyond – The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) needs your help. It’s hard to believe this is the last week of September, and October is right around …
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) appreciates the community waiting patiently for the reveal of the newest Leadership Central Delaware (LCD) Class of 2024. The new graduates of the LCD …
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) is proud to announce the return of one of its most popular and highly revered educational sessions - Kent County Open for Business (KOB). KOB returns …
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ANNAPOLIS – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources’  Fall Oyster Survey  recorded a remarkable year for juvenile oysters in Maryland waters, finding both prolific numbers …
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Many years ago, James Jerman and Samantha Ames faced a dilemma. In their home, they had what they called a “magic card room” — a space solely dedicated to holding cards for a game called “Magic: The Gathering.”
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Two 18-hole black light mini-golf courses with retro and pirate themes. Eight golf simulator bays with IMAX and flat-screen projection, able to create 26 other sport experiences. A bar and restaurant, plus a self-service food and drink area nearby with free games to play.
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Delaware is always in a constant state of development, so it can be easy to miss new projects. Here’s a compilation of some of the development making its way through planning and zoning agencies in central Delaware:
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Woody Gill hopes for quite a windfall during Small Business Saturday this weekend. For him, that would mean six to eight times more in sales than usual at his Smyrna Cards and Gifts.
WILMINGTON — Ayanna Khan, Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce Founder and President/CEO, has joined the World Trade Center Delaware board of directors. Ms. Khan is the newest business …
Starting this November, the Hertrich Family of Automobile Dealerships is hosting the Seventh Annual Snack Pack the Truck, benefiting the United Service Organizations. Hertrich packs trucks with …
While a drive-thru at Middletown's Taco Reho is expected soon, founder Billy Lucas reports that there’s already been a steady flow of foot traffic since the restaurant’s soft opening Oct. 9.
GREENWOOD — Delaware Electric Cooperative’s Beat the Peak program reached a major milestone in October – the program has now saved members more than $40 million. Beat the Peak …
WILMINGTON — The Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce, the Delaware Racial Justice Collaborative, and United Way of Delaware announce the 3rd annual Minority Small Business Pitch or Ditch …
DOVER — An inflection point in business terms is a time of significant change, a turning point. The business world, locally and globally, is experiencing an inflection point when it comes …
Fraizer’s Restaurant in downtown Dover reopened Thursday as 9 East Taphouse after the eatery came under new ownership. That's just one of many news bits in the central Delaware business world recently.
DOVER — There are seven active offshore wind turbines in the United States as of last month: Five turbines are 3.8 miles off the coast of Block Island, Rhode Island, while two sit approximately …
From Massachusetts to North Carolina, states along the East Coast are banking on a renewable energy source to aid their climate goals: offshore wind. And, while Delaware may be further behind in the technology than neighboring New Jersey and Maryland, the state is once again exploring the idea of establishing wind turbines off its coast.
DOVER — The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting for Divine Zone, LLC at the Residence Inn by Marriott Dover. Chamber members and friends joined owner Kevin …
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