Local business
MILFORD — The Food Bank of Delaware’s president and CEO believes the state “is going backwards in terms of the number of Delawareans who are food-insecure.” Cathy …
DOVER — Many Delawareans do not have access to healthy food because they live in a food desert. On Tuesday, the Delaware State Senate voted unanimously to approve a bill that aims to …
Development
Though she wasn’t sure when, Alisha McCanney had been planning to open a second location for her counseling facility in Middletown. Now, thanks to recently awarded state assistance, her hoped-for arrival date in the Bunker Hill Professional Centre is mid-September.
Business Organizations
The MOT Rotary Club utilized a $5,000 grant last fall to improve vision in Africa, then added another $1,200 of its own funds to the same cause.
The Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce Spring Luncheon was held Wednesday at Middletown Memorial Hall.
LEWES — When Cheryl Wood and her spouse retired to Sussex County more than two decades ago, she didn’t intend on becoming the lynch pin of several programs aimed at helping the homeless …
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Lindsay Powell-Conley hosted some special guests Friday to show off her childhood home and the menu that comes with it. The host of “America’s Best Restaurants,” Theo Williams, along with videographer Michael Dick, visited the Elizabeth Esther Café in Smyrna for an upcoming episode of the online show.
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WILMINGTON — The Delaware Department of Labor announces a new initiative to provide individuals in select registered apprenticeship programs with the opportunity to earn up to 42 college …
This team of writers, designers and managers has impressed the industry once again. Almost 30 industry awards were presented this month to the Independent Newsmedia team of Daily State News, …
Dr. Eugenia Caternor operates a pair of Smyrna businesses that could treat one patient in two different ways — as a visit to the Kairos Embrace Behavioral Health Clinic can be a trip to Transformations Center for Weight Loss, too.
The Delaware Municipal Electric Corp. will soon pay $177 million to assure enough energy for customers, but the financial impact will vary among communities.
He’s a church-going father of three, a husband and a former truck driver who decided to take a huge chance for his family. When Charles Ringgold opened Himalayan Salt Of The Earth Cave in Middletown in February, from his perspective, he was a first-time business owner who just happened to be Black.
When it comes to mental health therapy, “We’ve come a long way, but we still have a long way to go in destigmatizing it,” says Tamara Gibbons. Gibbons is a Licensed Associate …
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Kairos Embrace Behavioral Health March 23 at 1000 Smyrna Clayton Blvd, Unit 5 in Smyrna. Chamber members and friends …
DOVER — In recent years, Delaware’s General Assembly has made strides to eradicate symptoms of poverty. And, while many still face the challenges destitution brings, and others live …
Breathing is believing, Charles Ringgold says. Through his own experience inhaling salt-infused air, he knows its benefits for respiratory health.
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce is preparing for one of its most impactful events of the year: the 22nd annual Legislative Luncheon, brought to you by BIG Investment Services.
Some vestiges remain of the farmland that is now a neighborhood. Amidst all the houses, an older red barn overlooks a thawing farmyard, snow at the edges, mud in the middle, and grass that will …
The early returns are good for Odessa's Corner Grounds Cafe, said its owner Kevin Taisey. He credits a steady stream of patrons since its Jan. 18 opening.
A number of Americans are dealing with cellular outages on AT&T, Cricket Wireless, Verizon, T-Mobile and other service providers, according to data from Downdetector. AT&T had more than …
It’s an event venue and creative space that’s nestled in the heart of downtown Smyrna. At the intersection of well-traveled Main and Commerce streets sits Social at Main, a new venture in a historic area.
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