Local business
While an approval for the Northstar subdivision, near Lewes, isn’t yet in the cards, conversation about the proposed development is far from over.
DOVER — Salty sides of happiness were top of mind Friday, as restaurants throughout the country marked National French Fry Day, with several giving them away. It’s reported that, for …
Development
GEORGETOWN — Residents and neighbors along Old Landing Road in Rehoboth Beach have split over whether to allow a retail business, in this case a hair salon, west of the four-way stop with …
Business Organizations
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 …
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 …
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 …
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GOVERNMENT
Millsboro leaders have taken a step to fund parks and recreation.
DEVELOPMENT
The Sussex County Planning & Zoning Commission is scheduled to review the final site and landscape plans of the second phase of Patriots Glen, a planned 128-lot residential community off John J. Williams Highway, Millsboro, during its 3 p.m. Wednesday meeting at 2 The Circle, Georgetown.
GOVERNMENT
Land in Dagsboro purchased by US Wind from Indian River Power in December will have to wait to resume operations as a power substation.
Utilities
GREENWOOD — Delaware Electric Cooperative’s lineworkers won two awards at the 20th annual Gaff-n-Go Lineworker’s Rodeo in Doswell, Virginia. Over 300 lineworkers from 11 states …
Government/Seeds of Need
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 …
The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting May 20 for Hurricane Hapkido, a renovated martial arts studio.
Weis Markets, a mid-Atlantic food retailer with an existing presence in southern Delaware, is seeking an expansion into Millsboro.
SELBYVILLE — Avery Hall Insurance Group announces the grand opening and ribbon cutting of its new office in Selbyville on June 25 in conjunction with the Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of …
Rep. Jeff Hilovsky, R-Millsboro, and State Treasurer Colleen Davis will host an informational meeting June 4 about the Delaware Expanding Access for Retirement and Necessary Savings Program and financial literacy in education.
A unique, flavorful experience is awaiting Delawareans and visitors to the First State. The 2024 Delaware Grown Road Trip is underway, an effort launched Friday by the Delaware Department of Agriculture in collaboration with tourism agencies, farms and markets.
DOVER — The Delaware Restaurant Association will host Hospitality Ambassador Boot Camp for the local hospitality workforce June 3 at King’s Creek Country Club in Rehoboth Beach. …
Having torn down an old residence and paying for a new one to be installed on their Dagsboro lot, William and Vicki Abel were surprised to find that their plan isn’t in line with Sussex County code, particularly after being issued a permit for the work by the county.
The Greater Millsboro Chamber of Commerce will hold its next Coffee Connect on July 9 at The Journey: A Wesleyan Church, 255 Wilson Highway.
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, …
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