Local business
DOVER — Delaware nonprofits are invited to apply for the Delaware Community Foundation’s 2022 Capital Grants. For 2022, approximately $200,000 will be awarded to qualified 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations that serve Delawareans. Grant applications are being accepted now, and must be submitted electronically. Guidelines and application are at delcf.org/grants.
DOVER — NCALL together with the TD Bank Financial Education program, will host two one-hour long sessions titled, Build and Maintain Great Credit. The resource session are free and will be …
Development
MIDDLETOWN — Despite traffic concerns, the town’s Planning & Zoning Commission unanimously approved a proposal for a 600,000-square-foot warehouse on Auto Park Drive, off Del. 299, on Thursday.
Business Organizations
NEW CASTLE COUNTY, DE — Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach, REALTORS® salutes sales associates in the New Castle County Offices for being the office leaders for the month of …
The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce works day in and day out to help take care of its member businesses. That has never been more true than during this past 18-plus months of the pandemic. In …
LEWES — The Sussex County Land Trust (SCLT), a nonprofit land conservation and preservation organization, recently accepted a donation of $26,448 from Beer and Benevolence, the philanthropic …
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WILMINGTON — Monday, Jan. 10, marks the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce’s 185th Annual Dinner. The State Chamber is pleased to announce Dr. Kathleen Shelton, vice president and chief …
NEW CASTLE — On Oct. 19 the Delaware River and Bay Authority (DRBA) welcomed a new Board member as Commission Vice Chairman Samuel E. Lathem administered the Oath of Office to Theodore W. Becker of Lewes, Delaware, prior to the bi-state agency’s monthly meeting. Commissioner Becker replaces Jim Ford who resigned in late July. On October 13, the Delaware State Senate unanimously confirmed his nomination. His term extends to July 1, 2022.
DOVER – The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the Delaware Thunder Professional Hockey Club on Oct. 5 at 4 p.m. The event was held at the Centre Ice Arena on the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington. Chamber members and friends joined CEO/President Charles F. Pens, Sr., and his team to celebrate the relaunching of Central Delaware’s number one sports franchise.
DOVER — Revitalization is cool in New Castle County. Future development potential is the thing in Kent County. Investment in health care options is hot in Sussex.
DOVER — The Delaware Chamber of Commerce brought business and civic leaders from up and down the state to Dover on Thursday to focus on finding new talent and developing the state’s …
NEW CASTLE — Friendly Ice Cream Corporation is proudly supporting Easterseals Children’s Therapy programs through a special Halloween campaign. Supporters of the Friendly’s …
NEW CASTLE — Easterseals Delaware & Maryland’s Eastern Shore recently received a $25,000 grant from Discover Bank to support its Supported Employment program – a program which …
NEWARK — Three local Delmarva Power employees have been recognized with the company’s highest achievement for volunteerism and community involvement. Antonios Boulos, Anne Gwal and Donna …
DOVER — On Oct. 14, at the Modern Maturity Center in Dover, the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce is bringing together business leaders from around the state to participate in an engaging …
SMYRNA – Where others may see a pile of rocks or rubble, Smyrna-based artist and businessman Richard H. Bailey may see a school of fish, a rugged cross or a turtle. It’s that …
WILMINGTON – Gov. John Carney announced plans Tuesday to invest $50 million the state’s workforce development programs. “We hear constantly from site selectors that the most …
WILMINGTON — The Delaware Nonprofit Support Program will open applications for a fourth round of funding for eligible nonprofits on Oct. 4. The grant program is exclusive to nonprofits, …
GLASGOW — An advanced medical technology firm has announced plans to invest more than $32 million and add 29,000 square feet to its facility in the Glasgow Business Community, south of Newark.
WILMINGTON — The Delaware Racial Justice Collaborative has launched the Fusion Alliance, a partnership with the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce, the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce …
WILMINGTON — On Oct. 20-22, human resources professionals from dozens of local and national organizations will attend the 21st annual Delaware Society for Human Resource Management Virtual Conference & Expo.