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  • People on the Move – Sept. 1

    Michael L. Conklin joins WSFS Bank as its new executive vice president and chief human resources officer. Conklin will lead the Company’s talent transformation initiative and will be responsible for developing and optimizing people centered strategies for succession, inclusion, learning and development, human sigma, wellbeing, compensation and community partnerships. Conklin joins WSFS with over 25 years […]
  • What Will Tourism Look Like at the Delaware Beaches This Fall?

    By Olivia Montes Story originally ran on Delaware Today As the summer comes to a close and uncertainty about the COVID-19 pandemic’s future lingers, fall tourism seeks to provide a little escape for anyone wishing to get out and about—with some precautions. “Beaches will definitely look different in the same ways that the rest of […]
  • Long-awaited Le Cavalier in Hotel Du Pont to open in September

    Finally, Tyler Akin can exhale a sigh of relief… sort of. Le Cavalier at The Green Room, the French brasserie restaurant opening in Wilmington’s Hotel Du Pont, is set to open on Sept. 1 after delays due to the coronavirus pandemic. The eatery, which will focus on lighter, brighter French food, won’t be cutting any […]
  • Online learning works if students have a growth mindset, stay disciplined

    By Dr. Matthew Tanzy and Dr. Delayne Johnson At the end of the 2020 Spring Break, faculty at Delaware State University worked to transition our courses online. Over the remainder of the Spring semester we held our courses in a synchronous manner where everyone is online, learning at the same time.  We also recorded our […]
  • Bob Perkins: Supercharging Delaware’s emergence from COVID-19

    By Robert W. Perkins Families across Delaware are doing their best to get through the COVID -19 pandemic, struggling day to day to make ends meet and manage the situation the best they can. There is nothing more many can do, as much of the economy remains wholly or partially shut down. Government, on the […]
  • The Bancorp launches new advisor financing program

    The Bancorp, Inc. has introduced an Advisor Financing program through The Bancorp Bank. The new program is designed to meet the distinct needs of registered and independent advisors by providing conventional loans for mergers, acquisitions, debt restructuring and succession planning. The Bancorp institutional banking business has helped advisors over the past 15 years address the […]
  • DSBC praises PAWS for People for fourth straight year

    PAWS for People, a Newark-based pet therapy organization, received the Delaware Small Business Chamber’s Voters’ Choice Award for Delaware’s Best Nonprofit. This is the fourth consecutive year that PAWS for People has won a DSBC Award. In 2017, PAWS received the Award for Best NonProfit; in 2018 it won both the Judges’ and Peoples’ Choice […]
  • White-Reinhardt grant to fund ag-literacy program in Wilmington

    The New Castle County Farm Bureau has been awarded a $1,000 grant from the White-Reinhardt Fund for Education to benefit the Delaware Center for Horticulture (DCH) to support urban farming and ag literacy in Wilmington. The proposal, submitted by the Farm Bureau on behalf of DCH, details the creation of raised beds in the back […]
  • Bethany Beach loosens parking restrictions in August and September

    The Bethany-Fenwick Area Chamber of Commerce and the Town of Bethany Beach are allowing visitors and residents to park for free throughout the town on Tuesday evenings in August from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. and for free throughout the month of September.
  • Reader Response: Land Use approval process falls way short

    I am writing in response to your article about the development of the Cavaliers Country Club. I attended numerous public meetings and met personally with staff from the Gordon administration, County Executive Matt Meyer, Sen. Jack Walsh and Councilman Ken Woods expressing opposition to this development. I was not alone as others advocated in similar […]