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  • Black Swamp Artisanal Market opens in Dover

    DOVER — Farm-to-table business has been growing strong in the last decade, and the Black Swamp Artisanal Market aims to grow stronger roots in the First State’s capital city. Justin and Tara Brant opened the store at 204 W. Loockerman St. earlier this month, selling not only their own pastured pork, chicken and handmade soap, […]
  • 🔒 Delaware farmers tap into precision agriculture, cutting edge tech

    For today’s farmers, time is money — and today’s technology can save them both. Just ask Paul Lester at Hunter Marie Farms in Middletown. He grows corn, soybeans and wheat for Perdue and Hostetter grain on his 2,700-acre farm with his brother. A few years ago, he decided to invest in some technology: a GPS-powered […]
  • Amazon’s future on display with Boxwood opening

    NEWPORT — At long last, Amazon’s crown jewel Boxwood facility with cutting-edge robotics to store inventory and streamline the shipping process has opened for business. The e-commerce juggernaut began receiving thousands of products for inventory starting on Sept. 12, sorting each item with the help of 500 workers and 40,000 robots in the five-story building. […]
  • Delaware invests $110M of fed funds in broadband access

    BRIDGEVILLE — With millions in hand from federal funding, Gov. John Carney and Delaware legislators have their eyes set on making Delaware the first state to deliver high-speed internet to every home and business. “One of the things that we have learned over the last year and a half is that broadband Internet access is […]
  • Sussex hospitals suspend some surgeries amid COVID surge

    With COVID-19 hospitalizations rate higher than they were last winter, southern Delaware hospitals have suspended elective surgeries once again as staff and bed capacity is short. TidalHealth Nanticoke in Seaford announced this week it would pause non-emergency surgeries that required an overnight stay starting on Sept. 13, citing the stress on the regional hospital system. […]
  • 🔒 Milton company to study Dolle’s sign relocation

    REHOBOTH BEACH — The fate of the iconic Dolle’s sign that looms over the Rehoboth Beach boardwalk has yet to be decided, as city officials are debating whether to hold onto a piece of local history — and whether the price is worth paying. One sign company based in Milton may play a key role […]
  • Indian River coal plant closure may be postponed

    DAGSBORO  — Delaware’s last coal-fired plant may be open a little longer, as plant operators and the regional power grid operator are working out how closing it may impact service reliability for customers. NRG Energy announced earlier this summer that it would close its 410-megawatt Indian River Generating Station in May 2022, eliminating 50 jobs. […]
  • DSU fintech partnership aims to bridge wealth gap

    DOVER  — Investor Cash Management (ICM) is now offering members of the Delaware State University community a new financial option that grows wealth and opens new investment opportunities beyond typical bank accounts. Continuing the commemoration of the university’s 130th anniversary, ICM announced a partnership with DSU to offer cash management accounts to DSU students, faculty, […]
  • Biden taps DSU President Allen to head HBCU board

    WASHINGTON – Delaware State University President Tony Allen has been appointed by President Joe Biden to chair the President’s Board of Advisors on Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). The role would guide the board’s efforts to directly advise the Biden administration on legislative, regulatory and funding solutions related to HBCUs as well as policy-making […]
  • 🔒 In the C-Suite: Nick Moriello; President of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield Delaware

    WILMINGTON — Looking back on his early years, Nick Moriello did not envision himself in the insurance sector but a test scheduled one fateful summer may have changed his course. “I just came home after freshman year at DeSales University and I couldn’t wait to go to the beach. I’ll never forget, my dad told […]

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