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  • Delaware manufacturing keeps aircraft industry aloft

    It may be hard to believe considering Delaware was the last state to begin commercial airline service until as recently as last month, but aircraft manufacturing has long been a vital cog in the state’s manufacturing industry. Delaware has roughly 560 manufacturers according to data from the North American Industry Classification System, but transportation equipment […]
  • As Ørsted seeks interconnection site, Skipjack delayed until 2026

    BETHANY BEACH — Ørsted, the Danish multinational green energy company developing the Skipjack Wind Farm off Delaware’s coast, has delayed plans to bring its wind turbines online until the second quarter of 2026, four years after what it originally proposed. The delay comes as Ørsted is continuing to search for sites for Skipjack’s transmission cable […]
  • Proposed Rehoboth hotel site sold for $4.2M

    REHOBOTH BEACH — The Rehoboth Avenue property previously planned for a four-story hotel has been sold to Bette Gallo, founder and president of Gallo Realty, and Don Lockwood, owner of Milton-based Lockwood Design and Construction. The sale for 330 Rehoboth Avenue was finalized on Jan. 12 for $4.2 million, according to county land records. JJ […]
  • ChristianaCare plans new Pediatric Care Center

    WILMINGTON – ChristianaCare plans on adding a 24-hour Pediatric Care Center, complete with 14 beds for urgent care and short in-patient stays, at its recently opened Center for Women’s & Children’s Health at the Newark campus. The unit would combine short-stay inpatient and non-scheduled emergent ambulatory care, staffed around the clock by ChristianaCare’s pediatric specialists. […]
  • Chesapeake Utilities gets approval to expand natural gas in Md.

    DOVER — Chesapeake Utilities Corporation has cleared the final hurdle to extend a natural gas pipeline further onto Maryland’s Eastern Shore, the latest piece of a $34 million project to expand infrastructure on the Delmarva peninsula. The Maryland Board of Public Works, presided over by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, approved a permit on Jan. 27 […]
  • New TID could draw interest to Frederica area

    DOVER — Kent County and state officials are taking the first steps for a Transportation Improvement District (TID), a move that eases the path for pockets of development in Little Heaven and South Frederica. The TID outlines future transportation infrastructure around the three small towns, and creates a fee formula to subsidize those improvements. By […]
  • Carney eases indoor gathering restrictions

    As Delaware’s COVID-19 hospitalization numbers continue to fall, Gov. John Carney eased more restrictions Friday, including limits on public indoor events and gyms. Under the latest order, capacity for public events and gatherings at businesses and other indoor spaces was raised from 10 people to 25 people, or at 50% of stated fire occupancy restrictions, […]
  • ChristianaCare joint spinal surgery center nears approval

    WILMINGTON — The joint ChristianaCare and Delaware Neurosurgical Group surgery center was recommended for approval by Delaware’s health care services review board earlier this week. If approved by the Delaware Health Resources Board next week, ChristianaCare will renovate its existing Roxana Cannon Arsht Surgicenter at its Wilmington Campus and reopen it as a Center for […]
  • App matches chicken litter suppliers with buyers

    Some poultry farmers are selling it for $30 per ton, while others don’t list prices in hopes of striking a deal with a fellow farmer. But in 2021, being full of “it” can quite literally mean profits. The chicken litter market has entered the digital age with Littr, a smartphone app developed by Common Logic […]
  • Maryland garden store acquires Ronny’s in Smyrna

    SMYRNA – Homestead Gardens Inc. of Maryland has bought Delaware mainstay Ronny’s Garden World and plans to reopen the store under new management as soon as possible. “We’re proud to bring to our reputation for helping area homeowners and gardeners create beautiful spaces,” Homestead Gardens CEO and owner Brian Riddle said in a prepared statement. […]