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  • State Auditor McGuiness resigns after getting probation, fine

    DOVER – Delaware’s Auditor of Accounts Kathy McGuiness was sentenced to one year of probation, a $10,000 fine and 500 hours of community service for two misdemeanors related to her […]
  • 🔒 How Delaware unions, training will factor into offshore wind jobs

    In coming years, Delaware’s Atlantic Ocean vistas will likely be dotted with tiny wind turbines off in the distance, with football-field-length blades rotating to generate renewable energy that will travel […]
  • New program ‘boosts’ Wilmington students’ graduation odds

    WILMINGTON – A highly personalized, multi-school effort is helping more students from the city of Wilmington graduate high school, according to school officials. Boost’22, a multi-district initiative launched last year […]
  • The Innovation Space

    5 years of tackling the world’s biggest problems. In the five years since scientists using The Innovation Space in Wilmington first turned on the lights in the labs, the 130,000-square-foot […]
  • 🔒 In Kent County, the future of solar relies on land use

    Kent County commissioners want to ensure that the rolling farmlands of central Delaware stay filled with corn, soybeans and other crops — which is why they say they’ve been battling […]
  • UD’s Star Campus

    Where science innovates to serve global, local needs. As Kathleen Matt says goodbye to the University of Delaware, she can look back and say with confidence that the Science, Technology […]
  • Great Outdoor Cottages continues manufacturing ahead of move

    Construction has recently started on a new 45,000-square-foot manufacturing plant in Georgetown, and the company that will fill the massive space is already looking to expand its footprint in the […]
  • Delaware farmers’ markets ready to embrace new normal

    Forget the one-way lines and hurried shopping: First State farmer’s markets in all three counties are ready to welcome people back for the first restriction-free season since the COVID-19 pandemic […]
  • 🔒 Shifting real estate market presents challenges, experts say

    In the First State, a real estate market driven by high prices, rising interest rates and challenges from supply chain disruptions is benefitting some businesses, but not the average homeowner, […]
  • Modern ferry fleet to reduce carbon footprint

    LEWES —The existing Cape May-Lewes Ferry fleet carrying passengers and vehicles across the 17-mile-wide waterway is about to get a total makeover. Delaware’s federal delegation recently announced $600,000 in funding […]

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