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Mike Rocheleau

  • Firefly Music Festival prepares for ticket sales

    DOVER — After a halted 2020 season, the 2021 Firefly Music Festival will return to Dover with Billie Eilish, The Killers, Tame Impala and Lizzo headlining the four-day event running September 23 to 26.  The event, owned and operated by mega concert promoter AEG Presents, is a huge driver for the state’s economy, drawing tens […]
  • Artisans’ Bank turns 160

    Artisans’ Bank will be marking a milestone in 2021, celebrating the institution’s 160th anniversary. Artisans’ Bank was formed in 1861 by a group of ten area businessmen who had the vision of creating a bank for local working people: the “Artisans”. The founders of Artisans’ Bank endeavored to create a mutual bank, owned by its […]
  • People on the Move: May 7

    People on the Move is a rundown of recent hirings, promotions, appointments and other notable movements by professionals in the state. If you’re interested in submitting an entry, please contact [email protected] Dr. Robert Ddamulira has joined the Board of Trustees of the Delaware and Pennsylvania Chapters of The Nature Conservancy.   Dr. Ddamulira is currently a Researcher at […]
  • Delaware ends COVID-19 vaccination “waiting list”

    DOVER  – With vaccinations and vaccine availability entering a new phase, the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) will close the COVID-19 vaccination wait list to new sign-ups on Friday, May 7, by 3:00 p.m., and instead will focus on providing the public with information about available vaccination opportunities throughout the state. The wait list, which […]
  • “Get Delaware Reading” campaign named national “Bright Spot”

    WILMINGTON – The national Campaign for Grade-Level Reading (CGLR) has announced that United Way of Delaware’s (UWDE) “Get Delaware Reading” campaigns in New Castle, Kent, and Sussex counties have each been named national “2021 Bright Spot” communities for innovative responses to the instructional challenges posed by the COVID crisis. The CGLR “Bright Spot” recognition highlights 54 […]
  • Jones Fiduciary Wealth Management opens its doors 

    Jones Fiduciary Wealth Management (JFWM) announced the opening of its one fee-based financial planning and investment advisory firm. JFWM is a registered investment adviser (RIA) firm, and serving customers throughout Delaware and Rhode Island. The firm was founded by industry veteran Shaun Jones, former associate partner at a leading advisory firm and author of UnBrainwashed Investing: How […]
  • Jewish Federation of Delaware honored with Award Of Distinction

    WILMINGTON – The Jewish Federation of Delaware was named a winner in the 27th Annual Communicator Awards in the Annual Report/Non-Profit category for its 2019-2020 IMPACT Report to the Community, “In Challenging Times, We Grow Stronger TOGETHER”. You can view the digital version at: https://www.shalomdelaware.org/publications/annual-report.html “Our IMPACT Report to the Community is a journey through […]
  • NCC announces conservation of over 250 acres in Port Penn

    NEW CASTLE – New Castle County Executive Matt noted the conservation of nearly 250 acres of critical farm and wildlife lands near the Port Penn area of southern New Castle County. The now protected Warren and Gillespie tracts are critical pieces of land because of their proximity to sea level and sensitive habitat for native and […]
  • Publisher’s View: Delaware shouldn’t pick and choose its epidemics

    By Robert Martinelli  Is gun violence an epidemic, as the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested to Delaware officials back in 2015, a disease that can be treated through science? After studying gun violence in Wilmington, the CDC recommended integration of statewide social service, criminal justice, school, and other databases to better identify […]
  • Delaware Racial Justice Collaborative and Comcast launching free WiFi “Lift Zones”

    Wilmington – The Delaware Racial Justice Collaborative (DRJC), a statewide group of community-based organizations committed to eliminating systemic racism in Delaware, today announced that Comcast is supporting its work to help primarily black and brown children in high-need communities across New Castle County by equipping five learning pods in high-need communities as WiFi-connected “Lift Zones” […]