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  • M&T Bank launches bilingual branches in Delaware

    Analine Ayala is the sole owner, cook, bookkeeper and manager at El Cantaro, her Mexican restaurant in New Castle that she opened in 2018. Ayala, who primarily speaks Spanish, arrives early to her restaurant every morning to make tortillas and pico de gallo, marinate the meats, and complete other prep work for the day ahead. […]
  • Carney files Ida disaster request as damages exceed $3M

    WILMINGTON – Gov. John Carney has requested a presidential disaster declaration for New Castle County, weeks after remnants of Hurricane Ida swept through northern Delaware, causing the Brandywine Creek to flood to historic levels and damaging more than 160 properties. “I have determined that this incident is of such severity and magnitude that effective recovery […]
  • 🔒 New Castle County bans southern septic subdivisions   

    NEW CASTLE – The New Castle County Council voted in late August to ban major subdivisions on septic systems, in a bid to protect water quality and limit sprawl development in the county’s rural areas south of the C&D Canal. The split vote permanently extended County Executive Matt Meyer’s three-year moratorium on the use of […]
  • Wilmington to seek disaster funds for Ida flooding

    WILMINGTON – City officials are seeking a disaster declaration from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, one week after the Brandywine River flooded at unprecedented levels as Hurricane Ida traveled up the Atlantic Coast. State officials reported more than 248 water rescues on Sept. 1 as the storm battered the city’s northeast side. More than 200 […]
  • 🔒 Advocates lobby for national paid leave law

      WILMINGTON – Delaware lawmakers, local business owners and progressive leaders joined the Paid Leave for All campaign’s bus tour stop on Wednesday morning at Wilmington’s Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park, calling for a national paid family and medical leave program for workers across the U.S. “It helps small businesses. It helps large businesses,” U.S. Rep. Lisa […]
  • 🔒 Restaurateurs lobby for more federal aid after fund runs dry

    Lawmakers and restaurant industry lobbyists are pushing for an additional $60 billion to replenish the Restaurant Revitalization Fund (RRF), a U.S. Small Business Administration effort that quickly ran out of money this spring after an onslaught of applications, leaving more than 177,000 operators still in need of funding. That includes the bulk of Delaware applicants: […]
  • Basha Silverman: CEO of Jewish Family Services of Delaware

  • Robert Brady: Chairman at Young Conaway Stargatt & Taylor

  • Carney signs bill to set minimum wage to $15 by 2025

    On Monday morning, amid the bustle of downtown Wilmington as cashiers, fast food cooks, dishwashers and other low-wage employees clocked in, Governor John Carney signed into law a bill that could have a profound impact on both those workers’ paychecks and their employers’ bottom lines. Under Senate Bill 15, Delaware employers will be required to […]
  • Clean Slate Act passes legislature with Chase support

    DOVER – A bill that would speed up the expungement process for certain crimes cleared the General Assembly in June and now heads to Gov. John Carney for his consideration. Backed by JPMorgan Chase and other large employers, the Clean Slate Act would streamline the record-clearing process by automating expungement for eligible misdemeanors and felonies, […]

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