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  • Bayhealth launches student loan repayment program

    DOVER — Expanding on its efforts to recruit and retain nurses and other critical positions amid a workforce shortage, Bayhealth will launch a new program that will repay student loans […]
  • People on the Move: Jan. 14

    People on the Move is a rundown of recent hirings, promotions, appointments and other notable achievements by professionals in the state. If you’re interested in submitting an entry, please contact news@delawarebusinesstimes.com. […]
  • People on the Move: Jan. 7

    People on the Move is a rundown of recent hirings, promotions, appointments and other notable achievements by professionals in the state. If you’re interested in submitting an entry, please contact news@delawarebusinesstimes.com. […]
  • Sustainable fashion designer tops competitions

    NEWARK – Sierra RyanWallick has been a social entrepreneur since she was 10 years old. Now a University of Delaware student, her passion has culminated in her sustainable fashion startup, […]
  • McBride ramps up Delaware paid leave campaign

    WILMINGTON – As U.S. lawmakers debate cutting paid family and medical leave from a federal spending bill, State Sen. Sarah McBride (D-Wilmington) is ramping up support for legislation that would […]
  • 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • 🔒 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 […]
  • 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 […]
  • 🔒 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 […]

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