The Bank of America recently loaned dozens of pieces of artwork to the Biggs Museum of American Art for its current exhibition.
The Delaware Lottery logged $1.2 million bets on Super Bowl Sunday through its mobile sports betting app. About 57,000 bets on the game were placed through the app in the state.
Gov. John Carney is investing $25 million in the multi-million dollar vision to transform downtown Dover, fueling redevelopment for city infrastructure and private developers already signed on for key property sites.
DOVER – Del-One Federal Credit Union, the largest credit union in the state, is teaming up with the Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce (DEBCC) to give minority- and women-owned businesses a […]
The Dover Air Force Base will become the new site of the Armed Services Whole Blood Processing Laboratory-East facility; a $30.5 million project.
Kent-Sussex Industries recently celebrated long-awaited renovations at the Life Enrichment Center, marking a milestone in the total transformation at its Skill Development Center in Milford.
With a grant from the Longwood Foundation, Delaware State University has plans to double its nursing program with a new clinical simulation lab and turning the old Dover library into a rehabilitation center.
Sallie Mae donated $1 million to launch an endowment to study barriers to college degree completion among Black college students at Delaware State University.
More than a year after a Kent County study on viable land for economic development with rail access, state officials are now looking at expanding that research throughout Delaware.
The Dover Motor Speedway has added nearly 1,000 camping lots ahead of its 2024 tripleheader weekend, betting big on high interest in camping.
To expand breast cancer screening, RadNet, a national radiology company, will launch an automated screening unit that utilizes artificial intelligence in an 18-month pilot program Friday at the Walmart in Milford.
A cold storage warehouse could be coming to Garrison Oak Business and Technology Park in Kent County, adding more inventory in the First State’s growing market.
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