Delaware will launch a Community Workforce Agreement pilot , featuring six projects including the $135 million Hodgson Vo-Tech High School.
DOVER – With a nearly $1 billion estimated revenue surplus, Gov. John Carney proposed on Thursday a record $5.48 billion Fiscal Year 2024 operating budget, representing a year-over-year increase of […]
DOVER — Megan McNamara Williams, the vice president of the Delaware Healthcare Association, has been named interim CEO as the top hospital trade group continues its search for a new […]
For years, Delaware nurses have been retiring while education programs struggled to find space to accept rising nurses to fill their ranks.
Delaware Gov. John Carney will propose significant, across-the-board salary raises for state teachers and investments low-income schools.
A bill that would raise unemployment benefits and would temporarily reduce the tax burden on employers is moving through the House.
With not enough doctors coming to Delaware, the J-1 visa program is critical in attracting and retaining physicians in the First State.
When it comes to tourism, 2022 continued to be a solid year for the Delaware, especially when it came to leisure travel. But looking to the future, the question remains: when will meetings and corporate ...
The pandemic changed work, and companies are considering smaller, coworking spaces as an alternative to keep costs down and employees engaged.
While major tenants have pared back national warehouse needs, Delaware has continued to see a tight market with rising rents.
The past year saw record-breaking sales for Delaware commercial real estate, lead by sky-high valuations on warehouses leased by e-commerce giant Amazon. This year’s top sale of Amazon’s Boxwood Road […]
WASHINGTON – Shailen Bhatt, the former Delaware Department of Transportation secretary in the Markell administration, was confirmed earlier this month to lead the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). The Dec. 8 […]
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