The number of residential building permits is on the rise in Cecil County. Cecil County’s Office of Land Use and Development Services (LUDS) has already issued 160 residential building permits […]
The Cecil County Arts Council is partnering with local farms to launch a craft and food market at 135 E. Main Street in Elkton, Maryland. The collaboration is being called […]
By Alexander Vuocolo As the national push for a $15 per hour minimum wage builds momentum, neighboring states have outpaced Delaware in raising the wage floor. On March 28, Maryland lawmakers overrode […]
Northrop Grumman is expanding its manufacturing operations in Cecil County, Maryland. The defense and aerospace company company plans to add 175 news jobs over the next five years. The current […]
The first Hyatt-branded hotel in Ocean City, Md. has officially opened along the city’s famed boardwalk. Hyatt Place Ocean City/Oceanfront offers 105 guestrooms, beachfront views, a 24-hour gym and meeting […]
Mark Kleinschmidt resigned as president/CEO of the New Castle Chamber of Commerce in November of 2017. Now he’s taking over the top spot at Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce in […]
(AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency said Friday that it plans to deny Maryland and Delaware petitions seeking emissions reductions from power plants in five upwind states. The petitions sought […]
(AP) — The governors of Maryland and Delaware are urging the Federal Regulatory Commission to expedite its review of the $278 million Artificial Island transmission line project. Govs. Larry Hogan […]
With the State of Maryland offering a tax-discounted week for back-to-school shoppers August 13-19, outlet malls bordering Delaware and Washington, D.C. are offering promotions to woo shoppers to the state. […]
MILFORD, Del. (AP) — A Delaware-based perishable food distribution and warehousing company says it is laying off workers in its home state, Maryland and Georgia. The News Journal of Wilmington […]
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