• Proposal deadline announced for DART transportation center venture in Wilmington

     The Delaware Department of Transportation and  Delaware Transit Corp. (DART)  are working on a  public/private venture to construct a multi-million dollar Wilmington Transit Center on state-owned land just east of Walnut Street and north of Front Street, adjacent to the train station. The selected private entity would, at its expense, design, build, maintain and operate a […]

  • Businesses show interest in Milford Memorial Hospital property

     Bayhealth is looking for ideas on redeveloping the current Milford Memorial Hosptial campus   “It’s easy to see the work underway off Route 1 on the health campus project, but behind the scenes, the redevelopment of the Clarke Avenue Facility is also a top priority for Bayhealth,” said Bayhealth CEO Terry Murphy. With the help […]

  • Dover AFB loses bid to host new generation of tankers

    Dover Air Force base lost out in a bid to be the home of  tanker aircraft The Air Force News Service  reported that Joint Base McGuire Dix Lakehurst, New Jersey, and Travis Air Force Base, California, were selected as  preferred locations for the next two KC-46A Pegasus bases.   Both bases are now home to KC10 […]

  • DuPont to spend $200 million to upgrade Experimental Station

    DuPont CEO Ed Breen offered an upbeat view of the company at the annual dinner of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce, announcing a $200 million upgrade at  the company’s historic Experimental Station near Wilmington. “We have momentum going into 2017,” Breen told 900 people at the State Chamber’s annual dinner at the Chase Center […]

  • Chemours to remain at renovated DuPont Building

    Chemours will remain in the former DuPont building. Gov. Jack Markell made the announcement Monday night at the annual  meeting of the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce.  Markell said Buccini/Pollin Group will redevelop the building that also houses the Hotel duPont. Buccini/Pollin had long been seen as a frontrunner in redeveloping the site, which was  the […]

  • Governor lifts State of Emergency in Sussex

    Gov. Jack Markell lifted a Limited State of Emergency and Level 1 Driving Warning for Sussex County, Saturday night. Delaware Department of Transportation snowplow crews reported progress on   Sunday in clearing primary and secondary roads in Sussex. Fortunately, the primary roads across the state were mostly snow and ice free, so some assets have been […]

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