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Monday, December 18, 2017

Gas prices a little lighter on the wallet during holidays.

As temperatures dropped throughout the region this week, so have prices at the pump.   Delaware saw a three-cent dip in gas prices, although motorists are paying seven cents a gallon more than during the...

Tourism Office travel guide wins top honor

The Delaware Tourism Office (Visit Delaware) has received the Adrian Award global travel marketing honor. Honored was the most recent edition of the Official State Travel Guide, which was released in May. Visit Delaware joined...

Italian restaurant opens in former Mile High, Bardolino location

The star-crossed Glen Mills location that housed two steakhouses now has an Italian restaurant. Quietly opening last month was Angelina’s Italian Grill at the former locations of Mile High and Bardolino steakhouses on Baltimore Pike...

Rush hour snow snarls traffic

Light snow  jammed rush hour traffic Friday night.  As predicted, conditions were difficult as commuters tough conditions on their way home. Drivers complained of  one and even two-hour commutes within northern Delaware.  Unlike many storms in...

Refinery cited for not immediately informing DNREC about planned shutdown

The Delaware City refinery of PDF Energy has received a violation notice from the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control for not providing notice of a shutdown of a key unit at...

Sussex meadary offering a honey, lemon, tomato creation

On Friday, Brimming Horn and mead maker Jon Talkington  will release the first of its kind, Wolf Peach, a mead made from honey, locally grown green tomatoes, and lemons.  “The tomato is an old country winemakers...

Iceland’s Wow air to expand service from Baltimore

WOW air  will  expand its schedule from Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport during the summer of 2018.   During the 2018 peak summer season, WOW air will offer twice-daily departures on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. ...

A holiday break for our newsletter.

The five-day-a-week  Delaware Business Now newsletter will take a holiday break beginning on Dec. 25 through  Jan. 1, 2018. While the newsletter is on hiatus, stories will continue to be posted on the website throughout the...

State releases its annual investor scam list

The Delaware Department of Justice released its annual list of top investor threats and reminded Delawareans to use caution when approached with any unsolicited investment opportunities. “All investments involve a degree of risk,” said Attorney...

Flu claims first victim in Delaware

The Division of Public Health (DPH) is reporting the first flu-related death of the 2017-2018 flu season. The individual, a 47-year-old male from New Castle County, passed away last week at a local hospital. The...
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