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Thursday, December 14, 2017

Employees move into new Rehoboth City Hall

Rehoboth  Beach employees have moved into the new municipal complex, the city manager’s office reported. The new City Hall houses the Administration, Finance, Information Technology, Building & Licensing and Alderman's Court offices along with the...

Rehoboth home wins design honor

The Rehoboth House in Rehoboth Beach, designed by Scott Edmonston, AIA of SEA Studio Architects was honored with the award for Best Modern Architecture from the Delaware Today Home Design Contest. Winners were announced during a ceremony...

Small Business Administration’s Delaware office seeks nominations for annual awards

The SBA’s Delaware District Office is seeking nominations for its annual Small Business Awards, honoring Delaware small business, as well as business owners and assistance organizations. At this year’s Delaware Small Business Awards Ceremony in...

Mountaire prepares for Thanksgiving at Christmas food distribution

On Wednesday, December 20th, Mountaire Farms will distribute boxes of food during the annual Thanksgiving at Christmas event at our Selbyville warehouse. This event is held for local food pantries and shelters that work with Mountaire...

Delaware Tech work earns Standard Solar project of the year honor

Standard Solar, Inc.,  received the Project of the Year Award for its solar project for Delaware Technical Community College during Solar Focus 2017. The annual east coast solar industry conference is hosted by the Maryland-DC-Delaware-Virginia Solar...

Sussex rolls out business loan program for portions of the county

Sussex County is replacing an underused business loan program, with a program that combines funds from the county and Discover Bank. County Council this week approved the creation of a new economic development loan program that will...

(Updated) Skeletal remains hold clues to lives of early settlers in Delaware

(Photos courtesy of The Smithsonian) An archeological study is providing insight into some of Delaware’s earliest colonial settlers. The discovery of numerous artifacts as well as 11 well-preserved burial sites dating to the late 1600s fills...

State public health division closes tattoo parlor-barber shop in Selbyville

The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) ordered the closing of a tattoo establishment operating out of a barbershop in Selbyville. In addition to operating without a permit and being entirely unregulated, DPH staff were...

Delaware Electric returns $4.8 million to members

Delaware Electric Cooperative’s  Board of Directors has voted to return $4.8 million in capital credits to the Cooperative’s member-owners in December. Capital credits are also known as the co-op’s profits or margins. Because DEC is...

More residents near Mountaire plant getting bottled water after well tests

The  Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has determined that more homes near the Mountaire chicken processing plant near Millsboro should receive bottled water.  DNREC  working with the Delaware Division of Public Health to sample water...
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