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    Two Wilmington restaurants closing their doors

    Two Wilmington restaurants are closing their doors. Kooma announced the closing of its restaurant on the northern end of the Riverfront late last month, citing the rising costs of operating the Asian food spot. Kooma was known for its sushi selections. Kooma announced it would continue to operate a restaurant in West Chester, PA. Also […]

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    Charges dropped for now against American Legion officers as probe widens

    (Click on image at left to enlarge) Charges  have been dropped against former and current officers of an American Legion Post. The decision came about as new evidence came to light and the case grew in complexity. The Delaware Department of Justice issued the following statement in the case: “Due to information discovered after the […]

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    Shore Bancshares to merge its two banks under Shore United name

    Shore Bancshares, Inc. plans  to merge its two subsidiary banks, The Talbot Bank headquartered in Easton,  MD  and CNB,  headquartered in Centreville,  MD  into one bank that will be known as Shore United Bank. CNB has branches in Camden, Dover, Felton and Milford, DE. “Merging our two banks provides efficiencies that will allow us to […]

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    Emory Hill announces completion of sale of White Clay Creek Corporate Center

    Emory Hill Companies announced the completion of phase two of the sale of the White Clay Corporate Center office complex. Shelbourne Global Solutions, LLC, a privately held firm headquartered in Brooklyn, NY,  purchased four of the seven buildings in the complex in 2015, and recently purchased the remaining three buildings to complete the acquisition. Financial […]

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    Economic disruptions and opportunities highlighted at EDiS Institute

    Attendees ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 5 Economic development researchers Richard Florida and  Jon Roberts see  opportunities for growth in Delaware as long as residents and leaders recognize that the economy has changed forever. Both  spoke today at the EDiS Institute, an economic and industry update event that is held every two years by the […]

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    Delaware jobless rate drops to 4.4 percent

    US Delaware chart ◄ Back Next ► Picture 1 of 4 Delaware’s jobless rate in March fell to into full employment territory at  4.4 percent, down from 4.6 percent in February, the Delaware Department of Labor reported on Friday. The seasonally adjusted report listed  21,100 unemployed Delawareans in March compared to 22,700 in March 2015. […]

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