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Tuesday, December 3, 2019

ShureLine Construction looks forward to serving customers for the next 30 years

In this holiday season, ShureLine Construction wants to thank our customers, suppliers, and employees for helping ShureLine grow and prosper.  Over the last  30 years, ShureLine’s success has been built on continuity in terms...

Apprenticeship open houses planned in all three counties

The Delaware Department of Labor will mark its Fifth Annual National Apprenticeship Week (NAW) with three open house events, one in each county throughout the state from 6 -7 p.m. to showcase the value...

From Billy Penn: Scabby the union rat could go away, thanks to Philly...

A common sight  during disputes over  the use of union labor in Delaware and elsewhere could be on his way out. The National Labor Relations Board, with appointees from the Trump administration with no ties...

Goldey-Beacom College marks construction milestone

Goldey-Beacom College this month placed the final steel I-beam on William A. Franta Hall as the Board of Trustees, staff, faculty, and students looked on. “This is a major milestone for Goldey-Beacom College and for...

Sussex Tech officials vow to continue push for $150.5 million building project after...

While stung the state’s rejection of  new $150.5 million  school building, Sussex Tech officials vow  to continue the effort. The district had applied to the Delaware Department of Education for a certificate of necessity, the...

Century Engineering relocates to new Dover office building

  Century Engineering, Inc. moved to a  new Dover Office Building. The new, 25,000 square foot building is on a  6.5-acre site that includes the office building, stormwater retention pond (also used as the water...

Consumer fraud lawsuit against Nobles Pond remains in Chancery Court

Developers  of one of the state's largest 55-plus developments continue to be the target of Chancery Court lawsuit filed by the Delaware Attorney General's Office. Attorney General Kathy Jennings said dozens of complaints were...

Bipartisan bill co-sponsored by Coons seeks to grow Apprenticeship programs

A bipartisan group of senators and congressmen, including  Chris Coons introduced the Apprenticeship Hubs Across America Act. This bill establishes a new initiative to grow and expand  Apprenticeship Hubs, which are organizations that help employers design,...

Construction Career Expo a three-hour Monday event in its second year

A slimmed-down  Governor’s Construction Career Expo  will take place on Monday,  Sept. 23. Last year, the first  Construction Career Expo had events on Friday and Saturday. The Expo will introduce training and career paths to roughly 2,000...

Sussex Tech study shows new $150 million high school would be cheaper than...

The Sussex Technical School District a  proposing a new $150.5 million high school building in Georgetown. A district building feasibility project outlined three options for improvements: renovating only the oldest parts of the complex and...