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Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Delmarva Power plans to file rate hike request this year

Delmarva Power plans to file for a rate increase for natural gas and electric customers. On Dec. 20, the Exelon utility  informed the Delaware  Division of the Public Advocate on their "intent to file an...

Tony Allen takes helm at Delaware State University on New Year’s Day

On  New Year’s Day,  Dr. Tony Allen becomes the 12th President in the 129-year history of Delaware State University. Allen succeeds Dr. Wilma Mishoe, who in September announced her retirement at the end of 2019....

Class-action suit filed after Wawa reports malware capable of capturing credit, debt card numbers

A class-action lawsuit has been filed in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia after Wawa Inc. reported a data breach at its stores. Wawa reported that the company found malware on its computer system that was...

Delmava Poultry sees big flaws in ammonia study

Delmava Poultry Industry has called into question a study of ammonia emissions from chicken houses in Maryland. The study from the University of North Carolina did not include   Delaware. Holly Porter, executive director of...

Construction underway on new Dover shopping center

Construction started on Dover’s newest shopping center last month. The new center on 1128 Forrest Ave. will add thousands of square feet of retail space and up to 50,000 square feet of office space.  The first...

Dover Downs owner has new chairman of the board

Good afternoon everyone, There was a big change in the boardroom of  Dover Downs owner Twin River Worldwide Holdings with the company's major investor taking the helm. John E. Taylor, Jr. is stepping down as Executive...

From the Small Business Administration: U.S. Air Force veteran launches Delaware’s first herbal apothecary

For Cindy Collins – U.S. Air Force veteran and owner of Delaware-based holistic wellness firm Euphoric Herbals – success’s root is not “in what you do, but why you do it.” In that spirit,...

Fire at Milford antique store causes $80,000 in damage

A fire at a Milford business caused $80,000 in damage. The fire was reported shortly before 7:30 pm, in the 300 block of Rehoboth Boulevard, at the Not Too Shabby Antique store.  The Carlisle Fire Company...
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Delaware Electric returning $6.3 million to members

Delaware Electric Cooperative’s (DEC) Board of Directors has voted to return $6.3 million in capital credits to the Cooperative’s member-owners in December. Capital credits refunds are also known as the co-op’s profits or margins. Because...

Trending: Hertrich adds Dover Chevy dealership

The  Hertrich  Family of Auto Dealerships has added Dover's Chevrolet dealership and collision center, the company announced on a social media post. The Delaware-based dealer purchased Chevrolet of Dover from Matt Kersey, who purchased sole...