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Saturday, October 16, 2021

20+ Delaware companies make the Inc.5000 list

The list of Inc. 5000 companies has been released, with an e-commerce company based in Dover topping the list.   Eight of the 20-plus Delaware companies have appeared on the list before.   One company,  Newark-based Placers, appeared...

Christiana Town Center Staples holds going out of business sale as Aldi waits in...

The Staples store at Christiana Town Center is holding a going out of business sale as a popular grocer waits in the wings. An Aldi grocery store is expected to take its place. (See earlier...

Ribbon cut on new apartment community in the DuPont Building

A ribbon-cutting this week marked the opening of 101 dupont place. Wilmington-based developer, The Buccini/Pollin Group, Inc. (BPG), BPGS Construction, and ResideBPG marked the opening of the project at 101 W 10th Street in the...

Give the plastic bag bill a chance

Hello everyone, Delaware took a step in the right direction a couple of years ago in banning one-use plastic bags that made their way into roadsides, trees, and waterways. The law became effective on Jan. 1,...

Milford’s Fur Baby celebrating 10th anniversary

A Milford "pet resort" business is celebrating the 10th anniversary at its newest location. According to a release, Fur Baby will mark the milestone on May 1. Sherry and Bryan Shupe own the business. Sherry launched...

Minimum wage hike approved by House committee

A House committee sent a phased in minimum wage increase to the House floor, Delaware Public Media reported.  The bill would raise the minimum wage in steps to $15 an hour by 2025. If passed, the...

Peloton cries foul after federal warning urges parents with kids and...

Peloton, an  exercise machine company with a showroom in Christiana Mall, fired back  after a federal  Consumer Products Safety Commission warning  issued Saturday called for  families with children or pets to stop using  its...

Amazon weighs in on minimum wage hike and Shupe fires back

Good afternoon, Amazon is no longer a bystander in the debate over a $15 minimum wage. The online giant  took out full-page advertisements in the print editions of  Delaware State News and News Journal, calling for...

Robbins Diamonds won’t rock much longer as jeweler announces closing

Robbins Delaware Diamonds store plans to close after nearly a quarter-century. The store near the Delaware Tech Stanton Campus and Christiana Mall is owned by brothers Gordon and Jason Robbins. Robbins focused its heavy broadcast advertising...

From the Public Archives: Remembering Wanamaker’s 100th anniversary and its store near Wilmington

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