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Friday, March 27, 2020

Delaware jobless claims top 10,700

Delaware weekly initial jobless claims topped the 10,700 mark, the U.S. Department of Labor reported Thursday. The figure was among the highest among states with smaller populations as employers struggled with the impact of a...

Carney expands H.E.L.P. program to personal care businesses while increasing maximum annual...

Gov. John Carney on Thursday announced the expansion of the Hospitality Emergency Loan Program (H.E.L.P.) to provide financial relief for additional industries hit by coronavirus. The expansion makes personal care services businesses – such as barbershops, hair...

Governor seeks help from vendors in securing COVID-19 goods, services

Gov.  John Carney on Wednesday announced the State of Delaware requests assistance from vendors throughout the state in the effort to combat coronavirus (COVID-19). In response to Governor Carney’s State of Emergency Declaration, the State...

Updated: Auto dealers, gun shops, dog daycares now classified as ‘essential’

Auto dealers and gun stores  can now see customers by appointment and dog daycare centers can reopen under a revision of "essential businesses" under Gov. John Carney's emergency order. The changes came under an appeals...

Delaware Restaurant Association foundation sets up emergency aid fund for laid off workers

The Delaware Restaurant Association, through its  Education Foundation (DRAEF) has formed the restaurant industry Emergency Action Trust (E.A.T.s) to provide immediate emergency funding to hospitality workers.   The trust, funded by private, community and individual donations, will distribute individual...

Coons: SBA loan relief provision will provide lifeline for Del. businesses

U.S. Sens.  Chris Coons (D-Del.) and Ben Cardin (D-Md.), announced their legislation will provide relief for businesses with Small Business Administration loans. The hospitality industry has a sizable percentage of such loans. The provision is...

Governor answers frequently asked questions about essential, nonessential businesses

Governor John Carney on Tuesday issued  additional guidance  to help employers understand the fourth and fifth modifications to his State of Emergency declaration, which ordered Delawareans to stay at home whenever possible and closed all...

State’s small business division reports progress in dealing with backlog of questions about ‘essential’...

The Delaware Division of Small Business has been inundated with questions about Gov. John Carney's expansion of the State of Emergency that includes  "non-essential businesses.   "Due to the extreme volume of phone calls and emails, not...

Updated: Dogfish Head, Painted Stave, Easy Speak, Beach Time making hand...

Delaware distilleries are stepping up and producing sanitizer for first responders and others. On Friday, the  State of Delaware and  Dogfish Head Craft Brewery  are partnering to make more hand sanitizers available to the state...

BREAKING: Carney issues ‘stay at home order’ that closes ‘non essential’ businesses

Governor John Carney on Sunday issued the fourth and fifth modifications to his State of Emergency declaration, ordering Delawareans to stay at home whenever possible and closing all non-essential businesses in Delaware to help fight...