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  • Payless Files for Bankruptcy, Winds Down North American Biz

    Payless Files for Bankruptcy, Winds Down North American Biz

    Tuesday, February 19 2019 2:02 PM EST2019-02-19 19:02:17 GMT
    Tuesday, February 19 2019 2:02 PM EST2019-02-19 19:02:17 GMT
    (Photo: AP)(Photo: AP)
    (Photo: AP)(Photo: AP)
    Payless ShoeSource has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is shuttering its remaining stores in North America.More
    Payless ShoeSource has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy and is shuttering its remaining stores in North America.  More
  • Updated: Mountaire Farms Cleaning up From Accidental Wastewater Release at Millsboro Area Plant

    Updated: Mountaire Farms Cleaning up From Accidental Wastewater Release at Millsboro Area Plant

    Wednesday, February 13 2019 7:07 PM EST2019-02-14 00:07:09 GMT
    Monday, February 18 2019 8:36 AM EST2019-02-18 13:36:54 GMT
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is directing Mountaire Farms to clean up an accidental wastewater release at its poultry processing facility in Millsboro.More
    The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is directing Mountaire Farms to clean up an accidental wastewater release at its poultry processing facility near Millsboro.More
  • Seafood Industry Leaders Meet, Unsure of Crab Picking Season

    Seafood Industry Leaders Meet, Unsure of Crab Picking Season

    Wednesday, February 13 2019 6:51 PM EST2019-02-13 23:51:43 GMT
    Thursday, February 14 2019 7:31 AM EST2019-02-14 12:31:54 GMT
    If you're planning on buying crabs - either live or steamed - prices vary widely depending on location.If you're planning on buying crabs - either live or steamed - prices vary widely depending on location.
    If you're planning on buying crabs - either live or steamed - prices vary widely depending on location.If you're planning on buying crabs - either live or steamed - prices vary widely depending on location.
    Maryland seafood leaders say their applications are in. Now, they wait to hear whether they get their H-2B visas.More
    Maryland seafood leaders say their applications are in. Now, they wait to hear whether they get their H-2B visas.More
  • OC Brewing Co. Files for Bankruptcy; Equipment to be Auctioned off

    OC Brewing Co. Files for Bankruptcy; Equipment to be Auctioned off

    Thursday, January 31 2019 3:12 PM EST2019-01-31 20:12:29 GMT
    Thursday, January 31 2019 3:12 PM EST2019-01-31 20:12:29 GMT
    (Photo: WBOC file)(Photo: WBOC file)
    (Photo: WBOC file)(Photo: WBOC file)
    The Ocean City Brewing Company filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection late last year and its equipment is set to go to public auction next month.More
    The Ocean City Brewing Company filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection late last year and its equipment is set to go to public auction next month. More
  • Delaware: Data Breach Affects 5 Companies, 650 Consumers

    Delaware: Data Breach Affects 5 Companies, 650 Consumers

    Thursday, January 24 2019 11:44 AM EST2019-01-24 16:44:35 GMT
    Thursday, January 24 2019 11:44 AM EST2019-01-24 16:44:35 GMT
    (Photo: MGN Online)(Photo: MGN Online)
    (Photo: MGN Online)(Photo: MGN Online)
    Officials in Delaware say a data breach at a third-party administrator for health insurance companies has affected five companies and 650 consumers.More
    Officials in Delaware say a data breach at a third-party administrator for health insurance companies has affected five companies and 650 consumers.           More
  • Former Wilmington Trust Official Sentenced for Conspiracy

    Former Wilmington Trust Official Sentenced for Conspiracy

    Tuesday, January 22 2019 3:10 PM EST2019-01-22 20:10:33 GMT
    Tuesday, January 22 2019 3:23 PM EST2019-01-22 20:23:17 GMT
    A former bank executive who cooperated with authorities in an investigation that led to the fraud convictions of four top executives for Wilmington Trust has been sentenced to almost two years in prison.More
    A former bank executive who cooperated with authorities in an investigation that led to the fraud convictions of four top executives for Wilmington Trust has been sentenced to almost two years in prison.           More
  • Virginia Senate Supports $550M in Amazon Incentives

    Virginia Senate Supports $550M in Amazon Incentives

    Tuesday, January 22 2019 10:18 AM EST2019-01-22 15:18:44 GMT
    Tuesday, January 22 2019 10:18 AM EST2019-01-22 15:18:44 GMT
    (Photo: AP)(Photo: AP)
    (Photo: AP)(Photo: AP)
    The Virginia Senate has voted to support more than a half-billion dollars in incentives for Amazon.More
    The Virginia Senate has voted to support more than a half-billion dollars in incentives for Amazon.       More
  • From Seaford to Salisbury: Rommel's Harley Davidson Dealership Moving Soon

    From Seaford to Salisbury: Rommel's Harley Davidson Dealership Moving Soon

    Thursday, January 17 2019 5:10 PM EST2019-01-17 22:10:05 GMT
    Friday, January 18 2019 7:39 AM EST2019-01-18 12:39:07 GMT
    Rommel Harley Davidson will be closing up shop in Seaford, Delaware and moving to the former Gander Mountain box store in Salisbury, Maryland.More
    Rommel Harley Davidson will be closing up shop in Seaford, Delaware and moving to the former Gander Mountain box store in Salisbury, Maryland.More
  • Guidance Counselor Arrested on Multiple Sex Crime Charges

    Guidance Counselor Arrested on Multiple Sex Crime Charges

    Saturday, January 12 2019 8:27 PM EST2019-01-13 01:27:21 GMT
    Saturday, January 12 2019 8:29 PM EST2019-01-13 01:29:04 GMT
    Allen Mitchell, 32Allen Mitchell, 32
    Allen Mitchell, 32Allen Mitchell, 32
    A Wicomico County faculty member was arrested on Friday for different criminal charges including, second degree rape, soliciting child pornography, and perverted practice.More
    A Wicomico County faculty member was arrested on Friday for different criminal charges including, second degree rape, soliciting child pornography, and perverted practice. More
  • The Town of Millsboro is 'Open for Business'

    The Town of Millsboro is Open for Business

    Wednesday, January 9 2019 6:48 PM EST2019-01-09 23:48:06 GMT
    Thursday, January 10 2019 9:53 AM EST2019-01-10 14:53:50 GMT
    Since last summer, the town of Millsboro, Delaware has been partnering with Buxton, a match-making firm from Texas, to find new businesses interested in opening shops there.More
    Since last summer, the town of Millsboro, Delaware has been partnering with Buxton, a match-making firm from Texas, to find new businesses interested in opening shops there.More
  • Updated: Abbott's Grill in Milford Closing

    Updated: Abbott's Grill in Milford Closing

    Wednesday, January 2 2019 2:13 PM EST2019-01-02 19:13:10 GMT
    Thursday, January 3 2019 7:36 AM EST2019-01-03 12:36:05 GMT
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    (Photo: WBOC)(Photo: WBOC)
    After nearly a decade in business, Abbott's Grill in Milford, Delaware will soon be closing its doors for good. The restaurant's Laurel location will remain open, according to owner-chef Kevin Reading.More
    After nearly a decade in business, Abbott's Grill in Milford, Delaware will soon be closing its doors for good. The restaurant's Laurel location will remain open, according to owner-chef Kevin Reading. More
  • Construction Underway in Downtown Lewes

    Construction Underway in Downtown Lewes

    Wednesday, January 2 2019 5:05 PM EST2019-01-02 22:05:32 GMT
    Thursday, January 3 2019 7:29 AM EST2019-01-03 12:29:19 GMT
    Downtown Lewes, Delaware is in the midst of three construction projects, something the Board of Public Works hopes does not keep shoppers away.More
    Downtown Lewes, Delaware is in the midst of three construction projects, something the Board of Public Works hopes does not keep shoppers away. More
  • New Laws Include Higher Minimum Wage for Delaware Workers

    New Laws Include Higher Minimum Wage for Delaware Workers

    Monday, December 31 2018 12:54 PM EST2018-12-31 17:54:31 GMT
    Monday, December 31 2018 12:54 PM EST2018-12-31 17:54:31 GMT
    A look at some of the new laws that were enacted in 2018 in Delaware and that take effect on Jan. 1, 2019.More
    A look at some of the new laws that were enacted in 2018 in Delaware and that take effect on Jan. 1, 2019.      More
  • Sears in Salisbury to Close in March

    Sears in Salisbury to Close in March

    Friday, December 28 2018 2:35 PM EST2018-12-28 19:35:18 GMT
    Friday, December 28 2018 6:31 PM EST2018-12-28 23:31:08 GMT
    The Sears in the Centre at Salisbury mall. (Photo: WBOC file)The Sears in the Centre at Salisbury mall. (Photo: WBOC file)
    The Sears in the Centre at Salisbury mall. (Photo: WBOC file)The Sears in the Centre at Salisbury mall. (Photo: WBOC file)
    Sears Holdings on Friday announced plans to close 80 more Sears and Kmart stores across the U.S. in late March, including the Sears located in The Centre at Salisbury mall in Salisbury, Maryland.More
    Sears Holdings on Friday announced plans to close 80 more Sears and Kmart stores across the U.S. in late March, including the Sears located in The Centre at Salisbury mall in Salisbury, Maryland.More
  • Virginia Continues Falling Behind US in Economic Growth

    Virginia Continues Falling Behind US in Economic Growth

    Friday, December 28 2018 8:12 AM EST2018-12-28 13:12:49 GMT
    Friday, December 28 2018 8:12 AM EST2018-12-28 13:12:49 GMT
    A new state report says Virginia's economy continued to grow at a slower rate than the rest of the country in fiscal year 2018.More
    A new state report says Virginia's economy continued to grow at a slower rate than the rest of the country in fiscal year 2018.           More
  • Ex-bank Credit Officer Sentenced to 4½ Years for Fraud

    Ex-bank Credit Officer Sentenced to 4½ Years for Fraud

    Wednesday, December 19 2018 1:18 PM EST2018-12-19 18:18:13 GMT
    Wednesday, December 19 2018 1:44 PM EST2018-12-19 18:44:28 GMT
    The former chief credit officer of Wilmington Trust, who was criminally charged in connection with the federal bank bailout program, has been sentenced to 4½ years in prison.More
    The former chief credit officer of Wilmington Trust, who was criminally charged in connection with the federal bank bailout program, has been sentenced to 4½ years in prison.More
  • No Guaranteed Prison Time for Wilmington Trust Defendants

    No Guaranteed Prison Time for Wilmington Trust Defendants

    Thursday, December 6 2018 11:41 PM EST2018-12-07 04:41:25 GMT
    Friday, December 7 2018 7:48 AM EST2018-12-07 12:48:17 GMT
    There's no guarantee that four former executives of the only financial institution to be criminally charged in connection with the federal bank bailout program will be sentenced to prison for fraud.More
    There's no guarantee that four former executives of the only financial institution to be criminally charged in connection with the federal bank bailout program will be sentenced to prison for fraud.More
  • Revelation Craft Brewing Co. to Purchase 16 Mile Site in Georgetown

    Revelation Craft Brewing Co. to Purchase 16 Mile Site in Georgetown

    Friday, November 30 2018 11:44 AM EST2018-11-30 16:44:24 GMT
    Friday, November 30 2018 11:47 AM EST2018-11-30 16:47:46 GMT
    A little more than two months after 16 Mile Brewery in Georgetown shut its doors for good, Rehoboth Beach's Revelation Craft Brewing Company announced Friday it is purchasing the former brewing company's facility.More
    A little more than two months after 16 Mile Brewery in Georgetown shut its doors for good, Rehoboth Beach's Revelation Craft Brewing Company announced Friday it is purchasing the former brewing company's facility. More
  • Touch of Italy Owner Blames Crime for Milford Restaurant Delay

    Touch of Italy Owner Blames Crime for Milford Restaurant Delay

    Monday, November 26 2018 5:18 PM EST2018-11-26 22:18:35 GMT
    Tuesday, November 27 2018 7:41 AM EST2018-11-27 12:41:56 GMT
    After months of delays and a lawsuit, Touch of Italy owner Bob Ciprietti says the company's long-planned restaurant in Milford, Delaware is facing another roadblock: crime.More
    After months of delays and a lawsuit, Touch of Italy owner Bob Ciprietti says the company's long-planned restaurant in Milford, Delaware is facing another roadblock: crime. More
  • Updated: Amazon Splits Second HQ Between New York and Northern Virginia

    Updated: Amazon Splits Second HQ Between New York and Northern Virginia

    Tuesday, November 13 2018 7:10 AM EST2018-11-13 12:10:31 GMT
    Tuesday, November 13 2018 10:51 AM EST2018-11-13 15:51:50 GMT
    (Photo: AP)(Photo: AP)
    (Photo: AP)(Photo: AP)
    Amazon, which has grown too big for its Seattle hometown, said it will split its much-anticipated second headquarters between New York and northern Virginia.More
    Amazon, which has grown too big for its Seattle hometown, said it will split its much-anticipated second headquarters between New York and northern Virginia.           More
  • 13 Wicomico Businesses Pass Routine Alcohol Compliance Check

    All Wicomico Businesses Pass Routine Alcohol Test

    Wednesday, August 16 2017 6:08 PM EDT2017-08-16 22:08:00 GMT
    Tuesday, November 13 2018 9:32 AM EST2018-11-13 14:32:11 GMT
    Officials say 13 businesses passed a routine Wicomico County Alcohol Task Force compliance check on Monday.More
    Officials say 13 businesses passed a routine Wicomico County Alcohol Task Force compliance check on Monday.More
  • Sears Files for Chapter 11; to Close Another 142 Stores

    Sears Files for Chapter 11; to Close Another 142 Stores

    Monday, October 15 2018 9:46 AM EDT2018-10-15 13:46:36 GMT
    Monday, October 15 2018 10:12 AM EDT2018-10-15 14:12:10 GMT
    In this July 8, 2017, file photo people walk into a Sears store slated for closing that is next to a mall that is being torn down in Overland Park, Kan.In this July 8, 2017, file photo people walk into a Sears store slated for closing that is next to a mall that is being torn down in Overland Park, Kan.
    In this July 8, 2017, file photo people walk into a Sears store slated for closing that is next to a mall that is being torn down in Overland Park, Kan.In this July 8, 2017, file photo people walk into a Sears store slated for closing that is next to a mall that is being torn down in Overland Park, Kan.
    Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, buckling under its massive debt load and staggering losses. As part of its bankruptcy, Sears plans to close another 142 unprofitable stores, on top of 46 store closings announced in August.More
    Sears filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, buckling under its massive debt load and staggering losses. As part of its bankruptcy, Sears plans to close another 142 unprofitable stores, on top of 46 store closings announced in August. More
  • Ahead of 3-way Split, DowDuPont Unveils New DuPont Logo

    Ahead of 3-way Split, DowDuPont Unveils New DuPont Logo

    Thursday, October 4 2018 2:31 PM EDT2018-10-04 18:31:52 GMT
    Thursday, October 4 2018 2:31 PM EDT2018-10-04 18:31:52 GMT
    Ahead of next year's spinoff, the division that will retain the DuPont name has a new look.More
    Ahead of next year's spinoff, the division that will retain the DuPont name has a new look.           More
  • Delaware Officials Eye Changes to Prevailing Wage Rules

    Delaware Officials Eye Changes to Prevailing Wage Rules

    Tuesday, October 2 2018 6:51 AM EDT2018-10-02 10:51:55 GMT
    Tuesday, October 2 2018 6:51 AM EDT2018-10-02 10:51:55 GMT
    State officials are eyeing changes to Delaware's prevailing wage regulations, which govern what workers are paid on public works projects.More
    State officials are eying changes to Delaware's prevailing wage regulations, which govern what workers are paid on public works projects.More
  • Papa John's Former Chairman Testifies in Delaware Chancery Court

    Papa John's Former Chairman Testifies in Delaware Chancery Court

    Monday, October 1 2018 8:18 PM EDT2018-10-02 00:18:55 GMT
    Monday, October 1 2018 8:18 PM EDT2018-10-02 00:18:55 GMT
    Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned as the company's chairman after backlash over his use of a racial slur. He has since called the resignation a mistake. (Timothy D. Easley / Associated Press) Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned as the company's chairman after backlash over his use of a racial slur. He has since called the resignation a mistake. (Timothy D. Easley / Associated Press)
    Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned as the company's chairman after backlash over his use of a racial slur. He has since called the resignation a mistake. (Timothy D. Easley / Associated Press)Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned as the company's chairman after backlash over his use of a racial slur. He has since called the resignation a mistake. (Timothy D. Easley / Associated Press)
    Former Papa John's CEO and Chairman John Schnatter got his day in court on Monday --- in Delaware's Court of Chancery.More
    Former Papa John's CEO and Chairman John Schnatter got his day in court on Monday --- in Delaware's Court of Chancery.More


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