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DE.CO food hall has transformed part of the historic DuPont Building on Wilmington’s Rodney Square into an open food hall with a bar, an event space and vendors selling pastries, Vietnamese pho and Indian street food.

 


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The results are in from Delaware’s 2017 agriculture census. The new five-year data shows the average net income per farm has more than doubled since 2012—rising from $130,842 per farm to $277,316.

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We’ve previously discussed what’s next for shopping malls and other retail centers across the First State.

But there’s another highly competitive battle for consumer dollars  – the one waged by grocery stores.

Contributor Eileen Dallabrida takes a look at the lay of the land in that increasingly competitive market.


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Delawareans who borrowed from one Texas-based auto loan financer accused of wrongdoing are set to be reimbursed.

Mary Jo Verdery

It’s a big week for Willey Farms in Townsend, as its garden center and greenhouse are scheduled to reopen Friday:

 


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There’s renewed focus on housing in Newark in the wake of a new city law cracking down on University of Delaware students’ off-campus parties.


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The spring surge in gas prices continues as the calendar turns to April.

AAA Mid-Atlantic says the average price for a gallon of regular in Delaware to start the month is $2.50.

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The company leasing the Port of Wilmington is starting to deliver promised improvements at the facility.

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Junior Achievement of Delaware recently got a helping hand from Delmarva Power.


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Unemployment in Delaware is now at its lowest level since before the Great Recession.

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