Delaware Public Media


Delaware Public Media's coverage of the business-related stories.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The agreement leasing operation of the Port of Wilmington to Emirati company Gulftainer is now official.

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Hurricane Florence hasn’t had an impact on gas prices locally – at least not yet.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average price for a gallon of regular in Delaware actually dipped slightly over past week, dropping a penny from $2.83 to $2.82.

Delaware Tech Terry Campus

The annual Kent County Economic Summit is fast approaching. This year’s event is Tuesday, September 18 at Delaware Tech’s Terry campus in Dover and will focus on “Digital Transformation in Business.”



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Delmarva Power is reminding its customers of available energy assistance, available through the federally-funded Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).


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With the college football season underway and the NFL starting Thursday, Delaware’s three casinos are starting to note an uptick in sports betting.

Courtesy of New Castle County

New Castle County launched a new economic development initiative last week focusing on small businesses and startups.

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The transition from summer to fall is expected to bring some relief at the gas pump.

Keith Steck, Keep Our Wells Clean

Sussex County residents are still protesting as Allen Harim tries to get its Millsboro deboning facility up and running.

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The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act reduced tax costs for energy companies, and the Delaware Public Service Commission has approved a settlement passing along Delmarva Power’s savings to its consumers.

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The USDA is allowing Delaware farmers to apply for federal assistance after heavy rains took a toll on many First State crops.