Posts Tagged ‘economy’
Record Number of Md. Apprentices Earn as They Learn
Maryland has registered more than 12,000 apprentices for the Maryland Apprenticeship and Training Program, the most in state history.
Participants are…Read More
Del. Division of Small Business Accepts Applications for EDGE Grants
Maryland No. 1 State For Gender Equality
Seaford Chosen for Chemical Company’s Expansion
Seaford gets the Royale treatment.
The Royale Group, a collection of specialty chemicals companies, plans to expand its Delaware presence by…Read More
Del. EARNS Retirement Program Now Law – What’s Next?
The Delaware EARNS Act is now law.
Businesses with more than five employees that do not currently offer a retirement…Read More
Md. Back-to-School Sales Tax Exemption Scheduled for Aug. 14th-20th
Maryland looks to send kids and families back to school with savings.
Shop Maryland Tax-Free week is scheduled for August 14th through August 20th.
State Comptroller Peter Franchot said…
Del. Accepts Applications for Site Readiness Grants
Delaware businesses or local governments that qualify are invited to apply for grants or loans from the Site Readiness Fund.
Funding is available to support construction, renovation or…
Kent Co. Introduces Growth Fund for Businesses with Expansion Plans
Helping businesses grow and expand is the goal of the Kent County Growth Fund.
The fund is designed to help…Read More
Food Bank of Del. Mobile Pantry Returns to Sussex Co. Monday
The Food Bank of Delaware will host monthly mobile food pantries next week, starting Monday in Sussex County.
Food will be available starting at 10:00 a.m. Monday at…
Chicken Chat: Delmarva Chicken Association Releases 2021 Facts
Chicken is a big deal on Delmarva.
According to the Delmarva Chicken Association 2021 fact sheet, the region’s chicken community produced 567-million chickens last year, generating…
Snow Hill Proceeds With Scaled-Down Repairs To Black-Eyed Susan
Snow Hill officials have narrowly voted to approve a scaled-down repair plan for The Black-Eyed Susan to get the vessel floating on the Pocomoke River again. The…Read More
Worcester Co. Names Workforce Development Specialist
Worcester County has hired a new Workforce Development Specialist within Worcester County Economic Development.
Nancy Schwendeman will oversee the county’s initiatives to educate and train people to meet…
Del. Realty Transfer Tax Could Be Reduced Under New Legislation
Del. Rebate Program Advances In General Assembly
8,100 Housing Units Coming Through Salisbury’s “Here is Home” Program
Home construction is picking up in Salisbury through the city’s “Here is Home” housing program.
According to Mayor Jake Day, the incentive-initiative will result in 8,100 new housing…
Delmarva Lawmakers React To President Biden’s State of the Union Address
Statement from Congressman Andy Harris, R- Md. 1st:
“This speech was full of false claims and more of the same false…Read More
Rocket Lab Chooses Wallops Island For Rocket Manufacturing / Launch Facility; Potential For 250 Jobs
Rocket lab USA plans to build its first launch site at Wallops Island, Virginia, as well as extensive manufacturing and operations facilities for its eight-ton payload class…Read More
Md. Estimated Tax Deadline Extended
Md. Shoppers Of Energy-Efficient Appliances Get Sales Tax Break This Weekend
Attention, shoppers: “Shop Maryland Energy Weekend” is coming up.
The state’s 6% sales tax will be lifted for appliances purchased between…Read More
VIDEO | Md. Gov. Hogan Proposes $4.6-Billion In Tax Relief, Business Incentives
Del. Restaurants, Bars May Be Able To Keep Expanded Outdoor Spaces
Delaware bars and restaurants that expanded outdoor seating during the COVID-19 pandemic would no longer face a sunset provision, under a bill introduced in the General Assembly.…Read More
Several Area Small Businesses Receive EDGE Grants
15 small businesses are receiving EDGE grants through the Delaware Division of Small Business.
The Encouraging Development, Growth and…Read More
Md. Introduces Supply Chain Resiliency Program
Maryland is looking to address supply chain issues and the impact they have on businesses and citizens.
Governor Larry Hogan said…Read More
Black Friday, Small Business Saturday Ignite Holiday Shopping Season
The day after Thanksgiving begins the holiday shopping crunch, although Black Friday deals have been available for weeks now.
Small businesses…Read More
Del. Restaurants, Hotels Look To Fill Openings During Virtual Job Fair Tuesday
The Delaware Restaurant Association goes virtual in an attempt to help establishments find the employees they’re looking for.
The DRA is…Read More