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Eat, drink and be merry: Restaurants dispense holiday cheer

Take out or dine/drink in, Delaware's restaurants offer a tray full of merry options to celebrate the season.

State doles out COVID-19 relief money to hospitality, arts groups

Not only can Delaware arts groups get up to 35% of their budget, but the federal stimulus make help even more.

Record realty transfer taxes push state to higher projected surplus

Delaware's revenue stream seems to be a good one to have in a pandemic, said Secretary of Finance Rick Geisenberger.

Brewers hail bill that would let them own 5 Del. brewpubs instead of 3

Proposed bills would allow breweries to grow in Delaware rather than seeking locations in surrounding states, and to make and sell hard seltzer.

Nonprofits fear minimum wage hike without accompanying rise in state contract pay

Nonprofits who provide social services say they will be forced to cut jobs, services or both if minimum wage goes up.

Ronny’s Garden World reportedly closing Dec. 31

‘The owner passed away in August, and so the daughters of the owner thought it would be time to retire,’ a fan posted on Facebook.

Ban of anonymous shell companies nears; Del. impact unclear

Delaware Secretary of State Jeffrey Bullock calls the act ‘a huge step forward in our nation’s efforts to combat terrorism and money laundering.’

Del. joins suit against Google on search dominance

‘Google maintains its dominance of searches ‘illegally .. and at the expense of consumers’ privacy,’ Attorney General Kathy Jennings claims.

From Yorklyn, Markee connects the world virtually

CEO: ‘Markee is the Swiss army knife of virtual event spaces, with feature sets you can deploy simply and quickly to create any kind of experience.’

US Supreme Court lets political balance on Del. courts go on

The ruling says the Delaware lawyer’s lawsuit cites ‘nothing more than an abstract and generalized harm.’ A new lawsuit is planned.
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New photo page, Delaware Community Lens, will celebrate First State

'There's enough places to on social media and the internet that are not positive places. This is meant to be a respite.'

Meet ‘The Wilmington:’ A liquid ode to Delaware’s largest city

The new cocktail uses gin, peach-infused simple syrup, lemon and cinnamon.

Carney activates National Guard to help with inauguration events in Delaware

The Executive Order said protests are planned in Wilmington, Dover and at the Delaware Capitol.
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