Month: September 2015

An independent study released Wednesday by the Delaware Business Roundtable said Delaware faces major budget challenges in the upcoming year – unsustainable expenditures, a need for more robust growth and a revenue portfolio that is not responsive to the economy. Without policy changes, the study said, Delaware will have a budget deficit of $600 million…

Charles “Chuck” Daniel has been appointed president of The Caesar Rodney Institute, succeeding John Stapleford, who is retiring in December. Daniel previously worked as the senior director of partner relations with the American Cancer Society’s national office. He served 20 years in the Marine Corp Reserves, retiring as a gunnery sergeant. Daniel will primarily focus…

NORTHRIDGE, Calif.,  — Contemporary Services Corporation, a crowd management and event security company, has signed a three-year contract with the University of Delaware, a CSC client since 2012. CSC Philadelphia will provide services for Delaware Stadium and Bob Carpenter Center. Delaware Stadium, a 22,000-seat multipurpose venue, hosts University of Delaware football and men’s and women’s lacrosse. The Bob…

Hockessin, Del. – Long & Foster Real Estate, the largest family-owned residential real estate company in the United States,  announced the new Ryan Homes community of Parker’s Run. Prices are starting in the $190s. “Parker’s Run is the latest opportunity from Ryan Homes and it represents a tremendous value in today’s market place. With single…