Month: November 2016

The 2016-2017 Better Business Bureau of Delaware Education Foundation Scholarships were announced with a new award added to the list for this year. The BBB Education Foundation will offer a $2500 Student Ethics Scholarship each to two Delaware high school seniors who personify high ethics as demonstrated through leadership, community service, overall personal integrity and academic history.…

WILMINGTON — The City of Wilmington, the State of Delaware and Salesianum School have reached a tentative agreement on a long-term lease that would revitalize Baynard Stadium and establish the well-known community asset as a regional destination for athletic and community activities. Mayor Dennis P. Williams, City Council President Theo Gregory and members of City…

WILMINGTON — Four parcels in the 800 block of North Church Street have been transferred to a Central Baptist Community Development Corporation subsidiary, a major step in implementing the corporation’s plan for Eastside Rising. Wilmington Housing Partnership transferred the vacant properties at 815 N. Church, 817 N. Church, 819 N. Church and 821 N. Church.…

GEORGETOWN — Sussex County is making its own down payment on a plan to lift up and help rejuvenate Delaware’s towns and cities. Sussex County Council agreed to start a matching local incentive program that will complement Delaware’s Downtown Development Districts initiative, which provides rebates of up to 20 percent of construction costs for qualifying…