Month: August 2017

Gov. John Carney yesterday signed into law a bipartisan piece of legislation targeting unfair discriminatory practices used to determine premium costs in the automobile and homeowners insurance industries. The final bill came after a series of negotiations between legislators, industry representatives and the Department of Insurance. Here is what’s in the bill: Insurance companies may…

The Delaware Grantmakers Association has changed its name to Philanthropy Delaware as part of a major rebranding effort. The organization, which serves as a professional group for the state’s philanthropic sector, debuted its new name, look and website yesterday. “This is a new era in philanthropy across the country, and Delaware is no different,” said…

Millennial Summit 2017 took place today inside the Chase Center on the Riverfront. The all-day leadership and development conference is the first of its kind to target the growing number of millennial professionals in Delaware. The event was planned by a coalition of more than 50 companies and nonprofits across the state. Robert Herrera, co-founder…

HotelCombined, a platform for comparing hotels, today announced its list of the top hotels in Delaware. Dover Garden Suites in Dover won the top honor of Best Hotel. This year’s finalists also included four hotels in Rehoboth Beach: The Bellmoor Inn, The Boardwalk Plaza Hotel, Canalside Inn Rehoboth, and The Bay Resort. “We’re very pleased to…

Delaware Tech Terry Campus is offering free GED placement screenings on August 23 and 24 for individuals 16-24 years old who have officially withdrawn from high school and are either underemployed or unemployed. Adult learners over 24 will be able to meet with GED instructors to learn about Adult Basic Education options at the same…