Month: April 2016

Hal Real, founder and president of Real Entertainment Group, Inc./World Cafe Live, is the recipient of the 2016 David J. Freschman Entrepreneur of the Year award from the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce. The award will be presented at the Chamber’s annual Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, May 4. Real formed Real Entertainment Group, Inc. in…

Gov. Jack  Markell today signed an executive order establishing a state Professional Licensing Review Committee. The committee will be made up of representatives from a variety of backgrounds, including heads of executive agencies, members of the General Assembly, community advocates and members of Delaware’s regulated professions. The Committee is charged with conducting a comprehensive analysis…

  The Delaware Department of Insurance now publishes fines imposed by Commissioner Karen Weldin Stewart against insurance companies who violate state insurance regulations. Commissioner Stewart fined the following companies a total of $83,300 during the first quarter of 2016: Name                                                   Fine                             Date 21st Century                                       $27,500.00                  1/21/2016 Teachers Insurance Co.                       $25,000.00                  2/04/2016 Homesite Insurance…

HARRINGTON, Del. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will campaign this week in central Delaware, ahead of the state’s presidential primary on Tuesday. His campaign website says he’ll host a rally Friday afternoon at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington. It’s scheduled to start at 3 p.m. at the Quillen Arena, with doors opening…

A new study shows average total compensation of state employees – excluding teachers and law enforcement — substantially exceeds compensation for workers in Delaware’s private sector who have similar levels of education and experience. A Delaware Public Policy Institute study found state employees earn about 12.4 percent less than similarly qualified private-sector workers but they…