Delaware Business Times is on a hot streak. For the second month in a row, web traffic has reached an all-time high. We’ve gathered here the top stories from the month of April. Those include breaking news stories, intimate profiles and trend pieces looking at jobs, real estate and technology.
From April 1 -30, our top articles were:
Bellefonte Brewing Co. will open a second location this summer in North Wilmington, in a space CEO/CFO Neil Shea says offers much more room and flexibility than its current location in an industrial park near Price’s Corner.
Many Delawareans were shocked to wake up April 18, 2018, to the news: “David Francis Lyons Sr. of Henlopen Acres and Centreville passed away suddenly in Sea Island, Georgia, in the company of his beloved wife, Catharine (Kate) Nicolaides Lyons on April 17.” Kate Lyons took on that legacy without a second thought
In a town that often speaks of unity in aspirational terms, the feeling of collaboration is ingrained at DE.CO: Seven little kitchens, led by energized chef-owners, have embraced a spirit of collegial regard and mutual support.
Barnes & Noble (B&N) will apparently introduce its new “prototype” store in Delaware this July when it closes its Concord Mall location and moves less than a mile away to about half the space in Concord Square Shopping Center.
Cindy Hayes Mann will retire as principal of Padua Academy after graduation on May 30. Over her 40 years in both Catholic and public education, Mann has a reputation for consistently putting the rights of her students and their parents first.
DuPont is quietly building a group tasked with driving higher revenues, cutting expenses, and streamlining manufacturing processes across the company by using emerging technologies.
Kid Shelleen’s Charcoal House & Saloon is opening a second location in the Branmar Shopping Center in the Brandywine Hundred neighborhood of North Wilmington.