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Governor Markell Proposes New Program to Boost Manufacturing Workforce

Proposing an opportunity to grow a vital part of our economy while giving more young people the best chance to reach their potential, Governor Markell outlined an Accelerated Career Paths program that would allow high school juniors and seniors to obtain professional manufacturing certificates when they graduate.




Dole signs 15-year lease to remain at Port of Wilmington

Dole Food Company will continue to do business at the Port of Wilmington for the next 15 years thanks to a lease that will positively impact hundreds of jobs and secure a critical revenue stream for Delaware’s economy.




Natural Dairy Products brings jobs, gold standard facility

Gov. Jack Markell attends grand opening of company’s new headquarters in Newark NEWARK, Del. –   Independent, family-owned Natural Dairy Products Corporation found the perfect match in Newark for its relocated headquarters and gold-standard quality dairy operation, where it will make and distribute its organic, grass-fed dairy products. That feeling of synergy was mutual on Friday, […]




Delaware releases historic preservation plan for 2013–2017

The Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs has recently released “Preserving Our Past for a Better Future: Delaware’s Historic Preservation Plan, 2013–2017.”




Governor, Delaware Leaders Welcome Allen Harim’s Decision to Purchase Former Pinnacle (Vlasic) Pickle Plant for Poultry Operations

Governor Jack Markell, Secretary of Agriculture Ed Kee, Delaware Economic Development Office Director Alan Levin and U.S. Sen. Tom Carper issued the following statements today regarding the announcement by Harim that it intends to purchase the former Pinnacle Foods plant in Millsboro, invest $100 million and employ an estimated 700 people in a poultry processing, cut-up and cooking operation.







 Pages Tagged With: "economic development"

Governor Markell Proposes New Program to Boost Manufacturing Workforce

Proposing an opportunity to grow a vital part of our economy while giving more young people the best chance to reach their potential, Governor Markell outlined an Accelerated Career Paths program that would allow high school juniors and seniors to obtain professional manufacturing certificates when they graduate.




Dole signs 15-year lease to remain at Port of Wilmington

Dole Food Company will continue to do business at the Port of Wilmington for the next 15 years thanks to a lease that will positively impact hundreds of jobs and secure a critical revenue stream for Delaware’s economy.




Natural Dairy Products brings jobs, gold standard facility

Gov. Jack Markell attends grand opening of company’s new headquarters in Newark NEWARK, Del. –   Independent, family-owned Natural Dairy Products Corporation found the perfect match in Newark for its relocated headquarters and gold-standard quality dairy operation, where it will make and distribute its organic, grass-fed dairy products. That feeling of synergy was mutual on Friday, […]




Delaware releases historic preservation plan for 2013–2017

The Delaware Division of Historical and Cultural Affairs has recently released “Preserving Our Past for a Better Future: Delaware’s Historic Preservation Plan, 2013–2017.”




Governor, Delaware Leaders Welcome Allen Harim’s Decision to Purchase Former Pinnacle (Vlasic) Pickle Plant for Poultry Operations

Governor Jack Markell, Secretary of Agriculture Ed Kee, Delaware Economic Development Office Director Alan Levin and U.S. Sen. Tom Carper issued the following statements today regarding the announcement by Harim that it intends to purchase the former Pinnacle Foods plant in Millsboro, invest $100 million and employ an estimated 700 people in a poultry processing, cut-up and cooking operation.