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Delaware drivers are finally getting a bit of a break when they fill up their gas tanks.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average cost of a gallon of regular statewide stands at $2.51.  That’s down 2 cents from a week ago, the first drop in price since the start of the new year.

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Employees at Delaware City Refinery are nervously eyeing their future after Philadelphia Energy Solutions, a major competitor, recently filed for bankruptcy, citing the heavy expense of buying federally mandated renewable fuel credits that are also causing financial distress at the Delaware plant.


Courtesy of Croda.com

State environmental officials held a public hearing Thursday night on a possible change at chemical company Croda's Atlas Point facility in New Castle.

 

Croda is seeking approval from the state to build a new heat and power system.

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First State motorists aren’t seeing any relief at the gas pump this month.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average cost of a gallon of regular statewide stands at $2.51.  That’s up 3 cents from a week ago and 8 cents since the start of the month.

City of Seaford

Right-to-Work legislation failed earlier this month in Sussex County and earlier this week in the General Assembly, but it is moving forward in Seaford.


Amazon has narrowed the list of locations under consideration for its second headquarters and Delaware is not on the list.


The Delaware Public Commission voted to approve a petition to reduce Delaware utility rates in response to recently passed federal tax cuts.


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Delaware drivers saw slightly higher prices at the gas pump to start the new year.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the cost of a gallon of regular stands at $2.44.  That’s a penny higher than a week ago, and 5 cents more that at the beginning of December.

The Delaware Public Service Commission could approve utility rate reductions for ratepayers later this month.

Small Business Administration

The Small Business Administration’s Delaware District Office is looking for the First State’s top small businesses.

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