Delaware residents are asking for a new, environmentally friendly transportation link: a "blueway," says Molly Murray. Many feel that a water taxi would be a great way to connect the two resort cities because "the infrastructure already exists."
Nov 2, 2011 Delaware Online
The last S.U.V.s rolled off the assembly line at General Motors' plants in Janesville, Wisconsin and Moraine, Ohio, victims of both the economic crisis and the plummeting market for gas guzzlers.
Dec 29, 2008 The New York Times
No sooner had Chrysler released its new hybrid SUV- a Dodge Durango 40% more efficient than its gas-only counterpart- than it has been forced to close the factory where both versions are produced in order to save on costs.
Oct 31, 2008 Bloomberg.com
<p>A Delaware energy company has agreed to buy power from a proposed offshore wind power farm that could now be built by 2012. The agreement gives more clout to the proposed power farm, which has been debated in the state for years.</p>
Jun 29, 2008 The News Journal
<p>Old subway cars are being dumped off the coast of Delaware, creating a manmade reef. Life is flourishing in this new underwater subway cemetery, but officials worry the reef may be too successful.</p>
Apr 12, 2008 The New York Times
<p>Delaware is considering three proposals for new environmentally-friendly power plants, and many residents are supporting a plan to build a large offshore wind farm. A recent survey showed that more than 80% of residents favored the wind farm option.</p>
May 4, 2007 NPR
Delaware transit officials try reducing toll prices for trucks during off-peak hours on one of the nation's busiest highways in an effort to ease congestion.
Oct 14, 2005 USA Today
Scientists say sprawl makes regions vulnerable to flooding.
Sep 18, 2003 Delaware News Journal
A ruling overturns a provision designed to curb the conversion of single-family homes into rental units in Newark for University of Delaware students.
Jun 19, 2003 Denver Business Journal
Banking establishments rejuvenate an industrial riverfront in Wilmington, DE.
Jul 30, 2001 The New York Times