A crowd of more than 350 people celebrated Sunday’s grand opening of the new Copeland Maritime Center at the Kalmar Nyckel shipyard. The massive building, site improvements and new dock for the Kalmar Nyckel – an educational re-creation of the ship that brought Delaware’s first permanent European settlers to a nearby spot called “The Rocks” – represent a $5 million investment in the site, said Cathy Parsells, executive director.
After several weeks of renovations and a busy few days moving merchandise and equipment, Newark Natural Foods Co-op is finally open for business in the Newark Shopping Center. The organic grocery store celebrated its grand opening on Monday after making its third move in the last 40 years. The Co-op was previously located at 280 E. Main St. in Market East Plaza but now fills a new, 10,800 square feet space in the renovated shopping center at 230 E. Main St.
Two years after council created an ordinance specifically allowing brew pubs in the borough, Victory Brewing Co. opened this week at the corner of Cypress Street and Mill Road. “We are personally thrilled to be welcomed into the Kennett Square community with the announcement of Victory at Magnolia,” said Bill Covaleski, Victory’s president and brewmaster. “Our commitment and support of our local economy have created a dedicated following of fans we hope to have for generations to come.”
Bernardon is pleased to announce two new additions to the team at their award-winning firm. Meridyth Karr, AIA, LEED AP® of Coatesville, PA is a Registered Architect who graduated from Penn State University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Architecture, and minors in both Architectural History and Italian. Angel VanBennekom of Newark, DE has joined the firm as a Marketing Assistant.