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As the club celebrates its centennial, new owners hope to make a splash with major upgrades and ongoing improvements to the historic institution.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, Delaware Today aims to be a resource that readers can turn to for something that’s informative, helpful or heartwarming.
After years of working for the same employer, many retirees are reinventing themselves, undertaking new and different careers—often for fun, but sometimes out of necessity.
The annual summer music festival held in Dover is cancelled this year due to health guidelines aimed to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Explore local history, art and more without leaving the comfort of your home.
Delaware’s wellness gurus give tips on how to self-pamper our physical, mental and emotional well-being during stressful times.
Fretting about your gym closing amid the new coronavirus mandates? Not to worry—some local pros are moving their classes online.
Ethanol used to create distilled spirits is also a primary agreement in the hard-to-find hand cleaner.
A professional from the Mental Health Association in Delaware weighs in on how to take care of yourself in the wake of pandemic anxiety.
Full Circle Foods' Meal Relief Kit delivers chef-prepared meals and a few home essentials right to people's front doors.
The Milton facility is temporarily closed, but offers an improved layout and more taps.
The newly opened Seed Eatery offers fresh natural food in a casual environment, and is serving customers through the COVID-19 outbreak.
Senior editor Ashley Breeding shares how she’s staying on top of the daily grind while not letting anyone lose their mind (yet).
Delaware experts give tips for achieving a healthier, peaceful, productive and less cluttered year.
Here are some ways to make the transition from office to remote work a little easier.
The University of Delaware is at the center of the state's first coronavirus cases. Here, a graduating senior shares a first person take of the virus' impact on campus.
Local eateries are limited to takeout and delivery as Gov. John Carney enacts statewide restrictions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Antique Alley and Downtown Alley, both in Bridgeville, make a rewarding stop on your quest for the quaint.
Food and drinks aside, the restroom can be one of the most important aspects of your restaurant experience. We found a few that stand out around the First State.
From sweet and savory to bottomless and build-your-own, here's your guide to the First State’s must-try brunch spots for every type of diner.
Due to health concerns, several bars and restaurants at the Delaware beaches are temporarily suspending operations and delaying opening for the season.
Every month, Delaware Today heads to a local establishment to taste-test libations. Our favorites will make a splash here.
The Lewes vendor market recently opened on Coastal Highway, and features new, handmade, recycled and vintage goods.
From pub crawls and specialty beer releases to parades and live music, you don't have to be Irish to enjoy these festivities.