Scott Pruden

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Inside the Effort to Bring the Nanticoke Tribe’s Language Back to Life

The Nanticoke tribe of Sussex County lost its language in the 1800s. A new book is helping to bring it back to life.

Freire Charter School Offers a Revolution in Learning in Wilmington

Wilmington's Freire Charter School charts a path to college for kids who have fallen behind.

The Wilmington VA Medical Center Serves Local Veterans

Since 1950, the Wilmington VA Medical Center has cared for the health of the region’s veterans.

Chapel Street Players Finds a New Home in Delaware

Anyone who’s moved house will understand Scott Mason, executive director of Chapel Street Players...

In Its 100th Year, DuPont Country Club Dives Ahead

The DuPont Country Club’s new owners make a splash with major upgrades and ongoing improvements in Wilmington.

Delaware’s Legislative Black Caucus Makes Local Voices Heard

In just two years, the Delaware Legislative Black Caucus has helped amplify concerns and issues that had often gone overlooked.

Here’s What to Expect at the Brandywine Zoo’s New Madagascar Exhibit

The in-progress exhibit, which will focus on native animals and the challenges they face in the wild, marks the largest expansion in the zoo’s 115-year history.

Will the ‘Murder Hornet’ Make its Way to Delaware?

A University of Delaware entomologist weighs in on if locals can expect the Asian giant hornet to appear in the First State.

Two Charming, Historic Kent County Homes For Under $400,000

From modern updates to stunning historic details, these Kent County homes offer back-in-the-day beauty for under $400,000.

In Her New Book of Poetry, Rachel Eliza Griffiths Conveys Beauty in Loss

The Wilmington-raised poet grapples with grief in her new intimate collection of poetry, and shares how mourning takes up residence in the body.

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