The Salesianum and UD grad’s most recent film, “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” hits theaters Dec. 16.
If your children have yet to experience the joy of volunteering, there’s no time like the present.
The Cathedral of St. Peter’s Church celebrated its bicentennial Oct. 6 at the Hotel du Pont in Wilmington.
The 10th annual Go Red for Women Luncheon and Fashion Show was Sept. 21 at Baywood Greens in Long Neck.
A resource officer secured bow ties for Georgetown Middle School soccer players so they could all dress up before their games.
Founder Alex Pires shares what he believes has been key to his bank's success.
Christmas comes but once a year. But Cindy Small thinks about the holiday months before she hangs the first ornament on her first tree. She and her husband, David, ring […]
Associated Builders and Contractors Delaware's annual awards program honor the best of the best in the construction industry
The WDEL hosts bring more than 40 years of experience to Delaware’s “trusted source for news.”
We can’t shy away from the harsher facts or realities of race and class.
The medium: ink on skin. The artist: a hopeless romantic. The stories behind the works of art: as unique as the people who wear them.
The state's new medical marijuana program is off to a good start—or a very slow one—depending on who you ask.
The First State boasts no shortage of great musicians, including a few who have been kicking around for 40 years or more and made a mark nationally.
For months, the pastor of Tabernacle Full Gospel Baptist Cathedral has helped keep the lid on any heated demonstration of black anger in Wilmington—but even he doesn’t know how much longer he can keep it ...
Get red-y for those holiday parties.
The Brazilian steakhouse offers almost anything you could want, any way you want it. Life will never be the same.
Meet the women who are changing the workplace and the workforce today.