Delaware civil rights leader Littleton Mitchell died July 6 at the age of 90. The following article was published in the February 2009 issue of Delaware Today.
Gov. Markell’s Statement on the Passing of Senate President Pro Tempore Thurman Adams Jr. DOVER – Gov. Jack Markell released the following statement Tuesday in response to the news that […]
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April 17 at the Georgetown Community Cheer Center.
April 17 at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington.
April 4 at the Greenville Country Club.
March 21 at the Sheraton Dover Hotel.
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Golf among patriots is bound to revolutionize something—if only the humble sand iron.
Two delicious Asian places angle for supremacy at the beach. Plus, Chesapeake City is a diner's paradise any time, but there's no season better than summer.
Smyrna native Chuck Wicks and others will light up the state fair. Plus, get robbed on the Wilmington & Western Railroad, enjoy The Brandywiners' production of "Camelot," and more.
The Gabby Guy goes back for seconds during Meals on Wheels’ big weekend and checks in on the fashion scene with the Wilmington Flower Market.
Art makes a Chadds Ford garden bloom with the totally unexpected.
And you thought jewelry merely looked good. Traci Lynn will tell you it can change your life.
A new program helps seniors—and others—build bone density and functional strength, meaning, for many, it’s easier to get through the day.
A new leader and team may help set the Delaware Psychiatric Center back on track. But with a history of old troubles and current financial woes, the job will be a big one.
Did you know QVC's beautiful and talented Mrs. Prindable lives among us? Plus, the Blue Rocks bobble Biden, a local youth stands out and a legendary beach spot celebrates a half century in business.
There’s never been a more exciting time to live here. The nation is finding out why.
When the Three Little Bakers Dinner Theatre closed, it was the end of an era. Was it the end of a legacy, too?
Three years and $39 million later, the estate is new again. Welcome to 1910.
From crab cakes and cheesesteaks to prime rib and clam bakes, little Delaware is packed with great places to eat and terrific places to shop. Here’s the cream of the crop.
Features Livin’ Large Small spaces need a little help feeling better. While renovating his condo, this homeowner discovered all the tricks. […]
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