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The latest installment of WHYY First dives into Wilmington crime and the $600,000 budget dedicated to improving safety.
Delaware, Southeastern Pennsylvania and Maryland.
The livin’ is easy in these outdoor oases.
A recently built home makes the most of its beach location but adds worldly touches.
Treat your skin to this great product by Carrello by Currie.
This little slice of heaven is just a short drive from Wilmington into the Keystone State.
She will love any of these great ideas for Mother's Day.
The CROP Foundation held a speakeasy-themed event March 6 at 413 N. Market St. in Wilmington. The event benefits students pursuing a post-graduation education in the culinary arts.
An opening night reception for a Jamie Wyeth retrospective was held Jan. 16 at the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds Ford, Pa.
Blood and nylon: Wallace Carothers’ discovery earned billions for DuPont, but it exacted a price.
One Delawarean shares his gripping part in a legacy.
A town for all families: CAMP Rehoboth celebrates 25 years of opening doors for gays at the beach.
A historic town relives its past during A Day in Old New Castle while building on its future.
After 50 years in business, the multitalented design company says its success is owed to the clients.
Goldey-Beacom College’s 13th president is charged with expanding the curricula while sticking to its business roots.
Kristin Sausville is now a local celebrity thanks to her five-day domination in the popular game show that won her more than $94,000.
Don't miss Strawberry Festival at Fifer Orchards. Plus, try making this delicious recipe for Strawberries Romanoff.
Pull up a stool at Wilmington’s newest bar.
Rehoboth chef Hari Cameron opens a second restaurant.
This enchanting stop at the shore will delight your taste buds.
Nurses were chosen by their professional peers via an online poll conducted by the Delaware Nurses Association.
How technology is improving patient care in Delaware.
Dover police and others are moving to quash a recent surge in violent crime while heading off a potential influx of criminals in the future.
Part one in a series explains why violent crime has increased in Wilmington.
Don't forget to care for your most valuable asset: You. Here are some ways to treat yourself.
Don’t fret: Help is on the way when something breaks.
Breast Cancer: A Catalyst for Change
With crimes throughout the state continuing to rise in both frequency and violence, it's clear that Delaware is in dire need of change.