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Three decades after Delaware's only known serial killer was convicted, Steven Pennell's hideous crimes and confounding courtroom behavior remain perplexing.
Lawyers on this list were chosen by a survey of Delaware lawyers. Top vote-getters are in bold, with office addresses and phone numbers, law schools, number of years in practice, and legal specialties.
Restorations, office moves and the new Center for African American Heritage offer a fresh exploration of state history.
The pioneering efforts of this school make it a safe place for children to learn while continuing their medical routines.
Crisis Intervention Team programs initiated in Delaware could better equip first responders and reduce injuries.
Hands-on hotel experience paired with a student restaurant gives the UD program its edge and appeal.
Tanya, a black lab, finds a new home and a new partnership while scouting out the causes of dubious fires.
Surviving a shiwreck and multiple Atlantic crossings, barber surgeon Timen Stiddem proves that determination pays off.
Surprising voting results have been yielded in election years ending in "four." Will it happen again?
On your next visit to the Riverfront, stop at the Westin Hotel's in-house restaurant for a mouth-watering meal.
Jes Made Bakery cranks out 120 to 200 dozen doughnuts daily for the supermarket chain.
Giving thanks for stunning table settings that welcome family and friends.
Maintaining a centuries-old home may be difficult, but it's well worth the task to those invested in its charm and significance.
Brent Hull explains the art of buying and building a timeless home.