Delaware Today December 2014

St. Paul’s United Methodist Church Celebrates 50 Years

Being uprooted twice since its founding in 1845 wasn't enough to stop this North Wilmington church from thriving on "respect and love" for the last five decades.

Wilmington Clothing Business Creates Online Reality Videos

The T-shirt printers at Spaceboy debut an online reality series. Wilmington never looked so wacky.

Human Ecology Foundation Guides Students Toward Public Service

Caravel Academy junior Drew Collins received the foundations's inaugural award for his work involving endangered animals.

Governor Plans to Redevelop Fort DuPont

At Fort DuPont, preserving the past means protecting against a certain future of sea-level rise. Can it be done affordably?

Unlikely Duo Bonds Over Music

Generation gap? When it comes to music, these performers speak the same language.
- Advertisement -

Delaware Pride Includes Wawa

Affordability? Convenience? Wawa has it all and executive editor Suzanne Loudermilk has no qualms with boasting about it.

Slam Dunk to the Beach Returns to Lewes

To get the NBA-caliber gist of Slam Dunk to the Beach, one need only throw out first names like LeBron and Carmelo. After an 11-year hiatus and the arrest and prosecution of its founder, the tourney is back—and Sussex County couldn’t be happier.

Women in Business 2014

Meet 36 women, who share their tips for success—and how they’ve managed to find that tricky balance between their personal and professional lives. It hasn’t always been easy, but they have persevered.

Delaware Today December 2014 Cover Contest

How well do YOU know the Small Wonder? Try to identify all of the items on our December Cover. Four winners will receive a $50 restaurant gift card and a bonus prize.

Our Best of Delaware Elimination Ballot is open through February 22!

Holiday flash sale ... subscribe and save 50%

Limited time offer. New subscribers only.