Delaware Today March 2019

These Summer Camps Are a Must for Kids in Delaware

Summer camps are a great way for kids to stay active throughout the summer—socially, mentally and physically. 

The Legendary Kelly’s Logan House Lives On in Trolley Square

Here's how this historic Irish bar stays afloat in one of Wilmington's most ever-changing communities.

Party Pics: Nanticoke Cancer Care Services' Shine a Light Event

The Seaford-based community healthcare provider held its fourth annual event on Nov. 5 to raise awareness for lung cancer.

Party Pics: The 55th Annual Harvest Ball

The Americans of Polish Descent Cultural Society held its yearly event Nov. 18 at the HOTEL DU PONT in Wilmington.

Meet the Man Behind a Project That Would 3D-Print Homes in Wilmington

G. Dennis O’Brien wants to bring affordable housing to the city.
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Living a Vegan Lifestyle is Easier Than Ever—Especially in Coastal Sussex

Veganism is no stranger to Delaware's coast thanks to recent local restaurant and organization efforts.

Meet the Power Couple Shaping Wilmington's Music and Theater Scene

Kerry Kristine McElrone and Joe Trainor met—and fell in love—while working for the city’s flourishing arts scene.

A Look at Some of Delaware's Service Organizations

Since the early 1900s, these groups have been bastions of fellowship and benevolence.

Style Spy: We’re Living for Living Coral

Pantone’s 2019 color of the year will give your wardrobe (and mood) a lively boost.

This Wilmington Native Dishes on the Value of Having a “Work Wife”

Claire Mazur discusses the power of female friendship in the workplace.
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