Every month, Delaware Today heads to a local establishment to taste-test libations. Our favorites will make a splash here.
The couple wed in May 2019 at St. Joseph on the Brandywine followed by a reception at Wilmington Country Club.
Transform your bathroom into a relaxing, spa-like space with natural elements, calming scents and cozy textiles.
Wilmington University held its annual Green and White Scholarship Ball Oct. 26 at the Wilmington campus.
Meals On Wheels Delaware held its Sip and Savor: Feed the Beat fundraiser Sept. 6 at Dover Downs.
These Kent, New Castle and Sussex County homes boast luxurious spaces complete with spectacular views, walk-in showers, spa-like tubs and more.
These laid-back winter essentials work in the office and the outdoors.
Dale Dunning’s Jusst Sooup ministry, based out of her home and commercial kitchen near Lewes, has helped feed thousands.
Drafted by the Los Angeles Chargers, the Philadelphia native is the highest-drafted defensive player the school has ever seen.
Technology and nature meet in a smart house with views of the wetlands.
The veteran firefighter is representing volunteers in a new calendar.
Delaware Today staffers dish on some of their favorite items to order at restaurants around the state.
Forget the romantic dinners by candlelight. This Feb. 13, celebrate Galentine’s Day with your closest friends.
Delaware native Munchie Clement tunes out the online criticism and chooses to parent her own way.
The Delaware Thunder hockey team fills a void for the sport in the state, thanks to Charlie Pens Sr.
Wilmington-based interior designer Josephine Kurtz of Kurtz Collection shares how to create a timeless space.
From tours and tastings to exotic cuisine and cooking classes for every level, explore nearby destinations filled with tasty options.
The Archmere Academy grad incorporates fun and fearless self-expression into her style.
Senior editor Ashley Breeding is put to work at Coverdale Farm Preserve.
Tired of the daily grind? From an FBI agent to an archeologist, take inspiration from these locals who chose an alternate career path.
This month we’re celebrating a new look and feel of our print magazine and website.
From gourmet sandwiches to innovative seafood options, these eats are the future.
These chefs and eateries are blazing a trail of culinary cool in the First State.
The picturesque Wilmington property boasts 20 acres of gardens, cottages, historic structures and more.
Vegetarian and vegan eateries continue to be hot in the First State.