Kent County's parks, trails and outdoor spaces are the perfect way to get outdoors and boost your health—mental and physical.
The Coronavirus pandemic forced Kent County establishments to think differently and flourish with new entrepreneurial tactics.
The executive director of the Kent Economic Partnership, Linda Parkowsk, sees a bright future for the county's manufacturing sector.
Leadership Central Delaware, a Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce program, cultivates the county’s leading business luminaries.
Kent County's Fifer Orchards welcomes visitors year-round to enjoy locally grown produce from its markets or pick straight from the vines.
Lewes' Athena Monet—the Seaside Shaman–helps people cope with chronic pain by connecting them with their spiritual power through spirit therapy sessions.
Sam Anderson, a local wine expert, forges his new career path by creating his own natural wine company serving restaurants all across Delaware.
Kent County's art scene may be a little different this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but artists throughout the county find new ways to thrive.
The Delaware Innocence Project works to exonerate wrongfully convicted individuals and enact structural change in the First State.
Enjoy top-tier cuisine without breaking the bank this season with these five inexpensive ways to dine down at the Delaware beaches
Use the five elements of Feng Shui—wood, fire, earth, metal and water—in your designs to harmonize and balance your home as well as your life.
These Delaware design pros are experts in the field when it comes to home renovations, redecorating or rejuvenating a house to make it feel like a home.
Delaware native Monique Rollins communicates her thoughts through her evolutionary collection of contemporary abstract works.
Summer camps may be different this year with extra precautions due to COVID-19, but these programs are preparing to open for a fun-filled, safe season.
Megan Chen, a 17-year-old Newark resident, has been honored for making a positive difference in her community through The Urban Garden Initiative.
Although there may be fewer attendees amid a second year of COVID-19, Delaware summer camps prepare for an active and safe season.
Owner of Ouro Wines, former sommelier and beverage director Sam Anderson gives us an inside look into his selection of spring varietals.
Photo by Alison Conklin Dallas Shaw is throwing out the rulebook when it comes to designing her Wilmington home by straying from traditional and diving headfirst into eclecticism. When Dallas […]
These two Sussex County historic homes await a return to their original grandeur with some special love and attention from their new homeowners.