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.
Although there may be fewer attendees amid a second year of COVID-19, Delaware summer camps prepare for an active and safe season.
Photo courtesy of Munchie Clement Delaware writer Munchie Clement reflects on growing up white or black in America amid racism, white privilege and the Black Lives Matter protests. Earlier this year I read a piece ...
With its scenic locales, low taxes and friendly neighborhood community, Sussex County is the perfect place for retirees to settle.
Columnist Matt Sullivan takes a look at one of the greatest dangers youth face today: disinformation streaming on their devices.
Grief-stricken by the tragic death of her sister, a local mother learns how to navigate the loss and begin the healing process.
Tell us your local favorites! Results will be published in the July 2021 issue of Delaware Today.
Even amid the pandemic, Winterthur, the Brandywine River Museum, Hagley and Longwood Gardens are bringing the magic with their iconic holiday experiences.
Local dad Matt Sullivan grapples with the idea of 'slogging' through the holiday season during a pandemic.
For the Middletown-based Price-Starks family, being parents is about more than just providing the necessities.
From apple picking to cattle gazing, fun autumn activities await just over the state line.
From disposable diapers to trendy toys, potential health dangers may lurk beyond the cute, cuddly and carefree.
For this local dad, sports were something to bemoan as an adolescent. Now, he happily sits in the stands and cheers on his son.
Here's what caregivers should look for, and how they can help if their child shows signs of depression.
Local experts break down the risks and side effects of e-cigarettes and vaping for teens.
As local parents juggle the new daily stressors that come with the COVID-19 pandemic, it has us grieving for the past while staying hopeful for the future.
Browse this year's list of the top restaurants, shops and services in our state, as voted by our readers and editors.
Many signature celebrations have been cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19, but there are still a few Independence Day fireworks displays happening around Delaware.
The Lewes restaurant and bowling alley will begin movie nights June 22, with food served car-side.
As a parent, how do you cope with the coronavirus madness? Take your protein pills and put your game face on.