The Coronavirus pandemic forced Kent County establishments to think differently and flourish with new entrepreneurial tactics.
Leadership Central Delaware, a Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce program, cultivates the county’s leading business luminaries.
Musician and filmmaker Chris Malinowski used Delaware as the backdrop for his band The Collingwood’s new music video, “Confetti.”
These Delaware women became entrepreneurs during the pandemic by creating businesses from their fitness, painting and crafting hobbies.
The Delaware Innocence Project works to exonerate wrongfully convicted individuals and enact structural change in the First State.
Megan Chen, a 17-year-old Newark resident, has been honored for making a positive difference in her community through The Urban Garden Initiative.
JJ McKay, better known to Delawareans as The Vault's "Hitman," shows no signs of slowing down as he approaches half a century of making waves.
In just two years, the Delaware Legislative Black Caucus has helped amplify concerns and issues that had often gone overlooked.
Nigerian-born Giftie Umo—a recent global Great Dames honoree—gives African women a voice through her Delaware-based nonprofit, Girls Leading Africa.
The founder of Delaware's first black chamber of commerce has big plans to help minority-owned businesses.