In a year of highs and lows, there was so much to love about life in Delaware. From supporting nearby restaurants to dreaming about luxury houses and the best places to live in the region, Delawareans turned their focus to the local community like never before. Below, browse through our top 10 articles from 2020 to discover why the First State is such a top-notch place to be.
Each year, Delaware Today partners with the Delaware Nurses Association to recognize the top nurses in our state through the Excellence in Nursing program.
Philadelphia-based Tasties, a Southern soul food eatery, is expanding to Wilmington with Tasties 302.
These are the best restaurants to buy crabs in Delaware, including spots over the state line that are well worth the drive.
Many signature celebrations were canceled or postponed due to COVID-19, but there were still a few Independence Day fireworks displays happening around Delaware.
From rooftop decks to spacious patios, these eateries offer great spaces for dining al fresco.
Support local by ordering food from these nearby eateries.
The First State in a new nation, Delaware remains on the cutting edge, sparkling with vibrant cities, charming towns and storied rural communities.
This former du Pont home known as The Shell House is packed with amenities and offers abundant possibilities for waterside entertaining.
Barn Hill Preserve of Delaware in Frankford supports its conservation mission by offering educational, interactive animal experiences.
One way to uplift Black voices is through food. As people look for resources to take action right now, here is a guide to Black-owned food businesses and restaurants to support around the state.