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A “Kinger” Laments the Closing of a Beloved Church

A “Kinger” Laments the Closing of a Beloved Church

On the same day that Michael Fleming’s op-ed on the fascinating history of St. Joseph’s on the Brandywine appeared in the News Journal, Bishop Malooly of the Diocese…

Wednesday, May 25th By

The Whodunit of 756 Dead Sheep (and Other Tales from the National Mock Trial Competition)

The Whodunit of 756 Dead Sheep (and Other Tales from the National Mock Trial Competition)

“Calling the case of Illan Zabala versus Luz Bennett and the Flying B Cattle Ranch!” Following three consecutive years of losing his sheep to the Bluetongue virus at…

Monday, May 23rd By

Rwandan Genocide American Patriot Visits Padua Academy

Rwandan Genocide American Patriot Visits Padua Academy

During Rwanda’s 1994 three-month genocide, the U.S. and other foreign governments evacuated their missions, leaving orphanages completely vulnerable to the widespread massacre that claimed over 800,000 lives. Thousands…

Thursday, May 19th By

Effective Vaccine for Cancer-Causing Virus Faces Hurdles

Effective Vaccine for Cancer-Causing Virus Faces Hurdles

There is a vaccine that has had tremendous success since it was introduced in the United States 10 years ago, improving the lives of thousands of young women,…

Tuesday, May 17th By

The Irish, Du Pont and a Church by the Banks: St. Joseph’s on the Brandywine Celebrates 175 Years

The Irish, Du Pont and a Church by the Banks: St. Joseph’s on the Brandywine Celebrates 175 Years

As Ireland entered a century that would see as many as a million of its own starve to death and another million flee the island’s impoverished clutches, an…

Wednesday, May 11th By

DTC Setting a Record: $1 Million in Ticket Sales

DTC Setting a Record: $1 Million in Ticket Sales

For the first time in it’s 38 year history, the Delaware Theatre Company is proud to announce that the theatre is on track to gross $1 million in ticket…

Monday, May 9th By

The Delaware Guy who Tangled with Trump

The Delaware Guy who Tangled with Trump

Twenty-six years ago Marvin Roffman was a securities analyst in Philadelphia covering the gaming industry. Today he is kicking back enjoying semi-retirement in a 40-room Rehoboth Beach mansion,…

Monday, May 2nd By
Kevin Noonan on Sports

New Delaware Hoops Coach Ingelsby Faces Big Challenges

The University of Delaware finally hired a men’s basketball coach, and even though it seemed to…

Hoops Ambitions High at UD – But are They Realistic?

A new era in athletics has begun at the University of Delaware and that’s a good…

Grand Prix Bike Race Rolls Back into Wilmington

It was surreal then and it seems even more so now. Donald Trump’s helicopter hovered over…

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Meet Me There!

Meet friends at these fun local events:

Thru May 29 - Rumplestitskin at DCT

Jun 3 - INSPIRE Lot Series Event on W 7th St in Wilmington. Food trucks, art, live music and more

Jun 4 - Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

Jun 11 - Farm to Food Truck event at Coverdale Farm Preserve

Jun 17 - A Night at Nemours ~ 11th annual gala


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