36.6 F
Tuesday, March 9, 2021


A Delaware native’s search for her long-lost birth family

Mary Tyson always knew she was adopted as an infant. At age 52, after her adoptive parents passed on, she began looking for her birth mother.

The art of micro-weddings: COVID-19 pandemic can’t stop true love

Erica Razze and Blake DiGiacomo are both from large Italian families. So, it’s not surprising that they had 280 people on their wedding guest list. And given Razze owns Capiche Custom Events in Wilmington, you would expect a grand yet...

New Juice Joint squeezed dry on opening day

If the owners of Wilmington’s newest juice bar had any question about whether the city’s Riverfront would be a good locale for their business, selling out of product on their opening day was certainly a strong endorsement of their...

Fox mention boosts fund for couple killed at Delaware Veterans Cemetery

A mention on Fox News’ “The Five” seems to have swelled the coffers of a fund for the family of Paul and Lidia Marino, killed in May at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery. The Elkton couple, who recently celebrated their...

Delaware’s Mt. Cuba in the running to be named one of nation’s best botanical gardens

Delaware’s Mt. Cuba Center is one of 18 public gardens from around the country that USA Today is touting as among the best. Your vote can help land the former du Pont estate that focuses on native plants in the...

Remembering Julie Cawley, leading Delaware philanthropist

Julie P. Cawley, a generous supporter of leading Delaware institutions serving the poor and those with cancer, passed away in Wilmington on Friday, June 5. Cawley was the wife of the late Charles M. Cawley, founder of MBNA Bank, and...

Summer camps can open; New Castle County dog parks and tennis courts return June 1

Before today, Governor John Carney had never discussed whether summer camps would ever reopen this year. But with new summer camp and summer school guidance issued by his office on Friday, parents can breathe a sigh of relief, and camps...

State deploys “Beach Ambassadors” to keep beachgoers safe and socially distant

  If you happen to be on the beach this weekend and someone approaches you with a discrete word of advice on social distancing or mask-wearing, consider it a diplomatic overture.   The strategic deployment of these "Beach Ambassadors" along the Delaware...

Out of staters flock to the beach; managing influx will be a challenge

Saturday’s high-seventies temps and sunny skies – along with the first easing of restrictions on accessing Delaware’s beaches and boardwalks for walking and exercise– were just too tempting for droves of visitors, including not a few out of state...

Breaking: Delaware beaches will open in time for Memorial Day weekend

The state's beaches, ice cream shops and swimming pools will open just in time for the Memorial Day weekend. Governor John Carney made the announcement today, saying ice cream shops and trucks can start operating tomorrow as of 5 pm...
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest News

Delaware libraries continuing policy of waiving fines, late fees during pandemic

  Have you been doing some extra reading while stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, there’s good...

Tatnall Holds off St. Elizabeth 45-40 to Advance 

Tatnall Holds off St. Elizabeth 45-40 to Advance, Omari Banks led the Hornets with 25 points

65th annual state individual wrestling championships saw a 55-year-old record broken

The 65th annual DIAA state individual wrestling championships by a 55 year old record being broke
- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -