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TSD Q&A: The Rev. Christopher Bullock

The Reverend Dr. Christopher Alan Bullock is a founder of the Canaan Baptist Church in New Castle, a congregation that has grown to over 1700 members since 2003.  A native of Wichita, Kansas, Rev. Bullock came to Delaware by way...

TSD Q&A: The Seiler Brothers of Maine Root

Brothers Mark and Matt Seiler spent their childhood in Wilmington, and after moving away in high school returned every summer to Rehoboth Beach where much of their family still lives. Today they own and run Maine Root Inc., an award-winning/fast...

Wilmington University's Sports Push

Last week, we talked about the University of Delaware athletics department and its quest for the big time. This week, we’re talking about the Wilmington University athletics department and its quest for the small time. Wilmington - which started in 1968...

Talkin' Mid-East Politics

Wilmington native and Salesianum School alumnus (class of 1976) Gregory Gause, Professor of Political Science at the University of Vermont, is one of America’s top commentators on the Middle East.  A noted expert on Saudi Arabia and author of...

Catching up with Mike Brey

The 2011 Associated Press Coach of the Year at Notre Dame, Mike Brey was one of the most successful coaches in University of Delaware history.   In his final three seasons in Newark, the Blue Hens compiled  a 70-23 record,...

A State Of Neighbors

Delaware is small and other states make fun of us because of that. You’ve probably heard it before. “Dela-where?” or “What part of Pennsylvania is that in?” We even make fun of ourselves, sometimes unintentionally, including what is possibly...

TSD Q&A: Jo Anne Barnhart

The Honorable Jo Anne Barnhart, a graduate of Brandywine High School and the University of Delaware, served as Commissioner of the United States Social Security Administration under President George W. Bush from 2001-2007. This made her, until the...

The Times They Are A' Changing

Change is coming to the athletics program at the University of Delaware and, like most change, it could be good or bad. It all depends on your perspective. Delaware wants to grow up. It’s no longer content to be a...

TSD Q&A: Mary Carillo

Emmy Award-winning broadcaster and former tennis star Mary Carillo recently came to Wilmington to support the Rodney Street Tennis and Tutoring Association.  Carillo teamed with childhood neighbor John McEnroe to win the French Open mixed doubles title in 1977....
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Latest News

New COVID cases drop a bit; state will delay some mass vaccination events

As of Friday, 544,615 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given to Delawareans

Finally getting out to dine? Try these places in Wilmington

      While Wilmington’s city life took a hit during the pandemic, the dining scene has soldiered forward. If you’re feeling more confident — or fully...

Carney nominates 1st woman to head Chancery, 1st black woman on Kent Superior Court

Carney's nominations must be confirmed by the Delaware Senate.
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