Three aspiring journalists will be working in area newsrooms this summer through the Delaware Community Foundation’s Journalism Internship Program, in an effort to increase local coverage, deepen the pipeline of journalists of color and elevate stories of underserved communities.
Each day, Holly Strickland opens the Target app and checks if there is any baby formula in stock for her 3-month-old son.
If there is, she will order a couple for pickup. But when she’s in the store, the formula section is only about 5% stocked, she said.
NEWARK — Delmarva Power announced Wednesday it is now offering grants to municipalities, recreational authorities, and nonprofit organizations for projects that focus on environmental …
DOVER — The capital city’s downtown area is suffering from vacant storefronts, high crime rates, confusing parking rules and aggressive panhandlers.
Those are just some of the reasons why the Downtown Dover Partnership and Mosaic Development Partners have kicked off the “Capital City 2030: Transforming Downtown Dover” survey.
WILMINGTON — Nine Delaware Black-owned businesses are stronger now after graduating as the inaugural class of the Delaware Black Chamber of Commerce EnrichDelaware program.
On Tuesday, …