The DuPont Colored Schools Oral History Project was the result of several months of a concerted team effort of the African American Cultural Resources Task Force (AATF) that was conceived and formed in March 2020. ...
Editor’s note: Jill Hicks shared these comments at the Jan. 24 Sussex County Council meeting. I appreciate County Council’s job to balance the rights of property owners, while …
A public meeting was planned at Dover City Hall Jan. 26 on the topic of continued problems in the downtown area that some say are connected to the Loockerman Street bar, Irish Mike’s Old Towne …
Here is the Question of the Day: Between its maintenance and operations employees, various volunteer programs and efforts from the Department of Correction’s inmates, the Delaware Department …
Editor’s note: Michael Wirtschafter presented these comments concerning House Bill 1 to the House of Representatives’ Health & Human Development Committee on Jan. 25. Hello and …
Let’s discuss classified documents. The documents found in the Penn Biden Center and in Mr. Mike Pence’s home were immediately turned over to the National Archives. President Joe Biden …
A “group effort” involving the Polytech School of Aviation Maintenance is set to take off soon. The school will provide three adult training and certification programs for those in …
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Here is the Question of the Day: Black History Month events abound across the state, including Dover’s seventh annual Citywide Black History Celebration, with themes such as dance, history, …
Sandy Penrod Wootten is a retired teacher from Dover, where she taught kindergarten through second grades before focusing her career on the gifted and talented ALPHA program for fifth and sixth …
In 2016, I retired after nearly 42 years of state service, fully expecting to receive a Medicare supplement health care plan, which is what the state provided for decades. ...
I am not at all surprised that classified documents have turned up in Donald Trump’s and Joe Biden’s private homes and, now, also, in Mike Pence’s home. In fact, I would not be at …
Gov. John Carney cited job fulfillment and investment in education as areas of priority during his 2023 State of the State address Jan. 19. For the first time since the onset of the pandemic, every …
Here is the Question of the Day: The “Hail Melon” video game move that driver Ross Chastain used successfully at Martinsville Speedway last year will now result in a penalty based …
As we mark National Girls & Women in Sports Day on Feb. 1, we commend all women athletes, celebrate their past and current sports achievements, and acknowledge the positive influence of sports participation. ...
The staff, Sussex County Committee members and volunteers of Read Aloud Delaware would like to thank the area restaurants who provided us with fundraising opportunities over the past few months by …
Senate Bill 29, which seeks to increase the number of retirees on the State Employee Benefits Committee and create a Retiree Healthcare Benefits Advisory Subcommittee, was passed by the Senate and …
Here is the Question of the Day: Kent County Levy Court recently held a workshop with the Regional Planning Commission to review major updates to its planning and building codes that will bring …
Tom Purcell is a Pittsburgh Tribune-Review humor columnist. Copyright 2023 Tom Purcell. Distributed exclusively by Cagle Cartoons newspaper syndicate. Groundhog Day cannot come soon …
Steven Pressman is a professor of economics at The New School. This was first published by The Conversation. Editor’s note: Republicans and Democrats are again facing off over the U.S. debt …
Comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias will return to the Delaware State Fair this summer, performing July 20 at the M&T Bank Grandstand, officials recently announced. Mr. Iglesias is one …
Here is the Question of the Day: The Lewes Polar Bear Plunge has raised more than $14.7 million for Special Olympics Delaware. Since the initial event, the plunge has grown over its 30-plus …
There appears to be little disagreement that our country is polarized culturally and politically. Public intellectuals and citizens have scores of reasons as to why this is the case. …
While I am generally an optimistic person, given the venomous language used against people who disagree with Democrat policies …
For any issue or problem in society, there are likely to be many interpretations of the problem, as well as different, credible and worthwhile solutions to those problems. …
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