In today’s deeply polarized and partisan political environment, few issues better unite the American people than tackling the high cost of health care and prescription drugs. It’s no …
The angry scolding the president gave America last week was both unnecessary and offensive. It is indeed about freedom and personal choice. And medical decisions should be made after consultation …
Ninety percent of Delaware’s recent COVID-19 hospitalizations occurred in individuals who were not fully vaccinated. For the week of Aug. 30 to Sept. 5, the most recent available data, 120 of …
Here is the Question of the Day: DNREC recently announced stations at Broadkill Beach, Herring Point, the Indian River Inlet, St. Jones Reserve and Blackbird Creek Reserve where visitors can share …
What if there was a way for pain patients to get all the pain-relieving power of opioids with none of the addictive side effects? Opioids are one of the most powerful pain medications available, …
Here again is a brand-new and different school year, yet with the unusual elements our youth now face, such as students greeting one another, teachers and staff from behind masks — and the …
If I’m being as candid as possible, Joe Biden and his colleagues are ineffective and damaging to the American citizens, military members, allies and Afghans who assisted in removing the …
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Clad in his iconic Superman T-shirt, James Jerman provided the stereotypical look one would expect from a man who owns a gaming and comic book shop.  Mr. Jerman has owned Born to Game on the …
Here is the Question of the Day: A forum on affordable housing in Dover is planned for Sept. 22. Panelists will include elected officials, educational leaders, and housing and police …
As of last week, abortion in the nation’s second-most-populous state is effectively banned, thanks to a cruel and overreaching law. Texas now allows private citizens to sue anyone who helps …
Two decades later, Jim Hosfelt choked up continues to get choked up at the searing memory. “I still get emotional when I think about it,” he said, recalling 12 days after Sept. 11, 2001, …
Here is the Question of the Day: The traditional end of summer is Labor Day, and some beach-area residents hope for less traffic and fewer tourists, making for less crowded roads and more room to …
In most cases, the cost of a new product falls the longer it is on the market, but prescription drug prices somehow defy gravity. Delaware residents, like all Americans, pay among the highest drug …
Afghanistan is a mess. But let’s look at 20 years of failure before placing blame. We went to Afghanistan to rid it of al-Qaida and get Osama bin Laden. That was not accomplished in a timely …
Data suggests a slow recovery for Delaware, much like the nation, from the fiscal impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic and the decrease in jobs last year. The Delaware Department of Labor’s monthly …
Here is the Question of the Day: Summer break is over and Delaware schools are back in full swing. What are you doing to help the kids in your life adjust to their schedules?  Join the …
Twenty years ago, I recited a eulogy for the firefighters of New York who died on 9/11 at a memorial in Battery Park in New Castle. With this being the 20th anniversary of that tragedy, I would like …
DOVER — Some notes and quotes between headlines and deadlines … *** Today’s newspaper includes a special section, “9/11: 20 Years Later.” The images help us …
The first of two scheduled public comment sessions regarding police officers donning body-worn cameras in Delaware took place at the Dover Police Department on Thursday night, with an audience of …
Here is the Question of the Day: The 43rd annual Nanticoke Indian Powwow continues today at Hudson Fields in Milton. Have you attended the powwow? What’s your favorite …
I’ve had the privilege of working with three generations of military veterans during service in three branches (Air Force, Army Guard and Navy Reserve) over a 40-year period that included a …
As the mission of the American Legion family — “for God and country” — dictates, we, the members of American Legion Post 17, wish to offer our prayers, thanks and memories of …
Several Walgreens pharmacies in Delaware are unable to process prescriptions or administer COVID-19 tests due to flooding from Hurricane Ida. The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services …
Here is the Question of the Day: Summer break is over and Delaware schools are back in full swing. What are you doing to help the kids in your life adjust to their schedules?  Join the …