WILMINGTON — Delaware Nature Society’s annual native plant sale is online and open to the public on Sunday and Monday. This spring’s theme is “Hope Blooms,” …
NEW CASTLE — Like any parent, Jeanne Eskridge, of Townsend, wanted it all for her son, Brian. After graduating from high school and completing a job-training program, Ms. Eskridge sought a …
MILTON — Haley Alexander was crowned Miss Delaware’s Outstanding Teen on April 19 at the Milton Theatre. A Delaware native, Haley currently attends Cab Calloway School of the Arts in …
GEORGETOWN - April is Fair Housing Month and this year marks the 53rd anniversary of the landmark Fair Housing Act signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson. Pathways to Success Inc., which …
Dover Capital City Rotary Club is hosting its 8th Annual Flags for Heroes program. The program is an annual collaboration between the club and Delaware Tech, Terry Campus, to raise money for …
DAGSBORO -- Peter Carter of Lewes donated 350 staked identification labels to Delaware Botanical Gardens for plants and trees, which can now be seen throughout the gardens. The labels provide both …
DART’s “Stuff The Bus” Food Drive in support of the Food Bank of Delaware COVID-19 relief efforts asks the community donate their non-perishable food items. Events will take place …
WILMINGTON — Following a year of social distancing, virtual school, mask wearing and endless hours of screen time, YMCA of Delaware branches across the state are hosting Healthy Kids Day on …
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MAGNOLIA — Jessica Moyer is out to prove that if she can do it, you can, too. In her new book, “Triumph Through the Tears: Finding Hope and Purpose Through Loss,” she offers a …
DOVER — Connie Holland’s exit strategy from a nearly 50-year career formed through natural evolution. Delaware’s director of the Office of State Planning Coordination has spent …
DOVER — Glenn Dixon’s first volunteer experience with Special Olympics Delaware was three decades ago as a young state trooper, who was one of more than 100 runners participating in the …
Hello from the Kent County Master Gardener volunteers! We will be featuring articles in the Delaware State News and its monthly publications beginning in April. Each month we will share helpful …
SMYRNA — While most around the Smyrna area know Barbara Wright as a longtime teacher at Smyrna Middle School and a stalwart in the school district for 48 years, she can also be considered a …
Designed and built by Hurley Waples of Rehoboth Beach, a member of the current Faith United Methodist Church, the four churches represented above are, from left, Israel United Methodist Church; the …
Don Baker, CEO of FAME, Inc., became head of the organization 11 years ago after being a student in the program years before. FAME, Inc. was established in 1976 and is one of the nation’s oldest …
MILFORD — Some activists from President Joe Biden’s home state outlined a list of policies Wednesday they would like him to enact in his first 100 days in office.“The Poor People’s …
With support of the Camden-Wyoming Fire Co., Caesar Rodney High School's wrestling team was among the many participants in the virtual version of the 2021 Lewes Polar Bear Plunge for Special …
Charles Walter David Jr.’s widow Kathleen and son Neil receiving David’s Navy and Marine Corps Medal from Rear Admiral Stanley Parker and Lieutenant Langford Anderson. Lt. Anderson was one of …
Former Delaware State Police Scuba Unit commander officer Jeffrey Giles has been named to lead the Rehoboth Beach Patrol. (Special to the State News/Chuck Snyder) REHOBOTH BEACH — When the throngs …
Members of the Alpha Alpha Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha, Inc. are, front row, from left, Amanda Holman, Melissa White, Stephanie Collick, Mary Lomax (president of AAMU), Mary Bently La Mar …
Fittingly dressed for the cold weather, volunteers Debbie Sosnoski and Bob Reilly stand ready to wait on the next patron in Friday's Food Bank of Delaware distribution in Georgetown. (Delaware State …
Artist David Jamison, along with a neighborhood cat, stands next to his mural of Akumal, Mexico, on his front yard fence on Columbia Avenue in Dover. (Special to the State News/Ariane Mueller) DOVER …
Dover Police Master Cpl. Ian Thompson, left, gives Dover resident Mike Babiak his Distinguished Citizen Award at the Dover Police Department on Jan. 8. (Delaware State News/Marc Clery) DOVER — …