Here is the Question of the Day: Details for the 90th Dover Days celebration were announced, appropriately, on Delaware Day this week. After a delay of two years, first caused by COVID-19 then by …
Wilmington has joined a growing number of cities that are exploring ways to reconnect neighborhoods and providing new public spaces by creating caps over urban highways. These structures are being used to create green spaces, plazas and cultural amenities that can also reconnect ...
The midterm elections are over, and single-party rule in Delaware by the Democrats has gotten stronger. The Dems have increased their overall control of our state government, and retained the …
The Hale-Byrnes House, the Stanton site of a 1777 Council of War between George Washington and his generals, has been memorialized in a painting that was unveiled Dec. 3. “Prelude to …
Here is the Question of the Day: Residents of the Pine Haven community in Lincoln have reported issues with the water, including particles and a “rancid, metallic smell,” when it was …
Healthy people, kids, families and workers are critical to a productive and vibrant economy. That’s why it’s no surprise that this rampant respiratory syncytial virus, COVID-19, cold …
When Bill Clinton questioned the meaning of the word “is,” it opened the floodgates for every conman and carpetbagger with a hustle to lower the standard of truth required in public …
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Taylor Swift’s first tour since 2018 kicked off with a Ticketmaster online sales meltdown, resulting in the cancellation of general public sales a few days later due to a lack of tickets. Two …
Here is the Question of the Day: The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have signed a cost-sharing agreement for a new study. …
Dr. Tanya Hettler is the director of the Center for Educational Excellence at the Caesar Rodney Institute. By Dr. Tanya Hettler A January 2022 national survey conducted by National School …
Unfortunately, Delaware has now suffered 18 fire fatalities this year. No. 17 occurred in Kent County recently, as did No. 18 in New Castle County. Both fires are still under investigation by the …
There is plenty to be thankful for, and at the top of our list are Delaware State News readers and all those who enliven the Opinion pages with their Letters to the Editor, Guest Commentaries, Speak …
Here is the Question of the Day: Celebrating the First State on Dec. 7 has been happening since a 1933 resolution was passed urging “people of the State of Delaware to observe the day in …
The GOP assumed they would be the overall winner in the midterm elections. Their reasoning was deeply flawed. Basing their concept on assured victory was extremely mistaken. The Republicans’ …
Democracy is about getting what the majority wants. Democracy makes it possible for change to take place peacefully, according to election results. Those who lost made short concession speeches. At …
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission announced that it will not adopt a proposed bait harvest for female horseshoe crabs in the Delaware Bay. Crab numbers have plummeted since the 1990s, …
Here is the Question of the Day: Delaware lawmakers set a goal of 60% municipal waste recycling by 2020, and the Recycling Public Advisory Council says we hit 37% in 2021. Material sent to …
Would you like to see tankers filled with liquefied natural gas floating under the Delaware Memorial Bridge, past the Salem Nuclear Power Plant and through the Delaware Estuary and Bay, with all their scenic views, abundant wildlife...
At 66, I don’t have any major regrets. The closest thing to an official major regret is never writing that novel percolating inside me. And now, I am about to at least write it...
With all that is going on in our nation, it is understandable if you have not been paying attention to what is going on in Iran. However, it is something worth our attention. Back in September, a 22-year-old woman named Mahsa Amini died in custody of the morality police...
Are you planning to attend Monday’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control meeting to solicit feedback on a restaurant proposed for the Cape Henlopen State Park oceanfront …
Here is the question of the day: A structure at West Loockerman and South New streets in Dover that was gutted by fire earlier this year is set to be torn down starting next week. The process …
Meryem Y. Dede is a debt-free justice staff attorney at Juvenile Law Center, a former Delaware public defender and a coordinator for the Campaign to End Debtors’ Prison. She lives in …
There have been many letters written in recent weeks lamenting the plans of a private firm establishing a new restaurant in Cape Henlopen State Park, with the exclusive right to operate it for at …