Here is the Question of the Day: Districts in Delaware are operating under varied learning models, with some students in school daily, but at reduced enrollment levels, and some only attending …
By Dr. Greg Williams and Ken Abraham   Whatever your political persuasion, every American should be appalled by the brazen efforts of conservatives to curb, restrict or block your right to …
A movement within the Indian River School District board of education and the community is saying enough is enough, that it’s time to move forward and get students back in classrooms full time. …
Delaware State University open its unprecedented spring football season today. What do you think about that? 
I learned early on that recreational fishing businesses not only depend on a healthy environment but also a long-term, sustainable population of fish. Upon moving back to this region, I became acutely aware of the problems facing marine fisheries, particularly striped bass. ...
Since February is Black History Month, I want to say something about slavery at the time of our nation’s founding. In response to the 1619 Project, former President Donald Trump established The President’s Advisory 1776 Commission...
A movement within the Indian River School District board of education and the community is saying enough is enough, that it’s time to move forward and get students back in classrooms full time. …
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Since leaving the Cambridge City Council in January, I have been busy with several projects that include coordinating the Covid-19 vaccination process for my wife and me, which has been successfully …
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Council members: How do we dispose of hazardous waste? First, let me thank you for the single stream recycling now available in the county. It has been a long time coming, and makes it so much …
Sometimes, the messenger negates the efficacy of their intentions. A recent letter you printed from Ken Abraham about ending the war on drugs is an example (“To the AG: Stop the ‘war on …
A Christmas card I had sent to a friend of mine in Maryland was just received over the weekend. It was postmarked Dec. 16.   Now, we have heard a few reasons as to why the mail delivery is …
Delaware students who decline to salute the American flag and recite the pledge could face punishment from the school. Furthermore, teachers who don’t require their pupils to take part in the …
Here is the Question of the Day: The chief of the Cherokee Nation has reached out to Jeep over the use of the word Cherokee on their vehicles. Other companies, including Land O Lakes and Aunt …
On Feb. 4, Johnson & Johnson and partner Janssen Pharmaceuticals submitted an application to the Food and Drug Administration for emergency-use authorization for their single-dose COVID-19 vaccine. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine could be a game changer for the U.S. and for Delaware.
I physically felt as if I was about to hurl all over my keyboard reading Bill Sharpe’s “A eulogy for Rush Limbaugh” (Feb. 23). My first, immediate thought was …
Delaware students who decline to salute the American flag and recite the pledge could face punishment from the school. Furthermore, teachers who don’t require their pupils to take part in the …
Here is the Question of the Day: Major League Baseball  spring training games begin on Saturday. The season begins April 1 with all 30 clubs scheduled to play on Opening Day. What do you …
Rush Limbaugh set the bar when it comes to being an example of what it is to be a man of God, a great patriot, humble and honest, as well as a man of great courage, integrity and passion and love for …
I was at a grocery store checkout a couple weeks ago, when the gentleman in front of me leaned toward the cashier, as he was having trouble hearing her. She very respectfully asked him to please …
Legal recreational marijuana, long a pipe dream, could soon be reality in Delaware. Legislation that would allow adults to buy and consume cannabis in the First State is set to be filed in the coming …
Here is the Question of the Day: A coalition is calling for 12 weeks of paid leave for medical and family issues, such as birth of a child or a serious illness. Do you think private employers …
Everyone would like to see a vibrant, thriving business, preferentially a manufacturing business employing many local citizens at the Carvel Hall site. How best to accomplish this? The City …
  DeJoy should be fired! The letter carriers are being overworked and abused. Trump was trying to privatize a system that has worked for years. Glad Coons and Carper are on it! — Deb …
Here is the Question of the Day: Appoquinimink School District recently expanded its bookmobile program to reach more people. Have you or your family borrowed reading materials from a …
Walking through the hallways at Sussex Technical High School last week, I had the chance to watch some of our county’s most skilled students at work — preparing to become nurses, …