• Wesley College names new head football coach

    Wesley College has announced its new head football coach. Offensive Coordinator and Associate Head Coach Chip Knapp has been promoted to replace the late Mike Drass – who died unexpectedly two weeks ago. Wesley College names new head football coach

  • UD Symphony Orchestra heads to China for concert tour

    The UD Symphony Orchestra heads to China this week for a concert tour. The 90 member orchestra will spend 12 days in China playing halls of Beijing, XiAn, WuXi and Shanghai. UD Symphony Orchestra heads to China for concert tour

  • Lenape community in Cheswold plans memorial weekend celebration

    The Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware and the Immanuel Union United Methodist Church are hosting a celebration of community history and identity Sunday at the Fork Branch cemetery in Cheswold. Lenape community in Cheswold plans memorial weekend celebration

  • Lenape community in Cheswold plans memorial weekend celebration

    The Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware and the Immanuel Union United Methodist Church are hosting a celebration of community history and identity Sunday at the Fork Branch cemetery in Cheswold. Lenape community in Cheswold plans memorial weekend celebration

  • Wilmington, DE Shooting Crimes Down 62% From 2017

    We often refer to DelawareOnline’s Crime section and noticed something quite astounding on the statistics page today. Shootings crimes this year, compared to last year, appear to have fallen drastically! Take a look at this screenshot from DelawareOnline. We are trusting this is the most accurate source of crime in Wilmington and believe it be

  • Memorial services for Wesley College's Mike Drass announced

    Memorial services for long-time Wesley College football coach Mike Drass will be this weekend. Drass, who led the Wolverine program for 25 years, died Monday at the age of 57. Memorial services for Wesley College's Mike Drass announced

  • Delaware Symphony Orchestra to present Mahler Symphony No. 7

    The Delaware Symphony Orchestra wraps up its 2017-2018 Classics Series with Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 7 this Friday. Delaware Symphony Orchestra to present Mahler Symphony No. 7

  • Wesley College football coach Mike Drass dies

    Wesley College is mourning the loss of its long-time football coach and Athletic Director. Mike Drass died Monday at the age of 57. Wesley College football coach Mike Drass dies

  • Arts Playlist: New Delaware College of Art & Design president

    Delaware College of Art and Design will have a new president starting August 1st. Jean Dahlgren was recently hired from a pool of more than 40 applicants identified during a nationwide search. Arts Playlist: New Delaware College of Art & Design president

  • Artwork wanted for "Paint the Tank," an Eco-Art Contest

    Delmarva Power is looking to give a New Castle County high school student’s artwork a unique opportunity to be seen publicly – and prominently. Artwork wanted for "Paint the Tank," an Eco-Art Contest

  • Harvick takes "AAA 400 Drive for Autism" in Dover

    Kevin Harvick put another notch in the win column this year with his victory in Dover Sunday. Harvick earned his fourth Monster Energy NASCAR Cup series win this season, taking the checkered flag in the AAA 400 Drive for Autism at Dover International Speedway. Harvick takes "AAA 400 Drive for Autism" in Dover

  • Dupont Clifford Brown Jazz Festival preps for 30th anniversary

    The East Coast’s largest free Jazz fest will feature R&B singer-songwriter Brian McKnight, Cuban Jazz icon Arturo Sandoval, Wilmington natives Ernie Watts and Sara Lazarus, and more. Dupont Clifford Brown Jazz Festival preps for 30th anniversary

  • Delaware Public Archives features "behind the scenes" tour during Dover Days Festival

    Delaware Public Archives is featuring a “behind the scenes” tour of the facility during the Dover Days Festival Saturday, May 5. Delaware Public Archives features "behind the scenes" tour during Dover Days Festival

  • Arts Playlist: "As Precious as Gold" – A history of Tea Caddies

    A tea caddy collection built over two generations and spanning the period from 1700 to the present day, is now on display at the Historic Houses of Odessa. Marnie Bramble of Chestertown , Maryland started the collection, which includes over 400 pieces, more than a half century ago and got her youngest son Mark hooked

  • Dover welcomes its NASCAR spring race weekend

    NASCAR is pulling into town early for its first visit of the year to the First State. The spring race weekend at Dover International Speedway has moved up a month from early June to early May – and gets underway in earnest Friday. Dover welcomes its NASCAR spring race weekend

  • Hagley to host screening of Hedy Lamarr film

    Hedy Lamarr may best be known for her starring roles in Hollywood films of the 1930s and 40s, but her legacy reaches far beyond the film industry. Hagley Museum and Library explores Lamarr’s fascinating life Thursday during a free screening of the film “ Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story .” Hagley to host screening of