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  • Hot air balloon festival returning to Sussex County in Sept.

    Hot air balloons will once again be flying high over Sussex County come September, with the return of the Hot Air Balloon Festival: Hot air balloon festival returning to Sussex County in Sept.

  • Freedom Boat Club Delaware partners with CMLF

    A pleasure boating club is expanding its operations at the Delaware beaches. The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is partnering with Freedom Boat Club Delaware to allow the club’s pleasure boats to dock at the Lewes Ferry Terminal Finger Pier . Freedom Boat Club Delaware partners with CMLF

  • New committee to take over Dover Days Festival

    A new era in Dover Days’ decades-old history is coming. A new group is taking over the annual festival. New committee to take over Dover Days Festival

  • Enlighten Me: Dover's own Hoochi Coochi

    The Dover-based band Hoochi Coochi has been playing rock and roll at venues across the Mid-Atlantic Region for the past few years. The quartet writes catchy pop songs with a positive message, walking the line between contemporary garage rock and more traditional funk and blues. And for this week’s Enlighten Me -three of the band’s

  • Freedom Seekers: The Odessa Story celebrating 10 years

    The Historic Odessa Foundation is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its educational program focused on the Underground Railroad. Freedom Seekers: The Odessa Story celebrating 10 years

  • Freedom Seekers: The Odessa Story celebrating 10 years

    The Historic Odessa Foundation is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its educational program focused on the Underground Railroad. Freedom Seekers: The Odessa Story celebrating 10 years

  • Blue Rocks roll out a talented roster in 2019 season

    Baseball returns the Wilmington Riverfront Thursday night. The Blue Rocks kick-off their 2019 season when they welcome the Salem Red Sox to Frawley Stadium. Blue Rocks roll out a talented roster in 2019 season

  • Executive Director leaves Lewes Historical Society

    The Lewes Historical Society (LHS) needs to find a new executive director. Executive Director leaves Lewes Historical Society

  • Executive Director leaves Lewes Historical Society

    The Lewes Historical Society (LHS) needs to find a new executive director. Executive Director leaves Lewes Historical Society

  • Diana Ross tops list of acts coming to the Freeman Stage this summer

    Some big name entertainers are coming to the Freeman Stage at Bayside this summer. Diana Ross tops list of acts coming to the Freeman Stage this summer

  • Final round of concerts unveiled for 2019 Delaware State Fair

    Delaware State Fair has rounded out the concert slate for its 100th anniversary this summer. Final round of concerts unveiled for 2019 Delaware State Fair

  • Final round of concerts unveiled for 2019 Delaware State Fair

    Delaware State Fair has rounded out the concert slate for its 100th anniversary this summer. Final round of concerts unveiled for 2019 Delaware State Fair

  • Final round of concerts unveiled for 2019 Delaware State Fair

    Delaware State Fair has rounded out the concert slate for its 100th anniversary this summer. Final round of concerts unveiled for 2019 Delaware State Fair

  • Rehoboth Beach Main Street initiates Rehoboth in Bloom

    Rehoboth Beach Main Street is hoping to duplicate an initiative that’s already had success in the City of Lewes. Rehoboth Beach Main Street initiates Rehoboth in Bloom

  • The story behind the 'Green Book"

    Last Sunday, the Oscar for Best Picture went to “Green Book.” The film is based on a true story about a working-class Italian-American man who gets a job as a chauffeur and bodyguard for a gay African-American pianist and drives him through the segregated South of the early 1960s. But the movie doesn’t delve much

  • Kalmar Nyckel Foundation to host LEGO Shipbuilding Day Saturday

    The Kalmar Nyckel Foundation (KNF) is offering a unique way to learn more about shipbuilding this weekend. Kalmar Nyckel Foundation to host LEGO Shipbuilding Day Saturday

  • NASCAR racing legend to visit Georgetown Speedway

    Bobby Allison is coming to Georgetown next month. Allison is set to serve as the Grand Marshal for the annual Melvin L. Joseph Memorial weekend at the Georgetown Speedway on March 15th and 16th NASCAR racing legend to visit Georgetown Speedway

  • Diocese of Wilmington completes 150th anniversary celebration with exhibit

    The Catholic Diocese of Wilmington takes a look back as it marks a major milestone anniversary. Diocese of Wilmington completes 150th anniversary celebration with exhibit

  • Southern Delaware Tourism looking for 2019 Photo Contest entries

    Southern Delaware Tourism’s 2019 Photo Contest is underway. Southern Delaware Tourism looking for 2019 Photo Contest entries

  • Punkin Chunkin looking for land to launch comeback

    The organizers of Punkin Chunkin are preparing to return from a two-year hiatus. And they would like to keep the event in Delaware. Punkin Chunkin looking for land to launch comeback

  • Enlighten Me: Wilmington Public Library adds 'swagger' to reading

    Delaware Public Media recently reported on renowned artist and children’s book author and illustrator Kadir Nelson’s work being on display at the Wilmington Library, and Nelson’s visit to meet with local students. In this week’s Enlighten Me, Delaware Public Media’s Sophia Schmidt talks to Nelson about engaging children and to the head of the Wilmington

  • Sugarland & Dan + Shay highlight acts to perform at 2019 Delaware State Fair

    Several Grammy-award winning artists will play the Delaware State Fair this summer. Sugarland & Dan + Shay highlight acts to perform at 2019 Delaware State Fair

  • Punkin Chunkin eyes 2019 return

    Delaware’s gourd launching competition is back. Punkin Chunkin announced on its website and in a Facebook post it plans to bring the event back to the First State this year after a two year hiatus. Punkin Chunkin eyes 2019 return

  • Healthy chocolate making highlights Valentine's event at Hagley Museum

    The Hagley Museum and Library hosts a Valentine’s Day event this weekend including, not surprisingly, chocolate. Healthy chocolate making highlights Valentine's event at Hagley Museum

  • First State joins the Super Bowl betting frenzy

    The Super Bowl is not just a big football game. It’s a huge event for sports gambling. Last year, a record $158 million-plus was legally bet on Super Bowl LII at Nevada sportsbooks. This year – Nevada is not alone. Delaware and other states are now legally allowed to offer a full menu of sports

  • Children can learn about City of Lewes' history at new Children's Discovery Center

    There’s a new venue in Lewes for kids to learn, and have some fun while doing so. Children can learn about City of Lewes' history at new Children's Discovery Center

  • Delaware Blue Coats open 76ers Fieldhouse

    The new 76ers Fieldhouse in South Wilmington hosted its opening game Wednesday . The Delaware Blue Coats lost to the Memphis Hustle — 110-106. Delaware Blue Coats open 76ers Fieldhouse

  • Hagley Museum to host Invention Convention this weekend

    Hagley Museum is taking a deeper dive into all things space this weekend, including why some astronauts say space smells like car exhaust. Hagley Museum to host Invention Convention this weekend

  • UD football star gets NFL Combine invite

    A University of Delaware stand-out will get a chance to show NFL teams what he can do. Defensive back Nasir Adderley received an invitation to next month’s NFL Combine. UD football star gets NFL Combine invite

  • New manager for Blue Rocks in 2019

    The Wilmington Blue Rocks have a new manager for the upcoming 2019 season. The Rocks announced Monday that Scott Thorman will guide the Kansas City Royals’ high-A affiliate this year. New manager for Blue Rocks in 2019

  • New manager for Blue Rocks in 2019

    The Wilmington Blue Rocks have a new manager for the upcoming 2019 season. The Rocks announced Monday that Scott Thorman will guide the Kansas City Royals’ high-A affiliate this year. New manager for Blue Rocks in 2019

  • Ex-Wesley College QB gets another chance in the NFL

    Former Wesley College quarterback Joe Callahan is getting another shot at playing in the NFL. Callahan signed a reserve/futures contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this week, putting him on their 90-man roster this offseason and for training camp in 2019. Ex-Wesley College QB gets another chance in the NFL

  • Wilmington hosts third annual Riverfront New Year's celebration

    The Riverfront Development Corporation is partnering with the City of Wilmington for a New Year’s Eve celebration on the city’s Riverfront Monday. Wilmington hosts third annual Riverfront New Year's celebration

  • Second day of Slam Dunk tourney sees a near upset

    Day two of the 2017 Slam Dunk to the Beach tournament in Lewes saw one of the nation’s top-ranked teams get a scare. New Jersey’s Roselle Catholic High School, ranked 12 th in the USA Today boys’ national Top 25, fended off Maryland’s Eleanor Roosevelt high school 76-72 Friday afternoon. Roselle Catholic plays Delaware’s 4

  • Caesar Rodney notches OT win to open Slam Dunk tourney

    The 2018 Slam Dunk to the Beach tournament opened Thursday in Lewes with a nail biter between two of Delaware’s top boys’ high school hoop teams. Caesar Rodney notches OT win to open Slam Dunk tourney

  • First State museums court holiday season visitors

    The holiday season brings some welcome downtime for many people. And the state of Delaware is reminding people it has some options for how to spend that time. First State museums court holiday season visitors

  • First State museums court holiday season visitors

    The holiday season brings some welcome downtime for many people. And the state of Delaware is reminding people it has some options for how to spend that time. First State museums court holiday season visitors

  • 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington will open later than planned

    Fans looking forward to seeing games at the new 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington will have to wait a little longer. The Sixers’ minor league team, the Delaware Blue Coats, and the Buccini/Pollin Group announced the facility will not be ready for its first schedued game January 4 th . 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington will open

  • 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington will open later than planned

    Fans looking forward to seeing games at the new 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington will have to wait a little longer. The Sixers’ minor league team, the Delaware Blue Coats, and the Buccini/Pollin Group announced the facility will not be ready for its first schedued game January 4 th . 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington will open

  • NCCo libraries offer "Food for Fines" amnesty through this weekend

    If you’re a library patron in New Castle County and you have overdue items, you have a few days to receive library fine forgiveness. NCCo libraries offer "Food for Fines" amnesty through this weekend

  • NCCo libraries offer "Food for Fines" amnesty through this weekend

    If you’re a library patron in New Castle County and you have overdue items, you have a few days to receive library fine forgiveness. NCCo libraries offer "Food for Fines" amnesty through this weekend

  • NCCo libraries offer "Food for Fines" amnesty through this weekend

    If you’re a library patron in New Castle County and you have overdue items, you have a few days to receive library fine forgiveness. NCCo libraries offer "Food for Fines" amnesty through this weekend

  • Firefly Festival unveils 2019 line-up

    Hip-hop will take center stage again at the Firefly Music Festival in 2019. For a second straight year, rap acts will headline two nights at the Woodlands in Dover when Firefly returns June 21 through 23. Firefly Festival unveils 2019 line-up

  • Delaware to preserve Revoluntionary War battle site

    The First State now owns the land where the only Revolutionary War battle in Delaware was fought. Delaware to preserve Revoluntionary War battle site

  • Enlighten Me: Bill Church and the Archmere pipe organ

    How do you want to spend your retirement? Travelling? Playing golf? How about restoring pipe organs? That’s what Bill Church is doing after a career that included creating Brown and Church, the iconic menswear line known for classic ties. And his pet project is bringing a pipe organ back to Archmere Academy, which saw its

  • AGT winner, ventriloquist Darci Lynne set to perform at 2019 Delaware State Fair

    The Delaware State Fair is gearing up for its Centennial Celebration in July 2019. AGT winner, ventriloquist Darci Lynne set to perform at 2019 Delaware State Fair

  • State's oldest African American-owned funeral home gets historical marker

    Wilmington City officials dedicated a state historical marker Tuesday for the Bell Funeral Home on the city’s East Side. State's oldest African American-owned funeral home gets historical marker

  • Blue Hens face JMU in NCAA playoffs Saturday

    The University of Delaware football team hopes to make a big splash in its first post-season game since 2010. The Blue Hens tangle with their Colonial Athletic Association rival James Madison in the opening round of the NCAA FCS playoffs. Blue Hens face JMU in NCAA playoffs Saturday

  • Blue Hens face JMU in NCAA playoffs Saturday

    The University of Delaware football team hopes to make a big splash in its first post-season game since 2010. The Blue Hens tangle with their Colonial Athletic Association rival James Madison in the opening round of the NCAA FCS playoffs. Blue Hens face JMU in NCAA playoffs Saturday

  • State parks, Brandywine Zoo free for Black Friday

    The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is offering an opportunity for Delawareans to escape the clamor of Black Friday shopping. State parks, Brandywine Zoo free for Black Friday

  • Blue Hens return to NCAA football playoffs

    The University of Delaware football team is finally returning to post-season play. The Blue Hens earned their first bid to the NCAA FCS playoffs since 2010 Sunday, despite losing their final two regular season games. Blue Hens return to NCAA football playoffs

  • Enlighten Me: Remembering Delaware’s “Father of Lager Beer”

    If I asked you who Christian Krauch was, chances are few of you would identify him as a brewing pioneer known as Delaware’s “Father of Lager Beer.” The recently opened Wilmington Brew Works brewery is trying to rectify that. It’s teamed up with Krauch’s descendents and others to help $2,700 for a memorial to be

  • Firefly announces shorter 2019 festival

    Fans of the annual Firefly Music Festival will have a little less time to enjoy the event in 2019. Organizers have announced next year’s festival dates. It will run three days, June 21- 23, at the Woodlands in Dover. Firefly announces shorter 2019 festival

  • Delaware dedicates new Women's Military Service monument this weekend

    A new monument honoring Delaware women who have served in the military or in support of military efforts will be unveiled this weekend in Dover. Delaware dedicates new Women's Military Service monument this weekend

  • Delaware dedicates new Women's Military Service monument this weekend

    A new monument honoring Delaware women who have served in the military or in support of military efforts will be unveiled this weekend in Dover. Delaware dedicates new Women's Military Service monument this weekend

  • Restored Rockwood Museum Conservatory reopens

    A portion of New Castle County’s historic Rockwood Manison is reopening after undergoing significant rehabilitation. The public can once again tour the mansion’s conservatory. Museum officials believe it to be the oldest conservatory attached to a house in the nation. Restored Rockwood Museum Conservatory reopens

  • Restored Rockwood Museum Conservatory reopens

    A portion of New Castle County’s historic Rockwood Mansion is reopening after undergoing significant rehabilitation. The public can once again tour the mansion’s conservatory. Museum officials believe it to be the oldest conservatory attached to a house in the nation. Restored Rockwood Museum Conservatory reopens

  • USS Delaware christening ceremony is this weekend

    The USS Delaware, a Virginia-class, nuclear-powered fast attack submarine will be christened on Saturday. USS Delaware christening ceremony is this weekend

  • MegaMillions, Powerball jackpots close in on $1 billion mark

    Lottery players in Delaware and across the country can play for nearly $1 billion in jackpots this week No one claimed the top prizes in MegaMillions or Powerball over the weekend, pushing their combined worth to $999 million. MegaMillions, Powerball jackpots close in on billion mark

  • Elliott reverses fortunes in Dover for playoff victory

    Chase Elliott is the winner of NASCAR’s fall race in Dover. Elliott took the checkered flag in yesterday’s Monster Energy Series “Gander Outdoors 400” at Dover International Speedway. Elliott reverses fortunes in Dover for playoff victory

  • NASCAR playoffs continue Sunday in Dover

    NASCAR’s Monster Energy Series “Gander Outdoors 400” is on-tap Sunday at Dover International Speedway. It’s the first race in the NASCAR Championship Playoffs Round of 12. NASCAR playoffs continue Sunday in Dover

  • NASCAR qualifying rained out in Dover

    Mother Nature put a damper on the start of NASCAR’s fall race weekend in Dover. NASCAR qualifying rained out in Dover

  • Sports betting available at the track for NASCAR weekend

    Race fans will be able to place bets at the track during this weekend’s NASCAR tripleheader at Dover Downs Racetrack. Sports betting available at the track for NASCAR weekend

  • Sports betting available at the track for NASCAR weekend

    Race fans will be able to place bets at the track during this weekend’s NASCAR tripleheader at Dover Downs Racetrack. Sports betting available at the track for NASCAR weekend

  • Inaugural LGBTQ youth pride festival planned for New Castle County

    A new LGBTQ festival debuts Sunday in New Castle. Inaugural LGBTQ youth pride festival planned for New Castle County

  • 302GunsDown sponsors Peace Week celebration

    Delaware’s celebration of Peace Week continues through this weekend. 302GunsDown is the primary sponsor of the “Bringing It Back to Peace” celebration in Wilmington Saturday. Jea Street Jr. is with 302GunsDown, and calls the event Peace Week’s “grand finale.” “The overall feeling that we want people to walk away with is the feeling of encouragement

  • 302GunsDown sponsors Peace Week celebration

    Delaware’s celebration of Peace Week continues through this weekend. 302GunsDown is the primary sponsor of the “Bringing It Back to Peace” celebration in Wilmington Saturday. Jea Street Jr. is with 302GunsDown, and calls the event Peace Week’s “grand finale.” “The overall feeling that we want people to walk away with is the feeling of encouragement

  • 302GunsDown sponsors Peace Week celebration

    Delaware’s celebration of Peace Week continues through this weekend. 302GunsDown is the primary sponsor of the “Bringing It Back to Peace” celebration in Wilmington Saturday. Jea Street Jr. is with 302GunsDown, and calls the event Peace Week’s “grand finale.” “The overall feeling that we want people to walk away with is the feeling of encouragement

  • Special Olympics USA Training Camp at UD next week

    The Special Olympics USA Training Camp gets underway Monday at the University of Delaware in Newark. Special Olympics USA Training Camp at UD next week

  • Special Olympics USA Training Camp at UD next week

    The Special Olympics USA Training Camp gets underway Monday at the University of Delaware in Newark. Special Olympics USA Training Camp at UD next week

  • Special Olympics USA Training Camp at UD next week

    The Special Olympics USA Training Camp gets underway Monday at the University of Delaware in Newark. Special Olympics USA Training Camp at UD next week

  • Blue Rocks to stay with Royals organization

    The Wilmington Blue rocks will remain a minor league affiliate of the Kansas City Royals. The Rocks and Royals announced they’ve signed a two-year extension to their Player Development Contract, keeping it intact through 2020. Blue Rocks to stay with Royals organization

  • Gono earns NFL roster spot

    When the Eagles and Atlanta Falcons open the new NFL season Thursday night, a former Wesley College player will be on the field. Gono earns NFL roster spot

  • New DSU coach debuts in 2018 football opener

    Delaware State University kicks-off its 2018 football season Saturday when the Hornets visit the University of Buffalo. The game marks the debut of new head coach Rod Milstead. New DSU coach debuts in 2018 football opener

  • UD kicks-off 2018 football season

    The University of Delaware gets its 2018 season underway Thursday night, welcoming Rhode Island to Newark. UD kicks-off 2018 football season

  • Delaware Forest Service announces lottery system for turkey hunting permits

    The Delaware Forest Service is, for first time, issuing turkey hunting permits through a seperate lottery. Delaware Forest Service announces lottery system for turkey hunting permits

  • Delaware Historical Society hosts August Quarterly interfaith discussion

    The week-long August Quarterly starts Sunday in Wilmington. The Delaware Historical Society kicks it off Saturday with a panel discussion on interfaith traditions and the Black Church. Delaware Historical Society hosts August Quarterly interfaith discussion

  • Fort Delaware State Park hosts POW weekend

    Fort Delaware State Park in Delaware City is hosting an annual prisoner of war living history events this weekend. Fort Delaware State Park hosts POW weekend

  • Old New Castle Sheriff's House to become office space, park visitor center

    The First State National Historical Park is moving toward turning what was once the state’s first county jail into a park office and visitor center. Old New Castle Sheriff's House to become office space, park visitor center

  • Old New Castle Sheriff's House to become office space, park visitor center

    The First State National Historical Park is moving toward turning what was once the state’s first county jail into a park office and visitor center. Old New Castle Sheriff's House to become office space, park visitor center

  • Why don't people give up when they're failing? UD study asks

    Research from the University of Delaware shows people have a tendency to stay committed to their investments even when they’re bad ones. Why don't people give up when they're failing? UD study asks

  • 24th People's Festival free for first time

    The annual tribute to reggae legend Bob Marley, the People’s Festival, holds its 24th concert this Saturday in Wilmington. It will be free for the first time this year, thanks in part to a new partnership with Live Nation, says festival co-founder Genny Pitts. 24th People's Festival free for first time

  • Hagley Museum launches online Brandywine Valley Oral History Collection

    Delawareans now have a way to travel back and get a taste of the First State’s past from those who lived in the Brandywine Valley throughout the late 19th Century and early 20th Century. Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele spoke with Roger Horowitz, director of the Center for the History of Business Technology and Society

  • Hagley Museum launches online Brandywine Valley Oral History Collection

    Delawareans now have a way to travel back and get a taste of the First State’s past from those who lived in the Brandywine Valley throughout the late 19th Century and early 20th Century. Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele spoke with Roger Horowitz, director of the Center for the History of Business Technology and Society

  • Historic picnic pavilion at Redden State Forest re-opens; safer for community use

    A historic picnic pavilion at Redden State Forest is once again open to the public. Historic picnic pavilion at Redden State Forest re-opens; safer for community use

  • 2018 Delaware State Fair starts Thursday; Hunger Relief Day is Mon., July 23

    The 2018 Delaware State Fair kicks off in Harrington this Thursday. And you can get in for free during “Food Lion Feeds Hunger Relief Day” Monday, July 23rd. 2018 Delaware State Fair starts Thursday; Hunger Relief Day is Mon., July 23

  • Lenape tribe seeks remediation for site of historic schoolhouse

    The Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware is working with the EPA and DNREC to clean up a state-owned parcel with historical significance. Lenape tribe seeks remediation for site of historic schoolhouse

  • Dover's Madison Brengle ousted at Wimbledon

    Dover’s Madison Brengle failed in her bid to reach the third round at Wimbledon for a second straight year. Dover's Madison Brengle ousted at Wimbledon

  • Delawareans can set off some fireworks this 4th of July

    Delawareans are enjoying some legal fireworks this Fourth of July for the first time since the complete ban on them was lifted. Delawareans can set off some fireworks this 4th of July

  • Team Delaware heads to Seattle for Special Olympics USA Games

    Team Delaware is heading to Seattle Saturday for the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games. Team Delaware heads to Seattle for Special Olympics USA Games

  • Rally to Keep Families Together planned for Dover

    Several local immigrant rights organizations plan to rally this Saturday at Legislative Hall in Dover, in solidarity with family separation protests across the country. Rally to Keep Families Together planned for Dover

  • Cape May-Lewes Ferry offers chances to see July 4th fireworks

    4th of July is one week away and many of you are planning on where you’ll be watching fireworks this year. The Cape May-Lewes Ferry may be an option. Cape May-Lewes Ferry offers chances to see July 4th fireworks

  • Kalmar Nyckel unable to visit Lewes this summer

    If you want to take a ride on Delaware’s Tall Ship, the Kalmar Nyckel, you’re going to have to travel to New Castle County this summer. Kalmar Nyckel unable to visit Lewes this summer

  • Delawareans observe Juneteenth

    Wilmington’s Christian Love Worship Cathedral observes Juneteenth tonight. The holiday, which is celebrated across the country, commemorates the day the last slaves in the US were freed in Galveston, Texas on June 19th, 1865. Delawareans observe Juneteenth

  • Warm, sunny weather greets fans as Firefly kicks off

    The 2018 Firefly Music Festival is underway. Tens of thousands are pouring into Dover and setting up camp to see artists like The Killers, Kendrick Lamar and Arctic Monkeys. Warm, sunny weather greets fans as Firefly kicks off

  • Wilmington celebrates Pride Month; local advocate says it's a big step

    June is LGBTQ Pride Month nationally, and this year, it’ll officially be Pride Month in the City of Wilmington too. Wilmington celebrates Pride Month; local advocate says it's a big step

  • Special Olympics Delaware holds its 48th annual Summer Games

    Special Olympics Delaware hosts its Summer Games at the University of Delaware’s Athletic Complex this week. Special Olympics Delaware holds its 48th annual Summer Games

  • Delaware Public Archives presents program on DuPont & the Civil War

    Delaware Public Archives is offering a chance to learn more about the DuPont Company’s role in the Civil War Saturday. Delaware Public Archives presents program on DuPont & the Civil War

  • 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