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I read your recent editorial titled, "Solutions, not panic, best answer to violence."
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Should America ever negotiate with terrorists?
An increase in Delaware's minimum wage to $8.25 per hour appears headed on a fast track for approval just months after Democratic state lawmakers tied the legislation up in committee at the behest of business groups.
Remember all that excitement about Soundgarden's Chris Cornell performing at The Grand in Wilmington? Oh, never mind.
After 14 years, Nzinga's Cultural Connection in downtown Wilmington is moving. The apparel and accessories store at 827 N. Market St. will When the Flyers take the ice against Montreal Thurdsday night, they will have a new face in the lineup.
Blasting at the I-95/U.S. 202 interchange north of Wilmington will force short traffic stoppages this afternoon, DelDOT says.
When real estate developer Verino Pettinaro forked out $1.2 million in cash in 1986 to buy 86-acres on the Wilmington Riverfront, he believed the waterfront land was "too nice a property to let sit there."
The critically acclaimed international dance production, BALLROOM WITH A TWIST 2, is coming to Wilmington, Delaware at the DuPont Theatre from January 12-16, 2014 for eight performances only.
The tragedy is that neither have any power to stop crime. They can arrest everyone whoever thought of a crime but criminals will be released before the ink is dry.
A judge kept the Fisker Automotive bankruptcy case on a quick pace Tuesday, reaffirming a schedule that could start the embattled automaker into its next phase of life by the first days of January.
WILMINGTON, Del. -- Hoarding isn't just about accumulating piles of stuff most of us would throw away.
There's just a whole lotta tree trimming, gift buying, eggnog drinking and general fa la la-ing going on, especially in this year's short holiday season.
The Delaware Museum of Natural History's annual Dino Days will feature new highlights, including free-flight, live bird shows each day.
Government workers and students in the DC area were told to stay home Tuesday as the region braced for another round of snow just a few days after some parts already got several inches.