Black Girl Power, Celebrity Speakers, and Empowerment Lead Minority Teen Girls to Apply for...

Comradery, a safe haven to share, celebrity speakers, and black girl empowerment are the reasons why each year hundreds of young minority girls vie for one of 50 spots in the At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy.

There’s one chance Wilmington will keep its book shop

A group of investors – writers, artists and a professor from the University of Delaware’s satellite city campus –hopes to find money and a manager so it can reopen the store in the coming months. The group is the last of about 18 prospective buyers who showed interest in taking over last July when the owners announced plans to retire by this month.

Wilmington seeks proposals for historic former fire station No. 5

A historic former Wilmington fire station is on the market with the goal of finding a use for the building that fits in with the neighborhood. The station at 1814 Gilpin Avenue has not been active since 2013, when the city opened a new station No. 5 on Dupont Street as part of the Wilmington Housing Authority’s Lincoln Tower housing complex.

Wilmington Skate Park: A 20 Year Dream in Limbo

From the exploits of Tony Hawk, to the buffoonish chicanery Johnny Knoxville & the Jackass crew, Skating has had a profound stake in urban culture. With hubs like the BQE Lot in Brooklyn or LOVE Park In Philly, Skating has long been a part of urban life & A Social Hub of community for Cities around the world. But Wilmington, Wilmington Doesn’t have one.

Mayors Office Releases Thanksgiving Parking Schedule (PDF)

Wilmington City government offices will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24, 2017, for the City’s observance of the Thanksgiving Day Holiday. As a result, the Department of Public Works’ Sanitation Division will collect trash and recyclables on a modified holiday schedule.

50’s Years of “Where Everybody Knows Your Name”

Almost all of us remember Cheers and the concept of a local establishment where you feel like an individual introduced by the iconic sitcom....

WCC Exchange – The Final Days

The final days of the cultural exchange were filled with many emotions – joy, anticipation, determination, and a little bit of sadness. As the choristers...

WCC Exchange Day 7: Beach Mania

What’s a summer without a trip to Delaware’s beaches? The choristers of the WCC and the orchestra members of the Kammerorchester spent the day...

WCC Exchange Day 5: “Simul Melius”, “Better Together”

The participants of the cultural exchange had an early start on Tuesday, as they headed out to Washington, D.C. It was the beginning of...

WCC Exchange Day 3 & 4: Adventure Dayz

Sunday brought a day of activities and family fun. The host families spent the day bonding with their guests from Fulda, Germany. Some toured Philadelphia,...

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