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7 hrs ago | The News Journal
Kate Dietz admitted she was nervous prior to her turn on the long runway. But Kate, 10, performed admirably as she walked her American Girl doll Caroline before 500 onlookers gathered Sunday afternoon inside the Riverfront Ballroom at the Chase Center, many of them also little fans of the popular dolls.
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The News Journal reports collector Dick Poole and his wife, Elisa, will have their works auctioned off Friday at the University of Delaware's Wilmington campus.
19 hrs ago | The News Journal
By April 15 most persons in the United States will file their income tax returns with the Department of Treasury.
23 hrs ago | The News Journal
Matheny, who won an Oscar for his short film "God of Love" in 2011, will bring his latest, "A Birder's Guide to Everything," to Theatre N March 28-30.
23 hrs ago | The News Journal
The Cumberland Farms convenience store chain is closing up shop in Delaware. The Massachusetts-based business has agreed to sell its 27 outlets in Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania to Virginia-based operator Petro Marketing Group.
In this photo provided by the Winterthur Musuem, costumes from the British television drama 'Downton Abbey' are displayed at the museum in Wilmington, Del.
The City of Wilmington spent $1,000 to cover abandoned buildings along Eighth Street along Pine Street.
Jennie Van knew she wanted to be an artist when she was a little girl, but she couldn't have known... Brandy Robertson, 13, says a prayer before eating while her grandmother Joyce Robertson gets items from the kitchen.
Abbie Clarke-Sather gets a turn learning how to use surveying equipment on Saturday in Tilton Park in the Cool Springs area of Wilmington.
Some residents of the Cool Springs neighborhood in west Wilmington would like to see a performance stage and better storm water drainage system added to Tilton Park.
This week on Unlocked, The Key got the full scoop on Counting Your Curses by Katie Frank & The Pheromones .
Police in Delaware say a 16-year-old is facing weapon's charges after he was seen by trying to conceal a very large handgun in his waistband.
A noose found hanging at a Millville construction site where two black men were employed prompted both to file a complaint with police.
When Damian Muzzi worked at his parents' restaurant, the customers would bring him their technical questions.
At the end of 2011, federal regulators slapped a shutdown order on Double Happyness, a private, super-low-cost bus line running from Wilmington to New York's Chinatown, for what they called "a management philosophy indifferent to motor carrier safety."
The lawyer named as a partner in an ethics complaint against Wilmington City Council President Theo Gregory says he doesn't have a Wilmington office and uses a mail drop as his address, but he has never been formally tied to Gregory's law firm.