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Katie Compton's journey to the top of the cyclocross world

The Newark native has traveled the world as one of the most successful U.S. cyclocross athletes in history

A helping hand when it's needed most

Lori's Hands connects students and those living with chronic illness

The mobility movement

University of Delaware physical therapy professor Cole Galloway is providing new hope to traumatic brain injury survivors everywhere with his groundbreaking research and innovative techniques to help those with mobility issues

A new place to make a new start

The Recovery Response Center takes people in crisis and shows them a way forward

A philosophy of care

Senior Care of Newark serves the needs of its members, while comforting their families, who seek alternatives to elderly care

Editor's Picks Events: Memorial Day Fun and Beyond - May 21, 2015 Report

Go, see, do... in the surrounding area, with our editor's picks events.

NPD Announces Installation of Drug Collection Box

These collection boxes help rid communities of unwanted medication that otherwise may be abused or discarded in a way that could contaminate our water supply.

University of Delaware Alumna Returns to Sign Debut Novel at Hockessin Book Shelf

Long Hill Home is repeatedly described as a "page-turner," an "emotional read" and a "suspenseful" story by reviewers on Goodreads and Amazon.

Forty years of care

The Newark Emergency Center reached a milestone earlier this year, celebrating its 40th anniversary in the city of Newark. Officials say that 600,000 patients have received care at the Newark Emergency Center since it opened in 1973

A new weapon in the war against mosquitoes

Spring is here, and despite the snow-packed winter we've just endured, experts are warning that this is going to be a bad year for seasonal allergies, as well as another year of battling the mosquitoes that love Delaware's marshy coastline.