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Send the Kids to Camp This Summer - Register Now

A full synopsis of city parks and recreation programs for kids this summer.

Teens to Build Their First Robots This Month

Upcoming events at the Newark Free Library this month.

Get ready for some baseball on June 4

Fifth annual event will feature local sports teams, area businesses, and residents

The boys of summer (of 1864)

The Diamond State Base Ball Club has brought back vintage base ball to Delaware, playing the game by 19th century rules

Editor's Picks Events: Easter Egg Hunt, Dine Out for Conservation, and More - March 26 Report

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

Ralph Keeler's kid

In his ten years as head football coach at the University of Delaware, K.C. Keeler has led the Blue Hens to a national championship and continued a legacy of success. He counts many people among his influences, but there was one he treasured above everyone else

Team dreams

The Delaware 87ers, the developmental team for the Philadelphia 76ers, are about to bring professional basketball to the First State. Game on...

Over the water and through the trees

Since it premiered at Lums Pond a few months ago, the Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course has allowed local residents to experience what it's like to suspend gravity. One writer shares his own flight.

Newark becomes a destination for skaters

Skate spots open in two parks, with more on the way

Delaware Dance Company presents its 30th 'The Nutcracker' this year

When the Delaware Dance Company presents its 30th annual production of “The Nutcracker" in December, Sunshine Latshaw will have plenty of fond memories to reminisce about.