Friday, October 2, 2009

Auto Show begins today

The third annual Delaware Auto Show opened its doors to car enthusiasts today. Check it out.

Biking for a cure

Gov. Jack Markell announced the schedule for his fourth annual Tour de Delaware bike trek Thursday, which will take him and two dozen fellow cyclists the length of the state and will support efforts to fight multiple sclerosis. See more.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Woman struck, killed in Christiana

A woman pedestrian was killed this morning in Christiana after being struck

by a sport-utility vehicle. Go to the scene.

Fire damages vacant house

Wilm. firefighters attacked a blaze Wed. night that heavily damaged a vacant

house in the 1000 block of Lombard St. Watch firefighters battle the blaze.

Winterthur to take a winter break

To save money, Winterthur Country Estate and Museum for the first time will close for five weeks starting Jan. 31. Find out more.

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Local soccer team on Disney

A film crew for the Disney Channel visited one area soccer team in Delaware today for a segment to be aired on cable television. Check it out.

Appeal unlikely after court rules again

The state said Tuesday it probably won't contest a ruling that apparently

struck a fatal blow to Delaware's dreams for expansive sports betting. Find out more.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Cars targeted in Brandywine Hundred

Thieves hit more than 60 cars Sunday and Monday at assisted-living and
apartment complexes in Brandywine Hundred.
Learn more.

Truck collides with vehicles, building

One man was injured when an SUV and a pickup collided in Glasgow Monday
morning. The pickup then struck two parked vehicles before causing
significant damage to an auto body shop.
Go to the scene.

Showers knock out power

A rain shower that came through Delaware left 10,000 people in the
Wilmington area without power for a few hours Monday night.
Find out more.

Monday, September 28, 2009

Guard airmen depart for Afghanistan

20 airmen from the Del. Air National Guard boarded a C-130 plane of the

166th Airlift Wing on Sunday bound for Afghanistan. Learn more.

Jackson: Evil exists in Delaware, too

Don't let Delaware's size fool you -- in the Rev. Jesse Jackson's mind,

there's enough corporate evil here to go around. Check it out.

A big ribbon for AIDS Walk

To set the world record for the longest "awareness ribbon," it's obvious you

need a lot of cloth, along with a dedicated seamstress and enough people to hoist all 258 floppy feet up and into a passable facsimile of an HIV/AIDS ribbon. See the ribbon.


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