We enjoy a robust construction industry in our neck of the woods. Just look around you at any given time, and you can see new homes getting built, developments in different stages of their growth, and older homes being remodeled or put on the market. That keeps people working, and — if we ke…
American poet Maya Angelou held more than 50 honorary degrees, championed civil rights, worked with both Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr., and penned more stunningly beautiful words than the world around her really had a right to absorb, if we’re being completely honest. In totality, she…
I am Special Master for the Carver Consent Order, appointed November 2019 to oversee consent order implementation. Under the order, the district closed the Carver Center Program in June 2020 and established student supports in IRSD schools to serve the 19 students who remained when Carver wa…
Often, my patients have dealt with weight bias and are told that their weight gain is due to poor eating habits and lack of exercise and willpower.
Much of Delmarva was sent into a spiral of shock and anger on Sunday, April 25, when word came out that a Delmar police officer, Cpl. Keith Heacock, was gravely injured in an assault that reportedly took place as the officer responded to an early-morning domestic situation.
I had the pleasure of attending the groundbreaking ceremony for the development of the Western Sussex Business Park in Seaford. The park is located alongside of the Ross Mansion and Seaford Industrial Park and is the result of two governments reaching out for what is good for all of Western Sussex.
For many, the pandemic, quarantine, and general change in the way we collectively and individually live our respective lives over the past year-plus, will have lasting effects.
It is important to remember that the COVID-19 pandemic is not the only public health crisis afflicting our county, state and nation.
In the past year, so many things have been canceled that sometimes it’s hard to remember what “normal” life is like. It seems, now, we often just assume things that involve gathering together in confined spaces will be canceled (or at least postponed).
A proposal to build 200 apartments at the intersection of Railway and Old Mill Roads is eliciting a ton of pushback, as all new proposed housing projects in the area have done over the past few decades.