Delaware State Representative Kim Williams continues to astound me during the 148th General Assembly, and we aren’t even two months into it! She has introduced several education bills, is the Vice Chair of the House Education Committee, and she is very active in education. 180 more words
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I’d often had to remember and write down this particular date—3/3/80. When I awoke this morning, I recognized that it was the 3rd of March, a day that has special meaning to me personally, because it was on this day 35 years ago that I first stepped into a new position at the… 321 more words
Charter School of Wilmington’s Henry Rogatz (right) hugs Concord’s Gerasimos Veneris after the 200 yard freestyle championship final at the state boys swimming championships at the University of Delaware. 1,820 more words
Charter’s Caitlyn Blake (facing camera) hugs Cape Henlopen’s Molly Weeks after Blake swam the anchor leg for first place finisher Charter in the 200 yard freestyle relay in the DIAA swimming and diving championships Saturday at the University of Delaware’s Rawstrom Natatorium. 1,319 more words
When Mother Nature decided to jam Delaware’s two state wrestling tournaments together, it posed a dilemma for coaches of the state’s top teams.
With the DIAA Dual Meet Wrestling Championships pushed back a week due to snow last Tuesday, many wrestlers will need to remain at their peak through three major events in nine days. 879 more words
Delivering a welcome offseason lift to Delaware’s resorts, the Slam Dunk to the Beach high school basketball tournament contributed more than $1 million to the local economy over three days in December, according to a new report commissioned by the event’s organizer, the Delaware Sports Commission. 623 more words