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Univesity of Delaware Student Charged with Pot-Laced Goodies Business

A University of Delaware student is facing multiple drug charges after being accused of manufacturing and selling food laced with marijuana, including treats that bear […]


Michael Nutter to Stump for Hillary Clinton in Wilmington

“When I support a candidate, I fully support that candidate,” said former Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter back in 2008 while standing by his endorsement of Hillary Clinton in spite […]

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Mummers String Band Launches GoFundMe for New Home

It’s been years since the Overbrook String Band has had a permanent home, but the historic Mummers group is trying to change that with a […]

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Hidden Camera Discovered in Women’s Bathroom of Delaware Restaurant

Delaware State Police say a digital camera was found in the bathroom of restaurant — and was positioned in such a way that it could have […]


Stop Everything: You Can Get Furs at Half Price This Weekend

If you prefer real furs over faux, there’s a major sale happening today through Saturday that you need to check out (because, as connossieurs know, furs at […]

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In Delaware, People Pay Big Bucks for Low-Digit License Plates. Here’s Why.

Delaware residents have an odd obsession with license plate numbers. The lower the plate number the more valuable a plate is considered to be. Residents are willing to […]

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Delco D.A.: Chester Shooting Justified, Suspect Pointed Gun at Cops

DA Jack Whelan says man killed by police in Chester waved a loaded gun at police. 6 officers fired shots. — Laura Benshoff (@LEBenshoff) […]

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Delaware Police Officer Acquitted in Shocking Videotaped Kicking

A jury has acquitted a Dover, Delaware, police officer accused of kicking a black suspect in the face — even though the suspect appeared to […]

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Firefly Music Festival Announces 2016 Lineup

I know the last thing you’re thinking about right now is next spring, but Dover, Delaware’s insanely popular Firefly Music Festival dropped some news today that […]


Main Line Monday: Furness-Designed “Lynhurst” Going For $3.1 Million

Gosh, what a time to be alive. Originally part of the historic Knollbrook estate, Lynhurst was a three-year construction built at the behest of attorney I. […]


Just a Little Peek: Inside Delaware’s (Royally-Tied) Rockspring Estate

Well, this obviously trumps that time my friends and I found a wad of old bills hidden in the rafters of my basement closet. See, Francesca […]


Today at Iron Hill Media: Doc Brown Ale

On Wednesday, October 21, Iron Hill Media (30 East State Street) will celebrate Back to the Future Day with a special beer release. Head Brewer […]


Main Line Monday: The Wallace Residence Listed For $1.089 Million

In commissioning his architecture firm to design him a personal home in Bryn Mawr, Philadelphia native Brenton G. Wallace made way for an Italian-influenced residence with just enough […]

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University of Delaware “Nooses” Turn Out to Be Lantern Remnants

Oops: NOT NOOSES? U of Delaware says items found hanging from tree were remnants of paper lanterns. — Eyewitness News (@ABC7NY) September 23, […]


Main Line Monday: $1.8 Million Dollar Manse in Newtown Square

We’ve come to expect homes like this to exceed our smart home technology standards and recreation space expectations, but this Newtown Square home surprised us as it has […]