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Reduced: Painter’s Folly, the Home That Inspired Andrew Wyeth

Painter’s Folly, the Delaware County home that once belonged to artist Howard Pyle, has had its price reduced. You’ll recall from our original post on the […]

Property

Who Will Help Save This 19th-Century Home in Darby?

In what appears to be a case of survival of the fittest with a building preservation twist, one Darby resident has taken it upon himself […]

Foobooz

Margaret Kuo Celebrates 40th Anniversary of Chinese New Year Menu

Margaret Kuo is celebrating the Year of the Ram by offering a Chinese New Year dinner menu now through March 8th. This year marks the 40 […]

Property

On the Market: Secluded Tuscan-Style Treasure in Radnor Township

Whether you’ve enjoyed a stay or simply daydreamed of walking on the hills of Tuscany, this Radnor Township home helps that memory stay alive–almost as […]

City

Teens Now Banned from Delaware Tanning Salons

Teenagers can no longer use tanning beds in Delaware, thanks to a new law that went into effect yesterday. The bill, an amendment to the […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Delaware County Gets Newly Designated National Park

The Daily Times’ John Kopp reports First State National Historic Park in Delaware has received national park designation, meaning a section of the Woodlawn Trustees property, […]

City Life

Delaware County in Shock Over 14-Year-Old Boy’s Suicide

A heartbreaking end to a heartbreaking week in Philadelphia, with news that 14*-year-old Skyler Baffa of Broomall, Delaware County, committed suicide on Thursday.

Property

On the Market: A Fresh Start at This Newly Built Residence in Chadds Ford

The latest addition to Delaware County sits atop 4-plus acres of land. The home boasts mica stone and brick trim on its exterior, while inside […]

Foobooz

Where We’re Eating: The Upper Darby Coffee Shop

NEW You probably don’t have much reason to visit Upper Darby, but it continues to make me happy on the ethnic food front, from the […]

City Life

Sen. Carper on How to Handle Ebola

Senator Tom Carper is the most popular elected official in Delaware, according to a new poll. It is easy to see why, when he came […]

City Life

Ex-Worker Sues, Says He Awoke Post-Colonoscopy With Pink Panties On

A man in Delaware is suing a surgical center, alleging someone put pink panties on him after he had a colonoscopy. Andrew Walls, 32, sued […]

City

Look at This Enormous Fish Someone Caught in Delaware

From the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control comes this photo of a record-setting catch in the Delaware Bay. It’s the largest sheepshead […]

City

4-Year-Old Brings Heroin to Daycare, Passes It Out Like Candy

A mother is under arrest after her 4-year-old daughter brought heroin to her daycare and passed it out to her classmates, Delaware State Police say. Ashley […]

City

Delaware’s Annual Punkin Chunkin Canceled This Year

Punkin Chunkin, the annual Delaware event where teams compete to see how far they can launch pumpkins, has been canceled for 2014. The event — […]

City

Jewish Group Calls Joe Biden Comment Offensive

The Anti-Defamation League is criticizing Vice President Joe Biden for using the word “Shylocks” in a speech in Delaware. The portrayal of the character Shylock […]