Students Michael Wiciak and Miracle Olatunji (second and third from right) with Dual School leaders (from left) Paul McConnell, Zach Jones, Catherine Lindroth and Meghan Wallace. Photos by Jim Coarse & Joe del Tufo
Wilmington’s Dual School provides a nourishing environment for young innovators
The state Office of Volunteerism plays matchmaker for worthy causes and Delawareans who want to donate their time
A house at 925 N. Lombard St., one of the residential units to be marketed by the land bank. Photo Jim Coarse
Starting with 100 properties priced from $2,000 to $5,000, the Wilmington Land Bank is hoping to transform blocks, even neighborhoods, that have
Childcare is one of the many services provided by the Ministry of Caring and its founder, Brother Ronald. Photo by Moonloop Photography
Led by the indefatigable Brother Ronald Giannone, the Ministry of Caring has spearheaded dozens of charitable projects aimed at the under-served.
Oscar Compo leads high school vocal majors in "In The Beginning" from Children of Eden by Stephen Schwartz at the 25th Anniversary celebration of the Cab Calloway School of the Arts. Photo Joe del Tufo
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the Cab Calloway School of the Arts overcame a bumpy beginning to become, according to one parent, almost perfect
Opened in 2014, First State Montessori Academy is growing its enrollment, adding two grades, and finding its downtown location an advantage
The 'gym for innovators' at Fifth and Tatnall is a significant addition to the Creative District
With a bottom-up approach to public policy, what Young wants to do now amounts to turning “the Delaware Way” on its head. (Photo by William Moree)
After falling just short in his campaign for mayor, Eugene Young continues to advocate for social change through Network Delaware, a new
Meyer hopes to raise ethical standards and take a more holistic approach to fighting crime. (Photo by Joe del Tufo)
After unseating incumbent Tom Gordon, Matt Meyer now sits atop New Castle County government. Here he discusses his new job with Out & About.
The new mayor faces a lot of old problems in Wilmington. Here, Mike Purzycki tells Out & About how his administration will address them.