More places in the Wilmington area are specializing in the savory, slow-cooked food
The Cocks – (L-R) Phil Young, Pete Romano and Mark Stallard– perform on the stage they built at the Jackson Inn. Photo by Matt Urban
The Jackson Inn was nearly sold. Then a local band stepped in to add a feature that has given it new life.
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Showing off the Blue Coats logo are, from left, team President Larry Meli, General Manager Elton Brand, Chris Heck, 76ers president of Business Operations, and Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki. Photo courtesy of The Wilmington Blue Coats
The 76ers’ G League basketball team speeds toward Wilmington debut
Craig Wensell (second from left) and his Wilmington Brew Works team (L-R): Keith Hughes, John Fusco, Dan Yopp and Derek Berkeley. Photo Joe del Tufo
The city’s first brewery since 1954 opens in a neglected part of town
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The new congresswoman at last year's Christmas parade, riding with her father (left), who she says, "was a great influence on the campaign trail." (Photo by Joe del Tufo)
A Padua education helped Lisa Blunt Rochester become the first woman and the first African-American to represent Delaware in Congress
Two new establishments are bringing an Old World beverage—mead—to today’s market.
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