Delaware Independent

A farewell: The end for the Delaware Independent

Almost a year ago, the Delaware Independent launched with a

Don't overlook this slice of Sussex: The Delaware Botanic Gardens

By Michael Short Every morning, the goldfinches and bluebirds come

Nanticoke tribe seeks to revive its lost language

By Michael Short The Nanticoke Nation is an integral part

Tiny homes: With average houses too pricey, some want to try shrinking them

Minimal. Like one-word ledes, the tiny home movement aims to

Overwhelmed families have an advocate in this organization

The Parent Information Center of Delaware helps navigate education and health care concerns.

Seaford grad plays a role in stunning telescope photos; other local news

In this week's newsletter: A downstate native makes an impact at NASA, a meadery is coming to downtown Seaford, and other local events and happenings.

Housing crisis: Why are so few developers building affordable homes?

The critical shortage of affordable housing in southern Delaware prompts

This was a tough year for teachers and students, as behavior issues increased

Veteran middle school teacher Giffin Bowen has learned ways to

Fishing tourney targets invasive snakeheads and catfish; other local news

In this week's newsletter: All the fish you can catch, new leadership on local school boards, help with the cost of solar panels and more.

Why Bridgeville may charge more for water

Bridgeville residents may soon pay more on their monthly water