Delaware Independent

This Seaford resident really wants you to give horseshoes a chance

When was the last time you played horseshoes? A small

Where to see Fourth of July fireworks; other local news

In this week's newsletter: Holiday travel warning, fireworks, saving an endangered falcon and more.

6 destinations in western Sussex you should explore

By Cori Burcham A vacation to southern Delaware brings to

Seaford fetal remains law overturned in court

The city of Seaford's ordinance requiring burial or

A new-old beach name at Trap Pond is loaded with history

The former Cypress Point at Trap Pond State Park is

Downstate reactions to Roe's fall: Some celebrate, others grieve and protest

The political earthquake happened Friday, and reactions were swift. The

Work on overpass set to begin at routes 1 and 16; other local news

In this week's newsletter: A major road project, land preservation, Harrington violates open meetings law and more.

Laurel loses longtime coach and mentor Jeff Gordy

By Tony Russo Family, community and town sports played a

Is it too late to stop the invasive spotted lanternfly?

Despite quarantines, public squashing campaigns and federally subsidized bug-spraying blitzes,

Woodbridge will add armed guards in the wake of Uvalde

Prompted by the latest mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas,