Seven-figure sum donated to Wilmington school

December 30, 2017 by  

St. Mark’s High School in Wilmington, recently received a $1.5m donation, according to an article on delawareonline.com.

The money was a [Read more]

Rudolph on his way to Wilmington

November 25, 2017 by  

The “most famous reindeer of all” is on his way to Wilmington, when Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical comes to the city for two performances.

The stage show is [Read more]

Wilmington upgrading sewer lines

October 27, 2017 by  

The City of Wilmington is currently upgrading some of its sewer lines, specifically the ones near the Wilmington Public Library, around the North South Street area. [Read more]

Magical creatures plan to descend on Wilmington

September 1, 2017 by  

Fairies, gnomes, pirates, princesses, trolls, superheroes, or just plain children—everyone is invited to the upcoming Faerie Festival in Wilmington.

The event will [Read more]

Tickets now on sale for new season of Broadway

August 24, 2017 by  

The 2017-2018 season of productions under the Broadway in Wilmington umbrella has been announced [Read more]

Regatta attracts competitors from across region

July 31, 2017 by  

Regatta attracts competitors from across region

The 27th Diamond State Masters Regatta, which is sponsored by the Wilmington Rowing Center, recently drew rowers from throughout the area, according to an article on DelawareOnline.com.

More than 800 people in 43 teams took part in the two-day event, which was held on Noxontown Pond in Middletown, about 30 miles from Wilmington itself. The weather was ideal, with low wind, calm water, and an overcast sky.

Regatta director John Schoonover said the Masters Rowers love this particular regatta, because of the beauty of the setting. Plus, rowing on this pond allows competitors to see how the race develops as it nears the finish, which is exciting for everyone. Schoonover himself acted as coxswain for the alumni rowers from St. Andrews. The coxswain sits in the back of the boat, steering the craft, and encouraging the rowers.

The event has grown significantly in size since it began, so much so that a second day of competition has been added, and the age limit has been lowered to include those as young as 21. The first day, the races were sculling-style, where rowers used two oars with one in each hand. Sunday’s races were sweep rowing, in which the rower uses one oar and holds it with both hands.

With the use of colorful banners, venues can be suitably decorated for events like this.

Wilmington gears up for ‘Summer in the Parks’

June 21, 2017 by  

For the fifth year, Wilmington, in conjunction with The Grand Opera House, will offer its program ‘Summer in the Parks’. The program brings a number of events to various parks and other public spaces in Wilmington’s neighborhoods, with the [Read more]

Wilmington pizzeria makes unusual delivery

May 19, 2017 by  

It was pizza to the rescue of passengers on board a nonmoving train on the evening of May 14.

An Amtrak train traveling between [Read more]

Annual meeting of Chemours scheduled for Wilmington

March 22, 2017 by  

Chemours, a chemical company based in Wilmington, has announced plans to hold its annual meeting in the city later this spring.

The meeting will be at [Read more]

Bank of America to sell two buildings in Wilmington

February 25, 2017 by  

Bank of America currently has three office buildings in downtown Wilmington, but put two of them up for sale on February 15.

Bracebridge I, on North King Street, and [Read more]

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