Since it premiered at Lums Pond a few months ago, the Go Ape Treetop Adventure Course has allowed local residents to experience what it's like to suspend gravity. One writer shares his own flight.
There's a chill in the air and Halloween is on the way, so it's a perfect time of year to take the family out for some fall-themed fun. The following is a list provided at www.pumpkinpatchesanrmore.org, so you can sample the autumn bounty of Delaware.
Members of the Middletown High School Marching Band are probably looking forward to the arrival of 2014 more than most. The band was invited by the Lord Mayor of Westminster to perform in the London New Year’s Day Parade.
The Olde Tyme Peach Festival isn't an old-timer—not yet—but it did reach its 20th anniversary this year. Middletown's largest annual event continues to be a tribute to the most important crop in the area's history.
The way Rick Roman sees it, "Middletown isn't just getting a movie theater. It's getting the best theater in Delaware."
If the Middletown business climate has become, in recent years, one of the fastest-growing areas for commerce in Delaware, then the work of the Middletown Area Chamber of Commerce, under the direction of Executive Director Roxane Ferguson, is partly responsible.
For the last several years, the Delaware Brain Tumor Foundation Walk has drawn hundreds to the Wilmington Riverfront, to raise money and share stories of faith, courage and survival. In preparation of this year's walk on April 26, two Middletown residents share their own stories
Diamond State Masters Regatta
For Brennan McAllister, a senior at Middletown High School, spending ten days assisting the poor in India this past January helped put the life he has back home into proper perspective
Who would you become if you dared to live your dreams?
Joyce Dungee Proctor is interested in finding out. Not only that, she can help you become that person who lives your dreams by achieving your personal and professional goals.