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A media critic says Donald Trimp demands a new kind of journalism. The problem is complicated by dying newspapers. [Read More]
At the Public Archives and the Old State House in Dover and the Lewes Public Library... [Read More]
Learn more about Kent County's Underground Railroad Feb. 15. [Read More]
Judith Speizer Crandell will be among about 25 fellows focusing on creative projects at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts... [Read More]
Beebe Healthcare will host a clinical healthcare professionals job fair from 3 to 6 p.m. March 16 in the Kent/Mezzanine Room at Dover Downs Hotel... [Read More]
David C. Weiss, U.S. attorney for the District of Delaware, announced Feb. 21 that Crystal Martin, former associate registrar at Delaware State University, was sentenced... [Read More]
Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton and Rev. Christopher Bullock will host a free dinner for Delaware residents in honor of Black History Month, emceed... [Read More]
The Delaware Department of Environmental Control's Division of Fish & Wildlife announced Feb. 21 that Delaware's spring 2020 downstate freshwater trout season will begin at... [Read More]
Seeking good news. [Read More]
A Caesar Rodney alum is raising money to help extend her life... [Read More]
If Donald Trump and Bart Hester don't make your blood boil .... [Read More]
Joy Springer wins by a vote in special House election... [Read More]
Mike Bloomberg says he'll release three women from non-disclosure agreements entered after they'd complained of his treatment of women. [Read More]
Five things to know from the Feb. 19 board meeting... [Read More]
No Razorback game in Little Rock this spring. [Read More]
I'm sitting in the cafe at the Momentary, the contemporary art/performance/hangout in Bentonville that Tom and Olivia Walton and Stueart Walton have created in a... [Read More]
With a small live orchestra, a shapeshifting set and a robust cast of over 30 actors, ACT took on E.L. Doctorow's 1975 story "Ragtime." [Read More]
With mountain folk sensibilities, dulcet violin and endearing harmony, Hemmed-In Hollow took top honors last night at the 2020 Arkansas Times Musicians Showcase. [Read More]
Gov. Asa Hutchinson plans a campaign appearance Monday in Jonesboro for Sen. John Cooper, challenged in the Republican primary by state Rep. Dan Sullivan. [Read More]
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