Wesley College and Picnic for Peace hosted a multi-generational, multi-cultural square dance as part of Dover's First Friday celebration, April 4.
Now that spring has rolled around, its time for spring cleaning. Students got to work planting a garden and local volunteers helped construct a greenhouse and clear a nature trail in honor of Global Youth Service Day on Friday.
Polytech High School's Bob Bassett has been named the Delaware School Counselor Association's Counselor of the Year.
The old saying goes that there is no such thing as a free lunch, but maybe there is in Capital schools. Through the Community Eligibility Provision, a policy enacted by the United States Department of Agriculture, schools in the Capital School...
Dawn R. Culp and Terry L. Pepper received the Distinguished Alumni Award for the Charles L. Terry Campus of Delaware Technical Community College on April 3.
Heather Patosky, of Dover, has been named to the Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce's Communications Coordinator.
Delaware's higher than usual snowfall this winter meant schools and governments had to readjust schedules to deal with several days of shutdowns.
A group of roughly 85 students from high schools across the state are set to put their problem solving skills and environmental knowledge to the test on Thursday when the 19th annual state Envirothon is held in Greenville.
Cochabamba is the fourth-largest city in Bolivia. You might not have known that fact, but these kids probably did.
The Delaware Technical Community College ranked fifth nationwide in the Digital Community Colleges Survey.
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