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Elizabeth "Tizzy" Lockman

When Elizabeth “Tizzy” Lockman takes the oath of office next week, she will officially become Sen. Lockman of Market Street (and of all Senate District 3). She's a Delaware native, a one-time filmmaker, a long-time advocate for improving Delaware education, and one of many first-time candidates taking office around the country in 2019. We chatted with Tizzy as she prepares to take the oath of office next Tuesday…

76ers Fieldhouse

The Delaware Blue Coats and The Buccini/Pollin Group announced today that the state-of-the-art 76ers Fieldhouse in Wilmington, Delaware will host its first NBA G League game on Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 7:00 p.m. as the Blue Coats take on the Memphis Hustle.

Mural at Kingswood Community Center

Kingswood Community Center has been the heart of the Riverside Community of Northeast Wilmington for over 70 years. Now, it is poised to become the heart of an even bigger movement. But just three-and-a-half years ago, prospects for Kingswood Community Center were bleak, to the point where its directors feared that they would have to shutter the institution...

Mayor Purzycki's Becoming Group

Mayor Mike Purzycki sent 34 young people from Wilmington to Philadelphia last night to see former First Lady Michelle Obama at the Wells Fargo Center. The Mayor used free tickets he received from Mrs. Obama’s office and arranged the transportation for the young people and their chaperones. Mrs. Obama has begun a nationwide tour to promote her book entitled “Becoming.”...

Sarah Koon

The Light Up The Queen Foundation is proud to announce the appointment of Sarah Koon as Executive Director of all programming and operations. The Light Up the Queen Foundation provides community-based events and innovative programming in arts and music education that enriches the lives of Wilmington, Delaware residents, particularly those with limited access to the arts...

Wilmington Named One Of Three Rising Tech Hubs

When companies look to open new offices, not only does location matter but so does being business friendly. Wilmington, being centralized between three major cities (New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore) makes it easy for people to travel to each city but with lower taxes on running a business, it makes sense for companies to take root here. According to and JP Morgan and Chase, that is what makes us one of the top rising tech hubs.