Our important stories from the previous week included the loss of a historical institution to development, giving more kids a chance, Delaware high school athlete excellence, upgrades for a Wilmington community, and a search to snuff out hate.
The historic Forty Ares fire house may be lost to residential development soon. WDEL's Amy Cherry brings us the story of the property's travels through Wilmington City Council and the firefighters who would like to see it turned into a historical museum:
Wilmington firefighters have lost their bid to keep a historic firehouse in the Forty Acres …
With more funding, Delaware is looking to increase its students' chances at success through education. WDEL's Mark Fowser shows us how that will happen:
Delaware is looking to put students who are still learning English as they start school on a path to academic success. It's going to take people, and it's going to cost money.
WDEL's Sean Greene brings us the accomplishments of two local athletes who will be playing for an international team:
Padua's Brieana Hallo & Caravel's Gabriella Marte were both born in the United States, b…
Renovations at a Wilmington community center have been completed, and WDEL's Mike Phillips shows us what kinds of upgrades residents should expect when utilizing the new-look space:
The William 'Hicks' Anderson Community Center at 5th and Madison streets in Wilmington reope…
Police are asking for the public's help locating a suspect caught on surveillance footage spray-painting racial slurs and hate speech on a victim's car. WDEL's DJ McAneny shows us the person caught on camera for whom police are looking: