I’ve written about…

+ a gunfight that paralyzed a Philadelphia neighborhood and left 6 officers shot

+ how families are coping with nursing home restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic and loved ones who don’t understand.

+ whether a polarizing U.S. Senate candidate’s criminal past represents the first step to redemption or a political race nonstarter

+ a paralyzed Wilmington man who faced the loss of his home

+ how a classic American downtown transformed to a college town “food court”

+ what an economic reopening could look like in Delaware

+ how the coronavirus pandemic may be a death blow to shopping malls

+ whether Delaware residents should expect new restrictions amid a fall surge in COVID-19 cases

+ an 86-year-old woman who closed her flower shop after three decades in business

+ the strain placed on Delaware’s contact tracing program amid a fall surge in COVID-19 cases

+ what Google can tell us about how life changed in Delaware during the coronavirus pandemic

+ an unaccompanied funeral for a Korean War veteran attended by hundreds

+ a community initiative to bring a bank to a under-served area

+ what lies ahead for a county executive entering his second term during the COVID-19 pandemic

+ a shooting at a nursing home that left a 79-year-old woman and an 82-year-old man dead

+ a hardware store owner’s retirement after 45 years in business