JIM & ADA LEIGH SOLES
Delaware Grapevine is taking a break for Thanksgiving. It will return afterwards.
FIDDLING WHILE WILMINGTON BURNS
Posted: Nov. 17, 2015
How mortifying it is for Delaware there could be a television show called "Murder Town," set in Wilmington, where the gun violence will not go away. Maybe the General Assembly could do something, if only someone had a plan. Oh wait, someone does?
A CANDIDATE FOR ALL PARTIES
Posted: Nov. 13, 2015
Change can be good. But change in voter registration by someone running in a six-way Democratic primary for lieutenant governor? Maybe not so good. Maybe even less good for someone who has switched parties more than once.
. . . AND HALL-LONG MAKES FIVE
Posted: Nov. 10, 2015
The Delaware General Assembly is alive with legislators who would rather be something else. Bunches of them want to run for higher office in 2016, even though recent history says anyone not named Ruth Ann Minner will have a hard time of it.
AN IMPROBABLE ODYSSEY FROM OUT-OF-STATE TO INNER SANCTUM
Posted: Nov. 6, 2015
When Tamika Montgomery-Reeves takes her oath later this month for the Court of Chancery, it will represent an historic journey that began for her as a girl in Mississippi. Naturally there had to be a Delaware connection along the way.
Posted: Nov. 4, 2015
"Delaware Notebook" is a collection of items from around the state. This one looks at Colin Bonini's situation as a Republican candidate for governor and an extraordinary pardon granted posthumously to a Delawarean who was a conductor on the Underground Railroad.
A LONG TIME COMING
Posted: Oct. 29, 2015
History was regrettably delayed but finally not denied, when Tamika Montgomery-Reeves burst through gender ceilings and racial barriers to be confirmed as a vice chancellor on Delaware's famous Court of Chancery.
THE OLD REVERSE PLAY
Posted: Oct. 26, 2015
Dennis Williams, the Democratic mayor of Wilmington, may have set a new standard in Delaware when he went back and forth last week on his presidential endorsement, but he is hardly the only one in the state to flip and flop.