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Claymont senior Eric Zheng admitted to Harvard University  New Philadelphia Times Reporter

"I just hope that my acceptance maybe inspires the kids around here to maybe apply to that dream school, apply to that dream job. You never know. You could ...



VIDEO | 'It's part of history': Claymont community looks to preserve buried time capsule  WDEL 1150AM

A time capsule that was buried in Claymont during the 1970s was originally not to be dug up until the nation's Tricentennial in 2076.It may have to come up a.



Brown v. Board at 65 — Anderson Neff Recalls a Peaceful First Day of School Integration: 'The White Kids Were as Unsure as to How to Behave as I Was'  The 74

This testimonial is an excerpt from Recovering Untold Stories: An Enduring Legacy of the Brown v. Board of Education Decision, a new book spotlighting the ...



Claymont to open doors to its past  The News Journal

Everybody loves Claymont at the end of the year because that's the time of year for “The Christmas Weed.” But now is the time to love Claymont for its rich past ...



Developer of former Claymont steel site donates 15.5 acres for rail station  delawarebusinessnow.com

The developer of the former Evraz Claymont Steel site has donated 15.5 acres for a new Claymont SEPTA train station. St. Louis-based Commercial ...



Brown v. Board at 65: Virginia Tryon Smilack Remembers Her Father Fighting for Integration on the School Board — and Her 1952 Kindergarten Teacher Treating Her Differently as a Result  The 74

This testimonial is an excerpt from Recovering Untold Stories: An Enduring Legacy of the Brown v. Board of Education Decision, a new book spotlighting the ...



Brown v. Board at 65: Joan E. Anderson, Daughter of Key Plaintiff, Pays Tribute to the Delaware Superintendent Who Defied State Orders to Desegregate Classrooms  The 74

This testimonial is an excerpt from Recovering Untold Stories: An Enduring Legacy of the Brown v. Board of Education Decision, a new book spotlighting the ...



Brown v. Board at 65: Brigitte Louise Brown Recalls Her Mother Being Denied a Seat at Her All-White Neighborhood School — and Her Grandmother's Victory in Fighting Back  The 74

This testimonial is an excerpt from Recovering Untold Stories: An Enduring Legacy of the Brown v. Board of Education Decision, a new book spotlighting the ...



The missing part of the nation's desegregation story  The News Journal

The courageous actions of the former Arden and Claymont school boards seem to have been overlooked in the recent local and national commemorations and ...



The Untold Stories Behind Brown v. Board: 65 Years Later, Remembering the Five Unique Lawsuits and Communities That Joined Forces to Persuade the Supreme Court  The 74

This article is a compilation of excerpts from Recovering Untold Stories: An Enduring Legacy of the Brown v. Board of Education Decision, a new book ...



VIDEO | Friends' 2nd half performance propels Quakers past Tower Hill, into D2 title bout  WDEL 1150AM

The Independent Conference title game rematch from week 10 determined who would get a crack at Woodbridge for the Division II title in Newark and ...



Howard Class of '53, one of the last segregated classes, displays 'basic, genuine love'  The News Journal

The Howard High School Class of 1953, one of the last segregated classes in Delaware history, still meets fairly regularly.



Meet the Pleasantville school board member who helped integrate a Delaware school  Press of Atlantic City

PLEASANTVILLE — At the time, it was just another “first day of school,” but almost 65 years ago, Bernice Byrd Couch helped make history.



Buckeye Trail: New coach Meister inherits Warrior squad with majority of starting lineup intact  The Daily Jeffersonian

OLD WASHINGTON — It looks like the Buckeye Trail High boys' basketball team is primed for a strong season with four of five starters returning and a seasoned ...



Rita F. Szczepanowski | Obituaries  LancasterOnline

Rita F. Szczepanowski of Newark, DE, formerly of Claymont, DE passed away August 14, 2017 in Lancaster, PA, after a long illness. She was 81 years old.



10 vying for Miss Maple City crown  Norwalk Reflector

NORWALK — Ten young women will compete for the title of Miss Maple City 2019 Saturday. The women, along with eight teenage girls vying to be crowned ...



Bobbie Cummings: Senate District 2  Dover Post

Each candidate was asked to respond to three questions. 1. What are the top issues you will address in your campaign and what are your plans for moving those ...



Daughters carry on mom's purpose after her murder  The News Journal

The balloons drifted into the clouds Easter Sunday, each one sent off with the memory of a woman who raised three daughters on her own and was just starting ...



Cody Garbrandt Is Living the Dream: How UFC's New Stud Got His Superpower  Bleacher Report

The MMA champ looks the look and talks the talk. Neither bully nor saint, he fights, he forgives and he definitely cries. This is how a boy from Dreamsville got all ...



This Week in Civil Rights History  Jackson Clarion Ledger

This Week in Civil Rights History, September 1-7: September 1, 1926: Arizona opened a separate high school for African-American students, separating black ...



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