A Guide to 4 Great Places to Visit in Delaware
Delaware may be the second smallest state in the country, but it more than makes up for its size with its natural beauty. And, the state is home to some of the most popular beaches on the East Coast.
Three Reasons to Visit Delmarva This Summer
Although not well-known to the world, the Delmarva Peninsula encompasses all of Delaware, a good portion of Maryland, and the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Only accessible from the rest of the United States by two bridges, Delmarva is somewhat secluded, lending to a unique lifestyle that you have to experience to understand. For locals, life on "the shore" is marked by a slow pace, familiar faces, and uncrowded roads that make it easy to roam the area. If you want to experience Delmarva for yourself, these are the top three types of attractions you can enjoy during your visit.
More Stimulus Money Coming to Delaware This Month
stack of money in different amountsphoto by Colin Watts (Unsplash) If you're running light on cash right now, here is some good news for Delaware residents. By the end of May, the state of Delaware will be sending out a tax rebate to residents. Individual filers will receive $300, while married couples filing jointly would receive $600. Delaware citizens who have submitted a personal income tax return for 2020 will receive the rebates. According to Delaware Online, the rebate also applies to residents who did not earn enough to submit taxes in 2020.
Three Special Places to Have Lunch in Lewes, Delaware
Looking for lunch in Lewes, Delaware? This historic coastal town is home to several upscale restaurants. Here are three local restaurants in Lewes that will delight your senses with unique dishes and exceptional dining atmospheres.
Crab Du Jour in Wilmington, DE Offers Complimentary Dinners for First Responders & Healthcare Workers on June 9th
Crab Du Jour opened its Wilmington, DE location one year ago, and to celebrate the anniversary, the Crab Du Jour team has decided to host a special event to give back to the community. On Thursday, June 9th beginning at 4:30 p.m., the Crab Du Jour location at 2107 Concord Pike in Wilmington at The Shops at Fairfax Shopping Center will pack the restaurant with first responders, hospital employees, and healthcare workers for a complimentary dinner while a local marching band performs, and a number of local mascots entertain those in attendance.
You Can Expect More Stimulus Payments This Year
Residents of four states in the US may be eligible for future stimulus payments, which will begin in May as the country battles high inflation. Of these four states, residents of Delaware are in luck.
My Happy List #1 of People, Places, and Things
Fun, free local and online resources, recipes, and more. Happiness and joy - a woman laughingPhoto by Brooke Cagle on Unsplash. Philadelphia and Delaware – Every morning I try to wake up and thank God for all my blessings and list at least 10 things I’m grateful for. This helps me stay focused and centered. Oprah has her Favorite Things:
Where to Eat Crabs and Fresh Seafood on Delmarva This Summer
Maryland Blue Crabs are the unofficial mascot of the Eastern Shore. Seasoned heavily with Old Bay and dipped in hot butter, there's no better summertime treat than a pile of steaming hot crabs. Shrimp, clams, and oysters are also popular favorites. Here on the Delmarva Peninsula, we've got plenty of places where you can sit down for a nice seafood feast. Here are five local favorites you should check out this summer.
More than half a million Delaware residents to receive $300 payments this spring
Every Delaware resident who filed a 2020 tax return with the state is expected to receive $300 payments this spring to help them combat inflation. The checks will be sent to more than 600,000 Delawareans and will cost the state $186 million.
Château Nemours | Alfred DuPont Estate | French Neoclassical Mansion in Delaware | 2 hours from NYC
Hello Everyone! Welcome to Nemours Estate! This French neoclassical mansion located in Wilmington, Delaware - about 2 hours drive from New York City and just 40 minutes from Philadelphia. A 200-acre (81 ha) country estate with "jardin à la française" formal gardens, built to resemble a French château. Its 105 rooms on four floors occupy nearly 47,000 sq ft (4,400 m2). The amount of art and other artefacts is huge as well, so if you are into history, art or décor - then you might wanna visit this place. For more information go to: <a href="www.nemoursestate.org">www.nemoursestate.org</a>
Man shovels snow every time neighbors need him: "Doing things right is worth it"
Kindness is a daily choice, and a Delaware dad chooses to gift it to everyone around him. Each time it snows, he goes out with his shovel, ready to help every neighbor who needs him.