As we celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., it’s natural to remember his courageous advocacy for racial equity. But before he was assassinated, King had also begun to broaden his efforts to unify the around economic justice.

“Like anybody, I would like to live — a long life; longevity has its place. But I’m not concerned about that now. I just want to do God’s will. And He’s allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I’ve looked over. And I’ve seen the Promised Land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to…

A significant museum in Washington, D.C. closed its doors at the end of the year, marking a loss in the promotion of the freedom of the press and a source of inspiration for those interested in joining the journalistic ranks.

For those still working on their final new year’s resolution, there are no shortage of ideas floating around the internet. Let’s be honest, every editorialist and columnist pretty much knows that the last issue of the year — or the first — demands the annual piece on new year’s resolutions. …

Hopefully this week’s issue finds you at a time of peace and contentment. Our cover date is Thursday, Dec. 26, so all the hustle and bustle of the days before Christmas should now have given way to a nice relaxing break.

As President Donald Trump’s impeachment unspools, news coverage is buzzing about conspiracy theories and geopolitical rivalries. But at the root of Trump’s effort to extort Ukraine was a simple motive: Trump hoped to influence our elections to preserve his power and that of his associates.

Gravity on Earth measures out to a rate of acceleration that equals about 9.8 meters per second squared. Jupiter’s gravity is 24.79 meters per second squared, meaning a 200-pound human on Earth weighs 480 pounds on Jupiter.

Heating, holiday decorations, winter storms and candles all contribute to an increased risk of fire during the winter months.

Not to share industry secrets, but normally these editorials are written by Daniel Divilio — editor of the Kent County News. Today’s voice behind the curtain is coming from me, Lifestyle Editor Leann Schenke. The reason for this exposition, and turning this editorial into a column, is becaus…

Of all the cliches that abound this time of year, an “attitude of gratitude” can’t be repeated enough. A thankful attitude is healthy. It’s contagious. And it sets a good example.

This week’s issue marks the start of our publication of stories from around the Mid-Shore about families in need of help to make the holidays a little brighter. Throughout the end of the year, readers will find on the Kent County News front page true stories about local families as part of o…

“The nation owes a great debt to its veterans, whose service to the nation spans every decade, every year, every day of our country’s existence. Through untold courage and sacrifice, America’s veterans have secured the liberty which the founding fathers sought to establish here in the new wo…

The Maryland Report Card is a website hosted by the Maryland State Department of Education meant to be an informational go-to on our public schools. It maintains a wealth of information on the state education system and each district, right down to individual schools, “to help our stakeholde…

The Mid-Atlantic region’s blood supply has never been lower, and the Blood Bank of Delmarva is urgently calling for donors. There has been a significant decline in regular blood donors, and the region’s supply has reached critically low levels. In order to maintain a safe blood supply, a sev…