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Non-Profit Spotlight: Historic Lewes Farmers Market

The Historic Lewes Farmers Market (HLFM) is a non-profit, community-based, producer-only, farmers market. Started in the summer of 2006 by a group of volunteers, the market has expanded to 35 vendors. What is a Community-based, Producer-Only Farmers Market and How is it Different? A community-based, producer-only farmers market is not just another retail enterprise. It […]


Over Half of All Buyers Are Surprised by Closing Costs

According to a recent survey conducted by ClosingCorp, over half of all buyers are surprised by the closing costs required to obtain their mortgage. Are you? After surveying 1,000 first-time and repeat homebuyers, the results revealed that 17% of homebuyers were surprised that closing costs were required at all, while another 35% were stunned by […]


Medicare 101: Know Your Benefits

Perhaps you are nearing retirement age, over age 65 and still working, or you simply want to understand how Medicare works. Read on to learn more about each part of Medicare from Randy Brown at Avery Hall Insurance Agency, Inc. Medicare 101: Know Your Benefits What is Medicare? Medicare is a federal program that provides […]


Clear Space Theatre Inspiring All of Southern Delaware

“Clear space” refers to a focus on the process, knowledge, and humanity of arts performance: the idea that we find ourselves in what appears on the stage. For those of you who do not know Clear Space, the Theatre Company’s mission is to inspire audiences, artists, and students through high-quality performances and educational experiences. A […]



5 Reasons to Sell Before Spring

Spring is closer than you think. No matter what the groundhog said today, you have less time than you think to get your home on the market before the busy spring season. Many sellers feel that the spring is the best time to place their homes on the market as buyer demand traditionally increases at […]


Protecting Personal Property

There’s a popular saying that goes like this: “Home is where your heart is.” That saying rings true for many who have found their “home” a safe haven and a place to cherish, convene with family and friends, raise children, cook meals, rest, retire and celebrate. Are you protecting all that makes your house, your […]


The Fed Raised Rates: What Does that Mean?

You may have heard that the Federal Reserve raised rates… But what does that mean if you are looking to buy a home in the near future? Many in the housing industry have predicted that the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), the policy-making arm of the Federal Reserve, would vote to raise the federal fund’s […]


Our Favorite Holiday Happenings

Join the fun in the 1st State, check out our Favorite Holiday Happenings! Winter WonderFEST November 18 – January 1, 2017, Daily 15099 Cape Henlopen Drive, Lewes, DE Drive through a Cape Henlopen State Park filled with the bright, beautiful colors of the two-mile “Light Spectacular” holiday light show, which includes more than 60 awe-inspiring […]


2016 Boomer Build Recruiting Underway!

UPDATE: Our recruiting endeavor is underway for our 2016 Boomer Build with Sussex County’s Habitat for Humanity! At Irish Eyes on August 21, Live-Life-LOCAL 2016 kicked off our recruiting effort for our 2016 Boomer build with the Sussex County Habitat for Humanity. Quite a few guests signed-up to volunteer to help a Habitat For Humanity […]