Highlands News

Open Streets Coming To Highlands

Open Streets Wilmington is coming to the Highlands! Join us on Delaware Avenue between Scott Street and Brinckle Avenue Saturday, September 18 from 9a-12p for the neighborhood’s first Open Streets.…
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Share Your Event With Your Neighbors

The Highlands Community Association serves as an information resource for our neighborhood and local community. Our website receives 1000+ visits monthly, and our newsletter is distributed to 1000+ residents. We often hear from neighbors…
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Spring Meeting Envisions Post-Pandemic Growth

Last week’s Highlands Community Association Spring Meeting boasted record attendance, a packed agenda and healthy discussion. The Zoom meeting, attended by nearly 100 Highlands households, covered a broad range of…
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Senator Sarah McBride’s Amazing Grace

Born and raised in The Highlands, State Senator Sarah McBride graduated Cab Calloway School of the Arts before attending American University. She interned at the White House, led a successful…
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Dr. Adriana Bohm’s Highlands Hope

Adriana Bohm was just ten-years-old when her family moved from a sleepy Amherst, Massachusetts, to a divided Wilmington, Delaware, in 1980.  Long at the center of the struggle for racial…
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Alana Delaney’s Anxiety Antidote

With the uncertainty and anxiety of the global pandemic, perhaps no moment in recent history has reminded us more dramatically of the vital role of nature to our well being.…
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David Tuttleman’s Highlands Roots

For more than four decades, David Tuttleman has been on the leading edge of global business across apparel, consumer goods, food & beverage, and philanthropy. And he’s done so largely…
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Vince Watchorn’s Days of Future Past

For Highlands neighbor and independent school leader, Vince Watchorn, our history informs our future. That history is all around us. And that future starts now. “Look up!” he says. “If…
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Molly Giordano’s Big Year

Few Highlands neighbors better appreciate the relationship between adversity and opportunity better than freshly-minted Delaware Art Museum Executive Director, Molly Giordano. As COVID slowed our neighborhood to a standstill, closed…
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