First for March 17, 2017
Tiny Homes for the Homeless
The tiny home movement is growing in popularity across the country. Tiny living, typically, is about downsizing and living simply. But two Dover women think tiny homes could be the answer to solving Delaware’s growing homeless problem. Here’s our First Look.
Hep C Hope
As Congress debates the Affordable Care Act we thought it would be a good time to revisit a story we presented last fall. It has to do with a cure for Hepatitis-C. On the surface, that should be good news. The problem is the cost and the fact that there are so few people who need the drug. Elana Gordon from WHYY-FM’s The Pulse has the story.
The home healthcare industry in the United States is projected to grow substantially over the next few years as the general population ages. A Middletown woman’s personal experience with home healthcare services led her to start her own business in which she hopes she can offer better services than she received.
First Experience: Your Creation Station
Art can be an expensive hobby. Think about what it takes to do painting or ceramics. Imagine what goes into fused glass or even tie-dye. What if there was a place you could go that had everything you needed to create whatever you want? First Experience introduces you to the man behind ‘Your Creation Station’ in Middletown. Just bring your creativity, they have everything else.