Delaware Public Media

Kelli Steele

Morning Anchor/Reporter

Kelli Steele has over 30 years of experience covering news in Delaware, Baltimore, Winchester, Virginia, Phoenix, Arizona and San Diego, California.

Kelli joined Delaware Public Media in August 2017 as host of Morning Edition and as its Arts reporter.

A Baltimore native, Kelli has been living in Delaware since 1986 and has called Delmarva her home except for the four years when she lived in Phoenix and San Diego, two years each.

Kelli's work has been honored by the Associated Press and the Delaware Press Association; she's also been named Delaware's favorite downstate news anchor three times by Delaware Today Magazine.

In between working and going to bed very early, Kelli enjoy reality TV, watching baseball, basketball and soccer and exercising, when possible.

Ways to Connect

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The Historic Odessa Foundation (HOF) is presenting a new exhibit this month.

“Exchanging Points of View: Art by The Artists’ Exchange of Delaware” can be seen at the Historic Odessa Foundation’s Visitors Center Gallery through December 29.

Courtesy of Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement of Delaware is partnering with the Citi Foundation’s Pathways to Progress Youth Workforce Fund to provide work-based learning opportunities to underserved students.


Delaware Division of the Arts

The Delaware Division of the Arts is accepting online applications for its next round of major arts programming and project grants.

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The Kent County Library will undergo an extensive technology upgrade starting next week.

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Sussex County carolers and other groups donated thousands of food items for local families in need this week.

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The Serafin Ensemble The Serafins visit Milton this week for a holiday concert.

A new program provides grant money to support open space, environmental, and resiliency projects across Delmarva Power’s service areas. 

Award winning author Margaret McMullan is coming to the Rehoboth Beach Public Library Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019 to discuss her new book.

DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation is giving residents additional time to weigh in on a proposed deal with an offshore wind company.


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The Christina Cultural Arts Center (CCAC) in Wilmington has hired a new executive director.