A second Christina School Board member has resigned, citing a toxic culture on the board.
Delaware will receive about $7 million in grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development from the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package signed last month.
If you're one of the at-least 159 Delawareans who have recovered from a battle with COVID-19, your fellow COVID-19 fighters need your help.
Tatnall's school motto "Omnia in Caritate" translates to "All Things in Love," and the school is trying to make sure the most important part of their family get to stay in place during the pandemic.
Five patients and three staff members of the Delaware Psychiatric Center have tested positive for novel coronavirus COVID-19, the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services announced Wednesday.
In the latest milestone for the First State and the fight against novel coronavirus COVID-19, there were 1,116 positive cases in Delaware Thursday, which again set the record for largest single-day jump with 188 new cases added to the total.
"Do I feel very, very lucky? Yes."
A second inmate tested positive for COVID-19 at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center Smyrna Wednesday.
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Delaware is going to top 400 positive cases of novel coronavirus COVID-19 Friday, and it's going to nearly double its hospitalizations to almost 100.
Anna Marie Leo of Bellefonte has lived through it all.
In a virtual presentation forced by novel coronavirus COVID-19 Tuesday night, New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer presented his Fiscal Year 2021 budget address which, while heavily addressing up-front the concerns caused by the global pandemic, included no tax increases.
Progress and hope are two key words around Salesianum's Abessinio Stadium project at the moment.
Delaware high school sports teams aren't allowed to conduct practices during the state of emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, but it's not stopping from from getting creative.
Wesley guard and Delaware Military Academy graduate Brian Cameron was named a Second Team Division III All-American by D3Hoops.com.
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The U.S. is also rapidly expelling unaccompanied migrant children. Top border official Mark Morgan said they could also pose an "absolute public health risk" to the U.S.
"9/11 was so devastating, so tragic, and then in many ways we lose so many more New Yorkers to this silent killer," he said.
While the coronavirus pandemic might be easing its hold on Italy, Europe's hardest-hit country is still seeing people die faster than cemeteries can bury them. Military members are rushing to relocate bodies being kept in a makeshift, and unrefrigerated, morgue. Chris Livesay speaks to resid…
Amy Wright, co-founder of Bitty and Beau's Coffee, has some advice: "Share your story with any bank that will listen."