The pandemic drove home one crucial point: When the going gets tough, nonprofits rise to the occasion to push for the greater good and social impact. Now in recovery mode, Delaware nonprofits are laser-focused on emerging from this crisis healthier and stronger. But what we need is support. …
Wilmington Fire officials say an elderly woman was able to escape a house fire in the 9th Ward area on Friday morning, June 11, 2021, with the help of a neighbor and firefighters.
U.S. First Lady Jill Biden and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, learned about bunny care Friday as they toured a preschool during a joint outing in southwest England.
"We are seeing significant attempts at fraud across the [unemployment insurance] programs," said Darryl Scott, Director for the Delaware Division of Unemployment Insurance.
Delawareans with toll debts might be getting a chance to pay them off at a reduced rate.
Delaware House Republicans voted in unison to kill a constitutional amendment that would have likely loosened absentee voting restrictions.
Anyone looking to receive a permit for an outdoor event in the city of Wilmington must now also offer vaccinations at the event, Mayor Mike Purzycki announced Thursday.
For too long, too many residents of Riverside have neglected their own health.
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A driver is in serious condition after his vehicle struck a cargo train on Route 9 in New Castle Monday, June 7, 2021.
A man accused of shooting three Wilmington police officers Wednesday night was found dead inside an apartment following an all-night standoff with police, according to Wilmington Police.
A shelter-in-place order has been lifted following an all-night standoff in Wilmington after three city police officers were shot responding to a call Wednesday night at 24th and North Market streets.
A Delmar police officer killed in the line of duty was remembered at funeral services Monday as a "gentle giant," "a giant teddy bear," and someone who would do anything for anyone.