Public restrooms are the latest thing to be closed by the Delaware State Parks system as the result of the COVID-19 battle.
Newark Police say they changed two Main Street tenants with violating the city's State of Emergency restriction on the size of groupings.
Delaware's number of confirmed novel coronavirus COVID-19 cases jumped again Thursday but remained under the next milestone, 400, at 393.
The YMCA of Delaware teamed up with the Food Bank of Delaware on Thursday, April 2, 2020 to help distribute food staples to members of the community facing a shortage due in part to the COVID-19 crisis.
The signature event at the end of the Delaware high school sports calendar won't take place in 2020.
Nationally, 6.6 million people filed unemployment claims last week, an unprecedented record driven by a global pandemic caused by novel coronavirus COVID-19. Locally, Delaware saw more claims filed last week than the state had seen in the previous eight months, combined.
Units in the Baytree Apartments in Dover were heavily damaged in a fire that broke out around 10 a.m. Thursday.
Kurt Foreman, president and CEO of the Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP) joined Peter MacArthur on DelAWARE Thursday morning to discuss the results of surveys being conducted in Delaware and around the nation trying to gather data on how COVID-19 is impacting the economy.
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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.
'We're glad that we could share': The Hotel DuPont in Wilmington opens its pantry and kitchen to the Sunday Breakfast Mission so the shelter could utilize food that has stored up at the hotel due to slower business.
There are 26 total lab-confirmed cases of novel coronavirus COVID-19 in Delaware, public health officials announced late Wednesday.
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.
The Delaware Interscholastic Athletic Association announced there will be no Delaware high school sports competition until at least May 15.
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There've been more than 53,000 deaths from the disease, says Johns Hopkins University. In the U.S., some 245,000 people have been infected. Almost 6,000 have died.
Two cruise ships carrying passengers with coronavirus have been allowed to dock in South Florida after many countries refused to let the ship dock. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
Covid-19 is "significantly" worsening hunger in America, Amazon CEO says in announcing donation to Feeding America.
Some residents have gone as far as pleading with authorities on social media to help pick them up.