A former Christina School District administrator has been selected as the new Superintendent for the Capital School District.
Over two months after setting their entertainment lineup, the Delaware State Fair announced five acts have cancelled, and have determined four of their replacements.
Delaware's Attorney General Kathy Jennings is looking to stop the swearing-in of former police chief Michael Capriglione as the commissioner for Newport.
A crash involving a truck carrying a landscaping trailer is caused major delays on I-95 southbound and other area roadways during Wednesday's afternoon commute.
Police on Wednesday identified the woman killed in a shooting in Wilmington's East Side Tuesday.
A single car crash on northbound I-95 in the work zone in Wilmington sent one person to the hospital with serious injuries and jammed up midday traffic in the area on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 .
Vehicles lined up overnight at many of the six state park locations where vouchers were being distributed for an additional one-thousand Delaware surf fishing licenses, that have since sold out.
Positive tests for COVID-19 among Delawareans considered "fully vaccinated" in the state have risen to 70, but the nation's leading infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said, nationally, cases in those who are fully vaccinated have been expected.
Recovery in Delaware is "clearly underway, but remains a "work a progress," said Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Pat Harker, whose prediction a year ago that the state's recovery would be "uneven" and "painful" for the hospitality and tourism sectors rang true.
Students in the Christina School District haven't had a lot of time together in the past 13 months of the pandemic, but district administrators unveiled plans for two of the marquee end-of-school events.
There will be a new name, but organizers hope the same energy, when basketball fans return to Cape Henlopen in December for Delaware's annual top boys basketball showcase.
A former employee of a Bear-area daycare pleaded guilty to a modified murder charge and eight counts of child abuse, potentially leading to 27 or more years in prison.
New legislation being introduced by state Sen. Nicole Poore looks to boost Delaware's workforce coming out of the pandemic by providing free college credits to Delaware Technical Community College to prepare job-seeking individuals for new careers in fields that are of high demand.
Two major incidents occurred in Wilmington, the first in the East Side section of the city, and the second in Southbridge just minutes later.
New Castle County officials are looking for public feedback on how the $108 million it will receive in American Rescue Plan Act funds should be allocated.
Delaware hospitals, health care systems, and medical providers, including doctor's offices, can now vaccinate any Delawarean ages 16 and older, regardless of medical conditions, effective immediately.
Wesley College's second scheduled game to try to end their program's history at home has been stifled after Lackawanna was forced to call off Saturday's game due to a COVID outbreak in their program.
The Delaware Division of Public Health will be pausing all usage of the single-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine in accordance with CDC and FDA recommendations after six cases of blood clots were identified.
No classes will be held for the next two days at a school in Knoxville after a student was killed and a police officer injured during an encounter at the high school.
There are some new faces in the Lewes area, and while scientists are giving them their seal of approval, they're asking the community to give them some space while they get adjusted to their surroundings.
Glenn Dixon was still fresh into his career with the Delaware State Police in the early 90s, when talk around the office helped spark a passion for volunteering with Special Olympics Delaware.
Victor Castillo's father inspired him to work in health care so that that he could have a positive influence on the lives of others.
The Pathways 2 Apprenticeship six-week program, making its Claymont debut Monday, looks to provide workforce training and a new opportunity to underserved communities.
Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware, through its foundation arm BluePrints for the Community, has made a $1 million commitment to a new senior housing project in Wilmington.
Someone fired shots from a car at another car in a Newark-area shopping center parking lot early Sunday morning, and Delaware State Police are looking for the culprit.
Wilmington's Riverfront Development Corporation (RDC) is celebrating its 25th anniversary by looking back at its past and forward to its future.
The president of the Selbyville Volunteer Fire Company's Ladies' Auxiliary was killed while she was helping Delaware State Police with traffic control after a car accident Friday afternoon.
If you see what looks like unusual activity or hear loud noises from the Delaware Air National Guard base in New Castle this weekend, it's OK--it's a training exercise.
The Food and Drug Administration will evaluate "as quickly as possible" Pfizer's request to expand the emergency use authorization of the drug maker's COVID-19 vaccine to include people ages 12-15 in the United States, FDA Acting Commissioner Janet Woodcock said.
2020 GOP gubernatorial candidate Julianne Murray said she watched last week's rushed passage of two gun control bills by the Delaware Senate and said too much was missing from Dover.
Connections Community Support Programs in Delaware, along with three of its former and current corporate leaders, are facing a civil suit brought by the United States government.
Wilmington's Community Intervention Team (CIT) addresses violence as an epidemic and all of the inequities that can lead to it, including health disparities.
Wilmington Police have positively identified remains located in July 2019 and now need the public's help figuring out what happened.
The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) has announced the time and locations for the distribution of special vouchers in order to obtain one of the additional surf fishing permits the state is issuing.
Delaware Olympic hopeful and Asian American Morgan Hurd brought a powerful message to a crowd gathered in New York City recently, calling out a sentiment that's been growing since the debut of COVID-19:
The DIAA Board of Directors waited until nearly seven hours into their monthly meeting to discuss Governor Carney's emergency order, lifting a mask mandate for Delaware athletes, but by then, it was too late.
A 30-year-old man was charged with attempted burglary after a Glasgow woman exited her shower to find him standing outside, opening her window, police said Thursday.
Delaware will see a major supply drop next week in one of the three coronavirus vaccines, just as it had been preparing to ramp up vaccinations by expanding vaccine eligibility to all Delawareans 16 and older.
Facing pressure to act after a recent spate of high-profile mass shootings, President Joe Biden unveiled a package of moves Thursday that seek to address a scourge of gun violence he deemed a "blemish on the nation."
Formed in the wake of the 2020 election, a new Voting Rights Coalition in Delaware, that's a combination of organizations and advocates, aims to encourage voters and policymakers to consider reforms that they believe will improve access to voting.
"As far as the vaccine in the state of Delaware, I think the governor is doing a better job," said Latin American Community Center President and CEO Maria Matos. "I think he's listening that vaccines need to be distributed equitably and in communities where people trust that the vaccine is n…
With COVID-19 vaccinations continuing, Republicans in Delaware's General Assembly are calling for the return to in-person meetings after last week's debate over two gun control bills.
Nearly ten months after statues of Christopher Columbus and Rodney Square were removed from their Wilmington perches, their futures are back on the radar of Wilmington City Council.
A 63-year-old Wilmington woman was sentenced Wednesday to five months in federal prison for committing social security fraud.