Police on Wednesday identified the woman killed in a shooting in Wilmington's East Side Tuesday.
A 63-year-old Wilmington woman was sentenced Wednesday to five months in federal prison for committing social security fraud.
"Look, it was just about the hardest thing I've had to do as county executive was being the first county executive to close libraries indefinitely, not knowing when they were going to open, or how they were going to open."
The former president of the Wilmington firefighters union has had federal charges levied against him alleging the possession of child pornography.
Several people were turned away from a vaccination site at the Chase Center in Wilmington Friday after various elected officials blasted out on social media and by email that the site was open to all Delawareans ages 18 and up.
"The environment that we are trying to create at the Hope Center is respecting each individual where they are."
The family of Lymond Moses made a tearful plea for the arrest of the New Castle County police officers who fatally shot him after body camera footage of the January shooting was made public Tuesday.
A group of parents, students, and supporters rallied on the steps of Legislative Hall on Monday looking to end the year-long reduction of public school class sizes in Delaware due to the pandemic.
Many Appoquinimink students may be doubling their in-class time soon as district officials are looking to switch to a four-day hybrid model, possibly in as soon as two weeks.
Wilmington Police Chief Robert Tracy discussed a "crisis" in overall police recruiting as City Council President Trippi Congo pressed his department on struggling to recruit more minority officers.
Croda has resumed ethylene oxide production at its Atlas Point site following more than five months of emissions violations that prompted tests and repairs.
A Croda site manager apologized for multiple emissions violations as the New Castle area plant looks to reopen in the near future.
The popularity of driving onto Delaware's beaches showed itself yet again, as DNREC sold out of its 17,000 Delaware Surf-Fishing Permits on Wednesday, the fastest in state history.
New Castle County Council joined County Executive Matt Meyer in supporting a revenue-neutral reassessment of property taxes required by a court decision.
Business is booming at local flower shops ahead of Valentine's Day as employees work to primp and prime dozens of bouquets with those last-minute finishing touches that make them so special.
New Castle County Council approved a request by the county police to expanded its number of officers by 15 positions to 415.
The Redding Consortium for Educational Equity, tasked with improving public education in the city of Wilmington, is out with its recommendations, saying more needs to be spent urgently on low-income schools.
New Castle County has agreed to begin the property reassessment process following a legal settlement in the county track of the education equity lawsuit.