Our top stories from the previous week featured severe weather warnings, a dog in distress, some new local invaders, a secret official inquiry, and the rebranded return of a beloved classic:
Any time there's severe weather, people need to be kept up-to-date on the latest information available--and everyone was following along with these updates to possible tornadoes in the area.
A Tornado Warning is in effect until 4:45 p.m. Saturday, July 6, 2019, in northern New Castl…
Two separate kinds of insects were discovered at the Port of Wilmington for the first time, and the pests were fumigated before they could move on land and become a bigger headache for local foliage.
It's a first for Delaware, but not one the state will likely brag about.
The story of Milo, a dog who lost a leg in a vicious attack at an area dog park, really grabbed the community's attention and support. People were gripped by the terrible circumstances in which Milo's owner found herself after an alleged violent dog's owner ghosted her following the attack and claiming she'd accept responsibility.
A nearly six-month-old Rottweiler puppy named Milo screams as he tries to get comfortable.
The beloved Polish festival will return under a new moniker to St. Hedwig, and you can get all the details on this latest iteration right here:
St. Hedwig's Polish Festival reboots and relocates for 2019. Here's where and when to find your favorite Polish delicacies and dance up a storm to polka this summer:
Finally, the highlighting of the secrecy surrounding updates on one of New Castle County's top cops and his departure from the department following a sexual harassment investigation was something everyone was reading about: