Montchanin Road has been reopened, 24 hours after it was closed due to a train derailment.
Two women were charged after lying to an officer about their names and then fighting to get back into a vehicle to try and escape near Smyrna, Delaware State Police said Wednesday.
The former Vice President of the United States of America wanted to emphasize a commitment to a Republican-won battleground in the 2016 election, among other reasons, when the first rally for Biden 2020 kicked off in the heart of Philadelphia.
The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce awards the most deserving programs and one educational leader, annually--2019 saw few winners, but showed quality in and out of the classrooms.
Barclays Bank and West End Neighborhood House teamed up for the second year in a row for a small business fair and pitch competition to highlight the Launcher program.
The final day of the annual Wilmington Flower Market is always a treat for those looking for last-minute gifts for mom as well as raising money for a good cause.
STEM has been a major focus for education in the Brandywine School District in recent years and students have been tasked with giving future generations a leg up.
The Youth Advocacy Council hosted a candidate forum Tuesday night for those hoping to serve on the school boards of the Colonial, Brandywine, and Appoquinimink school districts.
The Brandywine School District school board meeting opened up with a fitting tribute to its former president, the late John Skrobot Jr.
Hundreds flocked to Winterthur Museum, Garden and Library for the annual horse races and festivities, but miserable weather kept the party to a dull roar.
New Castle County has spent the last 18 months redeveloping Carousel Park with local and national help to bring serious equestrian training and other services to the Milltown area.
Just days after the second shooting in a synagogue over a six-month period in the United States--the Jewish community, and those supporting, took to The Chabad Center in Brandywine Hundred to stand in solidarity and prayer.
A 12-foot wide bicycle and pedestrian bridge over the White Clay Creek are in the works to help improve safety for those not crossing in automobiles near Paper Mill Road.
The Appoquinimink School District was looking to get the initial class of the upcoming Odessa High School involved in it's progress and did so with a construction tradition--the signing of the beam.
Sirens and controlled chaos were all part of the plan as collection of federal, state and municipal agencies executed their triennial emergency capacity drill along Route 13, Saturday morning.
Students from Bayard Middle School have been getting hands-on with STEM education thanks to the Boy Scouts of America's STEM Scouting and The United Way.
A rapidly growing and diversifying community south of the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal is getting their voices heard when it comes to the potential aesthetic and programs at a proposed new library that will serve the Middletown-Odessa-Townsend (MOT) area.
A mother of an incarcerated person is taking the criminal justice reform conversation to the next level by conversing with community and planning on the next steps towards Dover and beyond.
It was five months ago when a devastating fire destroyed the iconic Willey Farms facility in southern New Castle County but like the flowers they are cultivating from the dirt, Willey Farms is reopening from the ashes on Friday, April 12, 2019.
A pair of projects between the city of Wilmington's EPA Brownfields cleanup and Wilmington Initiatives' 12th Street Connector are in the final phase of conceptual planning.
The final of three public presentations aimed at informing those in attendance of the work being done by the Delaware Prosperity Partnership (DPP) to develop the economy in the First State.
'Bean Laughing' is one of the latest creations from Bellefonte Brewing Company in and they partnered with local companies Brew Ha-Ha and Brandywine Coffee Roasters to bring a coffee, beer concoction to the table that's less about being niche and more about quality.
The stretch of I-95 from the I-495 interchange to just past the Brandywine River Bridge is over 50 years old and DelDOT is hoping to take the 'band-aid ripping' approach to the coming inconveniences when the corridor gets major construction.
Wilmington Police are investigating into an incident in the 600 block of West 5th Street that warranted a search warrant for an entire building and additional force.
March Madness was in the air at the Grotto Pizza on Pennsylvania Avenue in Wilmington, but basketball fans had more to be excited about than brackets.
A team that's lead by Baltimore's Design Collective includes WILMPACO DelDOT, the New Castle County Department of Land Use, and the public's feedback is looking at the development of the Concord Pike Corridor from now until roughly 2040.
WDEL's Feed-A-Friend food drive managed to raise thousands of dollars for those most in need for the 13th year in a row.
In a game where the amount of penalty minutes, for both teams combined, far exceeded the time spent on the ice DMA put up a fight but place second to Voorhees, New Jersey's Eastern Regional High School by a 7-2 final.
Sahil Langote won the Delaware State Spelling Bee, two years ago, on the St. Mark's High School stage as a sixth-grader and wrapped up his years of eligibility, as an eighth grader, with another ticked punched to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
After losing to Salesianum twice in the regular season, Delaware Military Academy exacted their revenge when it counted, in the Delaware Cup finals by a 2-0 score.
The official change in command for the Delaware National Guard occurred on March 1, but the Saturday morning ceremony completed the transition as Air Force Major General Carol Timmons moved on towards retirement and Army Brigadier General Michael Berry assumed control.
A recent trend in nightlife is heading out with friends to competitively throw axes with your friends or coworkers.
Brennan Stark was just a senior at Archmere Academy when he and his best friend decided to tackle affordable living in the Wilmington area.
Just under two months into her term as the new Delaware Attorney General, Kathy Jennings took her campaign promise to the people in a town hall-style meeting at the Route 9 Library near New Castle.
Turning his focus from aspirations of world dominance in sports, one St. Mark's Spartan may actually be on his way to The Globe.
After public comment and a 5-2 vote, Dorrell Green has been named the new Superintendent of the Red Clay Consolidated School District, beating out Dr. Hugh Broomall.
A car through the front of his storefront in the 300 block of Maryland Avenue is the last thing Pride Klean owner Peter Chakonas was expecting.
The Red Clay Consolidated School District is days away from naming their new superintendent, and the final step for applicants in the process was a presentation followed by public questions and answers hosted at Cab Calloway School of the Arts.
The Delaware National Guard officially welcomed home those who deployed last calendar year in a fitting spot, outside of the norm.
The official changeover to the 'year of the pig' may not be until Monday, but the Delaware Chinese American Association (DCAA) put on a show at Dickinson High School on Saturday.
Construction will continue into 2020 but the University of Delaware has already put its stamp on the future economy of Delaware in the slabs of concrete and steel beams along South College Avenue.
Following the State of the State address from Governor John Carney, a series of town hall meetings will be held up and down the First State to discuss Delaware's proposed 2020 operating budget.
It's one thing to send out press releases and public service announcements, but one Delaware health organization is taking things a step further in the fight against particularly troublesome forms of breast cancer.