Tracking Covid-19 in and around Delaware
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Millissa Summers got the best birthday present she could ever imagine.
Investigators are working to determine what started a fire at a Claymont apartment building that left more than 40 residents in need of emerge…
The Brandywine Valley SPCA was already expecting 90 animals to arrive on Saturday as part of a regular flight from Louisiana when they got a c…
New Castle County will likely be the new owner of the Sheraton South hotel near New Castle.
In the short-term, buying a hotel is an innovative solution to house those experiencing homelessness--a number that's rising rapidly with the …
The Brandywine Valley SPCA is flying in 107 shelter dogs from Louisiana, hoping the Delaware Valley is a better place for the animals to find a home.
'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.
How are Delaware's homeless people being helped during the COVID-19 crisis? Are some not even aware of the risk? And, what about the organizations that are trying to help them?
Let your dog loose from a leash in the wrong place, or keep your pet tied up for too long, and you could face a penalty under a new Delaware law.