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LAUREL — Friday was moving day for yet another family displaced by the Jan. 27 Rigbie apartment fire. Two weeks after the blaze destroyed the century-old multistory, multiunit apartment complex in downtown Laurel — leaving 15 families homeless — all but four of them are residing in permanent or temporary housing through efforts spurred by the Good Ole Boy Foundation. more
MAGNOLIA — Angel Toran, 22, and her fiance, Ny’Jier Murphy, 24, both of Magnolia, were arrested Thursday for murder by abuse or neglect and related charges in connection to the death of their infant, authorities said. more
CAMBRIDGE, Md. — A man from Millsboro, Delaware, was charged with kidnapping, assault and related offenses after his alleged victim told employees of a bank that she was being held against her will. more
LITTLE CREEK — A little less than 24 hours after a residential fire left two dead and three critically injured, neighbors were still reeling Monday. more
LITTLE CREEK — Three adults and one child were in critical condition Sunday evening following a residential fire on Main Street. Around 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Assistant State Fire Marshal Michael … more
LAUREL — From ashes and ruin has risen a chance for a brighter future. Efforts continue to get a dozen families — more than 50 children and adults who lost essentially everything they own in a Jan. 27 apartment fire in Laurel — back on their feet via a massive crusade spurred by the Good Ole Boy Foundation and its vast network. more
WILMINGTON — A Delaware State Police trooper has been absolved of any criminal liability for the fatal shooting of a woman during a response in Seaford last year. That determination came … more
WILMINGTON — Delaware has seen 50 arrests in human trafficking cases in the past five years, but as Attorney General Kathy Jennings said, far more could have been made. “And in each of … more
DOVER — Delaware State University was among at least six historically Black colleges and universities to receive bomb threats Monday morning, closing campuses across the region. more
DOVER — Sixty shooting incidents occurred during 2020, including nine homicides, in the city of Dover. Last year, three people died among 47 shootings in Delaware’s capital … more
The incident required police presence, but no arrest was made. In response to a face covering complaint at Planet Fitness on North DuPont Boulevard on Jan. 14, Milford officers visited the gym, but the maskless patron agreed to leave. more
LAUREL — Dozens of people are homeless after a three-alarm fire Thursday destroyed an apartment building that occupied the former Rigbie Hotel, a downtown landmark that had stood for more than a century. more
CAMBRIDGE – Maryland State Police are investigating the apparent murder of two men found deceased in Dorchester County late Tuesday night. Identities of the deceased are pending next of kin … more
DOVER — For Logan Spicer, the path to becoming an award-winning police officer was paved long ago and by a quite familiar source. In December, the Dover Police Department detective received the Robert J. Seinsoth Memorial Award as the 2021 Delaware Crime Stoppers Law Enforcement Officer of the Year, just as his father, DPD’s current deputy chief, Maj. Dave Spicer, did as a detective in 2003. more
NEWARK — State Rep. Gerald Brady has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of shoplifting in connection to two incidents at a Newark Acme, police said. more
Mark A. Tyler of Salisbury is the new magistrate of the First Judicial Circuit, succeeding Robert E. Laird Jr. who retired after 16 years of service. Magistrate Tyler will … more
DOVER — They arrive at the Dover Police Department at 6 or 7 in the morning to begin a 10- to 12-hour training session. That’s every weekday for 20 weeks until … more
WILMINGTON — Hunt Companies, Inc., one of the largest providers of privatized military housing to the U.S. armed forces, agreed to a $500,000 settlement with the U.S. government to resolve … more
WILMINGTON — State Sen. Darius Brown was found not guilty on two misdemeanor charges — offensive touching and disorderly conduct — on Thursday.  more
WILMINGTON — The trial of a Delaware senator accused of punching a woman in the head while together at a restaurant last year opened Wednesday with her version of events and testimony from … more
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