DOVER — State hunters registered a record 17,265 harvested deer with the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control during the 2020-21 hunting season.
DOVER — The Dover Police Department Police Chief’s Advisory Committee and Dover Police Athletic League will hold the Uniting Neighbors Initiative Through Youth (U.N.I.T.Y.) video contest to engage young residents in crime-prevention messaging.
DOVER — Delaware nonprofits are invited to apply for general-operating grants of up to $10,000 from the Community Needs Grants program of the Delaware Community Foundation, beginning Monday at 8 a.m.
MILLSBORO — The town of Millsboro and Delaware’s Department of Transportation are hoping to turn the page on traffic-flow improvements that target congestion and turning issues.
HARRINGTON — A 47-year-old Harrington man was charged with attempted burglary after an alleged incident on Feb. 27, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper …
GEORGETOWN — Two men were arrested in connection with an alleged home invasion on Feb. 22, Georgetown police spokesman Det. Joseph Melvin said. Brandon Gibbs, 19, of Harrington, and Jahiem …
Recent audits of construction projects in the Brandywine and Colonial school districts showed that both districts spent funds they received for the projects appropriately, State Auditor Kathy McGuiness said in a press release Wednesday.
MILFORD — Fish from local waters can be surprisingly hard to buy in Delaware, but one Milford angler is bringing his fresh catch directly to the people.
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MILLSBORO — Pros and cons of golf carts on public streets in a golf course community may face Town Council’s road test this spring.
DOVER — It’s election day in your town, and you’re ready to cast a ballot for the newest slate of council members. You checked with the state a week ago to make sure you’re registered, you showed up at your polling place well before it closed, and yet, when you arrive, you're told you can't vote. What's going on?
DOVER — Entering the last quarter of the anticipated acquisition of Wesley College, Delaware State University has not yet “made any decisions around who from Wesley will be coming …
DOVER — A 22-year-old Dover man was sought as a person of interest regarding a burglary of Whatcoat United Methodist Church on Feb. 13, police said Tuesday.
DOVER — When it comes to implementation of the goals and strategies gathered in a Diversity and Inclusion Assessment presented by the Bethesda, Maryland-based IVY Planning Group to members of …
GEORGETOWN — Delaware State Police seek the public’s assistance with identifying a vehicle involved in a hit-and-run collision that left a pedestrian seriously injured.
DOVER – The Delaware General Assembly will reconvene next week in a virtual format due to the ongoing public health risks posed by the COVID-19 pandemic.  The full legislature has not met …
CAMDEN — Firefighters worked for more than an hour to bring a residential blaze under control early Tuesday, a fire company spokesman said.
DAGSBORO — Town Council granted approval to preliminary site plans for the Vines Creek Center, a proposed mix of office/retail space and apartments in the town center zoning district, on Feb. 23.
GEORGETOWN — It is the hope of the Brandywine Valley Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals that the big numbers of current adoptions will continue.
MILFORD — As the city begins its slow thaw into spring, the Delaware Nature Society is preparing to bring educational, nature-oriented programming to the Mispillion Riverwalk downtown.
DOVER — In any other winter, Dover High’s girls’ basketball season probably would have been over by now. The Senators’ season would have ended with a .500 regular-season …
DOVER — Delaware Stonewall PAC, a group focused on supporting equality for the LGBTQ community, elected several new board members at its annual membership meeting.
With millions of dollars in assistance available for customers who may be struggling to pay their energy bills, Delmarva Power says customers need to act now to secure these essential funds while they last.
NEWARK — COVID-19 case rates throughout the state are declining; however, the University of Delaware is seeing its first major outbreak since students returned to campus for the spring semester
HARRINGTON — A 37-year-old Georgetown man was charged with motor vehicle theft Saturday following an incident that ended with a crash south of Farmington, authorities said.