SEAFORD — A community-based renovation project at the historic Sussex Montessori School has landed a substantial financial boost from the Meoli Companies.
NEWARK — Things that once seemed like science fiction are becoming a reality in health care. Consumers are already using smartphones’ health sensors to improve their general nutrition and fitness. And Dr. Bertalan Meskó, director of the Medical Futurist Institute in Budapest, Hungary, thinks that is only the beginning.
DOVER — There were no spiked footballs or end zone celebrations. But students at Fairview Elementary School were certainly excited when they took home state championship honors in the fifth annual READBowl global reading competition.
DOVER — Delaware State University plans to consider capacity improvements for future graduation ceremonies after a venue change provided limited seating for attendees of last Saturday’s …
MILTON — A woman was charged with two misdemeanors in March after she allegedly struck an 8-year-old student with Down syndrome on the head while she was working as a bus aide for the Cape Henlopen School District on Jan. 21.
OCEAN VIEW — Dr. Jennah Truitt of Lord Baltimore Elementary School has been selected as Indian River School District’s Teacher of the Year.
DOVER — Dr. Esosa Iriowen, a Delaware State University adjunct associate professor of chemistry, recently received two humanitarian awards: a Melvin Jones Fellowship and a Ted Reiver Fellowship.
CAMDEN — Out of 80 competing teams from across the country, Team Delaware from Caesar Rodney High School earned first place in the culinary competition at the 2022 National ProStart Invitational on May 6-8.
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DOVER — In honor of its 2022 Junior ROTC scholarship winners, Brig. Gen. Kenneth M. Haltom, state judge advocate for the Delaware Air National Guard, will speak to the Dover chapter of the Military Officers Association of America at its dinner meeting May 19 at Roma Italian Ristorante, 3 President Drive.
LEWES — Lewes resident Rozi Diane Berberian believed an international outlook gives people a competitive edge in a culturally diverse world. During her life, she spent countless hours and raised thousands of dollars to support overseas study for students of Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens Campus.
CAMDEN — Due to a water main break on the campus of Caesar Rodney High School, all classes Tuesday will be held under “remote learning” conditions, the district said. The building …
DOVER — Former Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance-Bottoms extended her support for the Delaware State women’s lacrosse team during her commencement address at the university’s graduation …
DOVER — Instead of being interviewed by big-time journalists, Sydney Anderson may be one herself someday. For now, however, she’s the Delaware State University sophomore who …
GEORGETOWN — All the boxes are checked and state approval is in hand for the Bryan Allen Stevenson School of Excellence, a free, public charter school that will embrace a service-learning …
DOVER — Last month’s stop of a bus carrying the Delaware State University women’s lacrosse squad in Georgia is headed toward federal scrutiny. Speaking to the media in a Zoom …
SMYRNA — The Smyrna School District announced Thursday that its superintendent, Patrik Williams, will be retiring Aug. 1 after a 37-year career in public education.
DOVER — Delaware State University’s commencement on Saturday will be moved indoors due to a thunderstorm in the weather forecast. Guests with a bar-coded ticket marked MHIR will be …
DOVER — The traffic stop of a bus transporting the Delaware State University women’s lacrosse team last month in Georgia was a topic of national discussion on Wednesday. According to …
DOVER — At first glance, deputies seemingly handled the April 20 stop of a charter bus transporting the Delaware State University women’s lacrosse team in Liberty County, Georgia, properly, Sheriff William Bowman said Tuesday.
GEORGETOWN — Pathways to Success and Delaware’s first lady Tracey Quillen Carney are on the same page when it comes to education. On Monday and Tuesday, Ms. Carney visited Pathways’ four high school sites — Seaford, Sussex Tech, Cape Henlopen and Milford — for tours and classroom sit-ins.
DOVER — There are nine Delaware State University graduates with 4.0 grade-point averages who will be making the walk to receive their diplomas Saturday at 10 a.m. at Alumni …
Over 100 students from schools and/or after-school programs statewide participated in DART’S “Stuff the Bus” poster contest, showcasing their vision of this year’s theme, “Stuff the Bus, 25th Anniversary Logo Challenge!”
STATEWIDE — Votes were cast statewide Tuesday in a dozen Delaware public school districts for board of education seats. Five Kent County districts featured contested races. Felecia R. …