A Dover High student sustained a non-life-threatening laceration after another student swung a pocket knife at him Tuesday, authorities said.
Woodsmoke drifted through the Green on a cold Saturday afternoon in Dover. Gathered around a small fire was the First State Club, a group of teenagers interested in Delaware history. Today, …
The Redding Consortium and the Wilmington Learning Collaborative are two educational vehicles that prioritize equity and positive outcomes for students in Delaware’s largest city.
Citywide Black History Month is highlighting culture, art, music and dance this year. With the Dover museums in full swing on Feb. 3 for First Saturday, my day on The Green was heavy on history. …
The actions of a then-Sussex Central High School principal regarding a video of a student that he shared last year were scrutinized during his termination hearing Thursday.
DOVER — Kent Master Gardeners will be awarding three $1,500 scholarships for the 2024-2025 academic year to students who have been a Kent County Delaware resident for at least two years prior …
GEORGETOWN — Sussex Tech Adult Ed offers the following articulation programs to Sussex Technical High School seniors:  Phlebotomy Technician Program, Forklift Certification Training, …
WILMINGTON — Delaware Technical Community College will recognize Wilmington native Logan Herring at its annual Black History Month Honoree Celebration February 20 at noon at the College’s …
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DOVER — Certain students across the state started a four-day weekend when the final bell rang on Thursday, while others will still enjoy President’s Day, this coming Monday, off. …
Before approving paperwork to advance the Cape Henlopen School District’s referendum, scheduled March 26, the board of education heard superintendent Bob Fulton describe a swimming pool project he said he’s heard a lot about in the community.
Bayhealth teamed up with the Blood Bank of Delmarva and Delaware State University Athletics to host the third annual Ballin’ for Blood Drive on Feb. 1.
An encampment of around 16 homeless individuals living in tents adjacent to Delaware State University has been a pressing safety concern for City Councilman Roy Sudler Jr.
DOVER — Delaware State University has named United Airlines Captain and Chair of the University’s Aviation Advisory Council, CJ Charlton, as the Aviation Program director. A 1995 …
DOVER — Academy of Dover Charter School recently closed on a $4.24 million tax-exempt bond issuance to fund a portion of the school’s purchase of land and two buildings on the …
LEWES — One of the central arguments Kathy Carpenter makes toward the Delaware Inter scholastic Athletics Association’s rules for student athletes is: Has a board ever determined your …
WYOMING — GOLO, the Delaware-based health and wellness solutions company, and Project Fit America, a national non-profit that creates and administers fitness in education programming for …
The Delaware Court of Chancery announces its second annual Legal History Art Contest, open to Delaware students in grades 7-12. The contest marks the upcoming 70th anniversary of the United …
CAMDEN —  A 17-year-old Caesar Rodney High student was arrested after two knives were found in his backpack Tuesday morning, Delaware State Police said.
MILFORD— The Milford School District proposed a plan for student success in the coming years. At the district’s board meeting on Jan. 22, the ‘Building our Future’ plan …
University of Delaware president Dr. Dennis Assanis presented over $146 million in budget requests for the upcoming fiscal year to members of the Joint Finance Committee on Thursday.
DOVER — Following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, students’ mental health needs have been prioritized amongst lawmakers in Delaware’s General Assembly. The need for such …
DOVER — A former Capital School District paraprofessional has been charged with child abuse following investigation into an incident last fall, Dover Police said.
In a turnabout, the Indian River School District's board of education unanimously agreed Jan. 29 to fund a portion of the cost for a school resource officer at Lord Baltimore Elementary School.
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