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DOVER — Continuing his effort to ensure the city receives more money from the American Rescue Plan Act, Mayor Robin Christiansen might be filing a federal lawsuit. more
DOVER — Kent County Levy Court commissioners decided Tuesday to provide $300,000 in grants to area law enforcement agencies. Of the $300,000, a third will be given to the Delaware State … more
DOVER — The tulips that have beautified the city of Dover this spring will be given away in a drive-thru fashion at the Pitts Center on June 5 from 9 a.m. until noon. City officials request … more
DOVER — Delaware State University announced Wednesday that it will cancel up to $730,655 in debt for recently graduated students who have faced financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
DOVER — After a year marked by a global pandemic, social unrest and a tornado touching down in Delaware, Mayor Robin Christiansen reflected on the challenges that have faced his constituents … more
DOVER — Dover International Speedway will host walk-up COVID-19 vaccination events Saturday and Sunday during its NASCAR tripleheader weekend, track officials announced Tuesday. more
DOVER — The Drydene 400 NASCAR Cup Series race, scheduled to take the green flag Sunday at 2 p.m. at Dover International Speedway, is a sellout — with a caveat. more
DOVER — A 47-year-old woman was shot in the leg Sunday, Dover police spokesman Sgt. Mark Hoffman said. more
DOVER — Two Dover residents were arrested on firearms-related offenses Wednesday, authorities said. more
DOVER — There was no way that Dover Police Chief Thomas Johnson could have predicted all the challenges that would get in his department’s way when he began his tenure Feb. 14, 2020. more
DOVER — A 22-year-old Dover man is facing a first-degree murder charge in an April 12 shooting case, authorities said. more
DOVER — The American Legion, Walter L. Fox Post 2 will hold its annual Fourth of July Parade on Sunday, July 4 Participants are encouraged to enter floats, vehicles ormarching units using … more
DOVER — The flowers are in full bloom, and the pace is about to pick up in downtown Dover, as First Friday activities are set to return this week, bringing extended shopping hours, free seed projects, food samples and, as always, buskers performing in front of businesses. more
DOVER — Carolyn Fredricks, president and CEO of the Modern Maturity Center in Dover, was presented a Kent County Levy Court Medal of Honor for her dedication and advocacy on behalf of older adults at the commissioners’ meeting Tuesday. more
DOVER — The Air Mobility Command Museum, whose indoor exhibits have been closed to the public for more than a year, is set to get its operations up and flying again. more
DOVER — The way Me’Lik S. Purnell sees it, everybody deserves the chance to snuggle up with a good book. That’s why Me’Lik, a 16-year-old sophomore at Polytech High School, … more
DOVER — Individuals who might have found themselves unemployed or underemployed during the COVID-19 pandemic are welcome to attend the city of Dover’s Job Fair on Thursday at the John W. Pitts Recreation Center. more
DOVER — A 20-year-old woman was uninjured Tuesday after her vehicle was struck by gunfire multiple times as she was leaving a cemetery gathering for a homicide victim, Dover police spokesman Sgt. Mark Hoffman said. more
DOVER — After 148 years, Wesley College is about to be radically transformed. A few months from now, Wesley will, barring something completely unexpected, no longer exist. Instead, the … more
DOVER — A 31-year-old Camden man was arrested on weapons and related charges following a physical altercation Thursday, Delaware State Police spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper said. more
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