A driver had to be rescued Saturday afternoon after attempting to drive through a flooded underpass after heavy rain fell in Newark.
“I just want to do it – to have a paper as a medium for other people, and to try to do something really worthwhile for the town and country. And a paper can do that, if the right man is at the back of it. Whether I am the right man is to be proven.” – Everett C. Johnson, Jan. 26, 1910
Pattie Buchanan, the former principal at Thurgood Marshall Elementary School, loved reading, loved teaching kids the importance of literacy and loved libraries.
A former Canadian Armed Forces reservist plotted with other members of a white supremacist group to carry out "essentially a paramilitary strike" at a Virginia gun rights rally, a federal prosecutor said Wednesday.
A proposal by Democratic lawmakers in Delaware to outlaw homemade "ghost guns," which can't be traced by law enforcement agents because they don't have serial numbers or are fashioned from parts created with 3-D printers, has cleared its first legislative hurdle.
One person was arrested and three others are still being sought in connection with the robbery and assault of a Newark motel employee last fall, police said.
A hidden camera inside a Newark-area apartment captured members of a white supremacist group expressing hope that violence at a gun rights rally in Virginia this week could start a civil war, federal prosecutors said in a court filing Tuesday.
While a new legislative session is under way in Delaware, many issues this year involve bills left hanging at the conclusion of last year’s session.
Brianna Pearson and her family have a long tradition of volunteering, and Monday morning was no different, as the University of Delaware junior was helping hand out food boxes during a service project at the George Wilson Center.