A Newark-area man is facing multiple gun and drug charges after allegedly shooting at his neighbor’s vehicle from his porch, police said.
A demolition crew began tearing down two old houses on Delaware Avenue on Friday to make room for the city of Newark to expand a parking lot.
Maryland State Police investigators arrested a Newark-area man Friday morning, a day after he allegedly assaulted his supervisor at an Elkton warehouse and "threatened to kill everyone in the building," police reported.
Since the University Courtyard Apartments officially came under the University of Delaware’s ownership last month, many of the changes have been “behind the walls,” said Michele Kane, senior associate director of residence life and housing.
Delaware Department of Transportation officials are studying whether the intersection of South Chapel Street and Wyoming Road needs a traffic light.
Heavy machinery began ripping down vacant storefronts in College Square Shopping Center this week as an ambitious redevelopment plan kicks into gear.
After 53 years on Hillside Road, the Rodney dorms soon will come tumbling down – the latest step in a plan to convert the site into a stormwater pond and park.
Expect congestion and heavier traffic when driving through Newark this weekend, because the University of Delaware students will be back on campus in full force.
In two instances last week, traffic violations led to drug-related charges. In one case, the driver was illegally in possession of a gun, police said.
Some came for the beer, some came for the music, and some came for the camaraderie. Others stopped by because they were jogging or biking on the Pomeroy Trail and the Parks on Draft beer garden made for an inviting resting point.
A Delaware woman has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and other crimes in a residential arson that left three Wilmington firefighters dead.
A Newark man is facing numerous charges, including two weapon offenses, after police busted an underage party at the Red Roof Inn early Tuesday morning.
The city of Newark and Mayor Jerry Clifton have filed suit against New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer and county council, the latest salvo in a months-long dispute over a change in the way the county is calculating taxes owed by Newark residents.
Chanting “We are one. We have each other’s backs,” members of Newark’s various faith communities came together Sunday to promote diversity and call for an end to gun violence.
The Newark Police Department held its second-annual P.A.L. Party at Dickey Park on Saturday evening. Intended to foster better relationships with the community, the event was organized by the newly formed Newark chapter of the Police Athletic League. Police officers grilled up hot dogs and h…
Visitors to Pencader Heritage Museum were treated to the sounds of Revolutionary War-era fifes and drums as three colonial-inspired groups “mustered” there Friday night for a joint performance.