As music played and the smell of hot dogs on the grill wafted through Dickey Park, 7-year-old Ryder Smith and Cpl. Brandon Walker teamed up for a game of ladder ball. After a successful toss, Ryder grinned widely and bumped fists with the police officer.
Two weeks after finding out his stint as acting city manager will continue longer than expected, Tom Coleman was rewarded handsomely for his work over the past 15 months.
A new organization meant to replace the Downtown Newark Partnership and encompass a broader cross-section of the city is one step closer to fruition.
A Newark man was arrested following the discovery of 10 different steroids in his vehicle, which he was planning to send through the mail, police said.
This summer, the Newark Bike Project has endeavored to keep kids active while also showing them how to take advantage of everything Newark has to offer, on their bikes.
A man wanted for allegedly assaulting a police officer in Maryland was arrested after a K-9 officer tracked him through White Clay Creek State Park, police said Monday.
Construction at Delaware Stadium will severely limit the number of guests who can attend the University of Delaware’s commencement next spring, UD officials announced last week.
A Newark man who robbed two University of Delaware students and then threatened one from his jail cell was sentenced to 11 years in prison.
When a group of Downes Elementary School students gathered at the Newark Free Public Library to chat with their peers Tuesday morning, they engaged in a dialogue that spanned languages, cultures and timezones.
Dozens of volunteers descended on the Newark Reservoir this week to begin constructing Preston’s Playground. Planned for more than three years, the playground is meant to allow all children – regardless of disabilities – to play together in a safe, accessible space. The bulk of the work is e…
Battle of the Bars: Friday, 5 to 8 p.m., at Courtyard Marriott, 400 David Hollowell Drive. Eight Newark bars will compete to raise the most money charity. Free.
Three years ago this month, prime real estate in Newark’s downtown area came on the market after Kildare’s Irish Pub closed its doors.