Police have identified a Newark woman who was struck and killed by a car east of the city on Tuesday night.
Christina School District Superintendent Richard Gregg will step down at the end of the school year, district officials announced Tuesday.
When the Newark Arts Alliance announced its inaugural gingerbread house contest earlier this fall, Joseph Daigle immediately got to work planning his scale-model of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater.
Santa Claus came to town this weekend as Newark marked the unofficial start of the Christmas season. The fun kicked off with the annual Winterfest celebration on the Academy Lawn, which included a tree lighting, roasted chestnuts and music and dance performances. In conjunction with Winterfe…
A drug dealer will spend the next two decades in prison after a federal court held him responsible for the overdose death of a Newark man who bought fentanyl-laced heroin distributed by the dealer.
Two former volleyball coaches who claimed they were fired from the University of Delaware based on age and sexual orientation are appealing a judge’s ruling in favor of the school.
A man attempting to fraudulently cash a check at a Newark bank was captured after he injured himself by running into the bank’s locked door, police said.
Newark Police are searching for the people who smashed the glass door of a cellphone store and stole “a significant amount” of merchandise, officials said.
Demolition is continuing at the site of the University of Delaware's Rodney dorms, which are being torn down to make way for a city-owned park and stormwater pond. The work began at the back of the property in September, and crews have now reached the buildings closest to Hillside Road. The …
An arson investigation is continuing after someone set fire to a commercial vehicle that was found abandoned in Maryland on Monday — a day after it had been reported stolen in Brookside, according to the Maryland Office of the State Fire Marshal.