Tim Norris’ job was to mop floors and empty trashcans, but to the students at Downes Elementary School, his impact went far beyond his official duties as chief custodian.
At the Newark Free Library, there’s of course no shortage of books, audiobooks, DVDs and CDs to borrow. However, the newest item available for checkout might turn some heads.
The Christina School Board has agreed to a do-over after determining that last week’s vote to fill a vacant seat violated state law.
More than two decades after a woman was raped while walking down Barksdale Road, police have indicted and arrested a suspect – thanks to advanced DNA testing and genealogical databases.
The Pencader Heritage Museum has been digitizing old Newark City Council meeting minutes and shares excerpts with Newark Post readers in a weekly column. The museum, at 2029 Sunset Lake Road, is open the first and third Saturdays of each month from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and every Wednesday noon …
After more than a year of debate in the community, a developer has received approval to raze the shuttered Dickinson dorm complex and replace it with off-campus student housing.
If You Go What: Newark’s Halloween parade When: Sunday, Oct. 27, 3 p.m. Where: Main Street, between Tyre Avenue and South College Avenue Other info: Immediately after the parade, kids are invited to trick-or-treat at downtown businesses
An employee of a Newark restaurant has been charged with punching a customer and knocking him unconscious, police said.
A plan to build 30 apartments and additional retail space at the corner of Main Street and Tyre Avenue moved forward last week, as the planning commission recommended city council approve the plan.
A week after Finn McCool’s Irish Gastropub abruptly closed, its owner is speaking out about what he says doomed the business.
Madinah Wilson-Anton, a Newark native and community advocate, is seeking to become the next representative of the 26th House District to shake up a system she says is broken.