School is out for the summer, but thanks to the Newark Free Library, kids have additional incentives to keep their reading skills sharp.
Earlier this week, a Newark Charter School student was among 42 others competing in a challenge that puts their chemistry knowledge to the test.
A construction crew gave new meaning to the term “mobile home” on Wednesday as workers moved a house from New London Road to Wilson Street.
Delaware Department of Transportation officials are once again proposing a solution to the congested intersection of Woodlawn Avenue and Capitol Trail, but the idea is already prompting complaints from residents of Stafford, Windy Hills and surrounding neighborhoods.
Fundraising for Newark’s new Police Athletic League chapter kicked off with a guest bartending event on Tuesday evening.
Just two years after Las Américas ASPIRA Academy finished its expansion in a former warehouse on Ruthar Drive, the school is taking the next step: opening a high school.
Two women are facing charges after one allegedly punched a Newark Police officer attempting to arrest her friend on suspicion of DUI, authorities said.
Across the University of Delaware’s athletic complex on Friday and Saturday, athletes gathered to compete for the top honors in their sport. The occasion marked the 49th annual Special Olympics Delaware's Summer Games.
Dozens of law enforcement officers concluded a three-day, 160-mile torch run in Newark on Friday, carrying the Special Olympics torch down Main Street and South College Avenue.
News literacy workshop: Friday, 7 p.m., at the Newark Free Library, 750 Library Ave. This presentation uses the rise of fake news, so often widely disdained by commentators across America, as an opportunity to reflect on some of our most treasured (and least closely examined) assumptions abo…
When physical education teacher Sandy Hudson retires from Downes Elementary School this year, she’ll have completed a cycle that began when she was a little girl, living down the street from the school and attending classes there.
When Aetna Hose, Hook and Ladder Company fire engines arrived outside of the historic Green Mansion on Main Street for a search-and-rescue operation last week, it was members of city council donning the gear.
A proposal to increase Delaware's minimum wage to $15 an hour cleared its first legislative hurdle Wednesday despite vocal opposition from the business, hospitality and agriculture communities.