The Delaware Department of Transportation released a draft list of proposed projects, called the Capital Transportation Program, for fiscal year 2015 through fiscal year 2020 earlier this year. That list included a proposal to add an additional traffic...
After years of dedication to local police departments, Chief John Horsman will now take the lead of the Delaware Capitol Police as he was appointed its chief earlier this month. As he grew up with his father, a Maryland State Trooper, Horsman knew there...
Polytech senior Kristen Ball was chosen by the Governor’s Advisory Council for Exceptional Citizens to illustrate a book titled “All My Different Friends at School.” The book is designed to be used by the Governor’s Advisory...
A new wave of development is beginning at the corner of U.S. Route 13 and Old North Road in Camden. This project comes on the heels of the construction of a new set of stores on the same property, leaving Camden residents wondering what is moving in next....
Police are looking for a suspect involved in two Dec. 16 burglaries
Delaware State Police are advising Dover residents of a homeless sex offender, Meredith Tarbutton, 61, living somewhere in the area.
Three Seaford residents were recently identified as suspects in the Dec. 2 theft of a bucket truck in Harrington and Harrington Police are still searching for the third suspect, 44-year-old Christopher Cornish.
Members of Kenton's town council plan to again meet with an expert watchmaker to discuss plans to establish a training program for disabled veterans within the town. Former Baltimore city police officer and longtime horologist Sam Cannan, who now lives...
Caravel girls' basketball team rolled over Polytech 60-31 Monday night.
Eight-year-old South Dover Elementary's Norissa Howard is celebrating the publication of her first book, a fantasy tale that's also grounded in reality.
Members of Dover's new ad hoc Financial and Operational Advisory Committee held their first meeting Dec. 12.
Members of the Camden-Wyoming Fire Department held their Breakfast with Santa event Dec. 15, inviting all good little boys and girls in for an all-you-can-eat meal. Santa and Mrs. Claus (John and Donna Shoemaker of Felton) were on hand to hear Christmas...
A Milford man, identified as 58-year-old Roy D. Rhodes, shot by police Saturday, Dec. 14 during a stand-off in the 600 block of Del. Route 14, was pronounced dead of multiple gun shot wounds Monday evening.
Three volunteer firemen received minor injuries while fighting a house fire near Hartly Friday afternoon.
Fatigue and inexperience were the proximate causes of a May 2013 accident at Dover AFB.
Here are some fun events outside of Dover that you might want to consider diving into this weekend.
IF YOU GO WHAT Getting through the Holidays WHERE Mt. Plymouth A.M.E Church, 159 Plymouth Road, Felton WHEN 7 p.m., Wednesday Dec. 18 FOR INFO CALL (302) 284-9542 or (302) 242-6196
Children bedecked with paper reindeer antlers darted back and forth between aisles in Target on Tuesday night, scooping up gifts for themselves and their families. The group of 25 children were hand-picked from local schools by the Dover Police...
The Delaware Department of Transportation introduced Adopt-A-Highway Litter Removal Service of America as its new partner organization for the department’s Sponsor-A-Highway program last week.
State prosecutors have dropped second-degree murder charges against Jermaine M. Zachary, who was a suspect in the 2009 killing of a Seaford man.
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