Delaware State University has inked a deal with K.W. Lands, LLC. to lease the Sheraton Dover Hotel for 15 years. The university will use the hotel for additional residential space for students as the college begins its plan to renovate and upgrade the existing residential halls on campus.
Members of a citizen's committee formed to study the future of the Caesar Rodney School District told school board members they see a problem with overcrowding in the district's middle and high schools.
Delaware State Police Troopers and EMS responded to a call at a residence in the 100 block of Presidents Drive, in the Capitol Park neighborhood of Dover early Wednesday night, after receiving a call stating that two subjects had been shot.
Bayhealth will be part of this year’s Community Education and Health Fair on June 20 at the Modern Maturity Center, in Dover. The educational fair is free and open to the public from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Members of the Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Unit are investigating a fatal pedestrian accident involving a Smyrna man, identified as Garabed D. Zakarian, 55. The driver was identified as R. Brandon Jones, 68, of Smyrna.
At around 1:30 a.m. on Thursday May 6 Daniel Richardson was driving his 2006 Ford F250 pick-up truck south on Fox Hunters Road in Harrington. Richardson lost control of the truck while trying to navigate a curve in the road. The truck spun out of control, struck an electrical pole, a cement culvert and then rolling and coming to a stop in a...
Kyle Busch has run eight NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races at Dover International Speedway, which adds up to 1,604 possible laps [the 2006 race ran four extra laps]. Consider that he's led 761 of those laps – 47.4 percent – and it gives an idea of how dominant Busch has been in this series at the Monster Mile.