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During the first Women's March in January 2017, more than 1,000 people demonstrated in Newark to support women's rights and express their anger and frustration... [Read More]
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Mayor Polly Sierer announced Friday morning she will not seek a third term, throwing the race for Newark's top elected position wide open with two... [Read More]
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Mayor Polly Sierer announced Friday morning she will not seek a third term, throwing the race for Newark's top elected position wide open with two... [Read More]
Community worship service: Sunday, 3 p.m., at St. John AM Church, 77 New London Road. Community members are invited to help celebrate the legacy of... [Read More]
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After purchasing a new communications platform earlier this year, the Christina School District has been reaching out to parents and the community at large to... [Read More]
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For the 13th year, downtown Newark restaurants are hoping a week of specials will help lure in customers during a traditionally slow month. [Read More]
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The Goodwill in Newark Shopping Center reopened after renovations this month, offering Newarkers an updated, larger place to shop. [Read More]
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This week's Out of the Attic item is a February 1964 Newark Weekly photo of a group of teens shoveling snow along Main Street. [Read More]
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Coming back to West Park Place Elementary was like coming home, Tracy Novack said in her first month into her tenure as principal. [Read More]
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Though Brian Broad only recently signed a lease to open a record store cafe in Market East Plaza, he has spent the last 14 years... [Read More]
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A crash in which a tractor-trailer rolled over on Interstate 95 in Elkton near the state line and came to rest on its roof Thursday... [Read More]
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Police are searching for a knife-wielding man who robbed a Newark gas station early Thursday morning. [Read More]
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Two people accused of robbing a Newark bank last month were arrested by United States Marshals in Camden, N.J., on Wednesday. [Read More]
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Robberies in Newark hit a 13-year low in 2018, but the city also saw an increase in rapes and thefts. [Read More]
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What does it take to run for office? Network Delaware sought to answer that with its first Newark-based public office workshop last week. [Read More]
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Before the doors open and customers place their orders at Buffalo Wild Wings, a good amount of preparation goes into the average day. [Read More]
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Facing complaints over their response to last weekend's snowstorm, Newark officials promised to re-evaluate the city's plowing guidelines. [Read More]
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A handcuffed, drunken-driving suspect stole a Maryland State Police patrol car at an Elkton accident scene Monday, struck a nearby fire truck as he sped... [Read More]
There was a different aura a week ago Monday morning as the Yellowjacket football players walked through the hallways of Newark High School with a... [Read More]
For 24 hours this weekend, University of Delaware ROTC cadets and members of VFW Post 475 made sure prisoners of war and those missing in... [Read More]
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