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In a hastily scheduled vote last week, Newark City Council gave a city employee a nearly 19 percent raise. [Read More]
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The Newark Police Department has abandoned plans to build a police firing range near Delaware City in light of concerns from some officials in that... [Read More]
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Though the weather outside was dreary, the students of Jones Elementary were completely immersed in another world Tuesday afternoon. [Read More]
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As Delaware celebrated its first sub-4:00 mile, White Clay Creek State Park was for one day the capital of First State distance running, hosting the... [Read More]
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Aiming to modernize a state law regarding service animals, four Newark Charter School sophomores were involved in every step of the process – researching the... [Read More]
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After serving the University of Delaware as executive vice president and treasurer for two years, Alan Brangman announced Monday he will step down. [Read More]
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Irish poet James Joyce once remarked that when he died, Dublin would be written on his heart. Former Vice President Joe Biden invoked Joyce's sentiment... [Read More]
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A Newark teen received his Eagle Scout rank earlier this month after completing a project to renovate a food pantry at Holy Family Church. [Read More]
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Thousands of Newarkers gathered on the University of Delaware Green on Sunday for the 47th annual Community Day festival. Hundreds of crafters, nonprofits, businesses and... [Read More]
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On Friday night, when Joey Hodges took the first snap of what would become Newark's only overtime possession and sprinted 10 yards into the end... [Read More]
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Former quarterback Joe Walker enjoyed one of the most prolific days by a Delaware wide receiver in recent years during the Blue Hens 27-10 win... [Read More]
Students are back in session at the University of Delaware, and our younger students have also returned to school. As our community transitions to its... [Read More]
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By 2022, the high school programs in the Christina School District will be reinvented to better serve students and encourage parents to keep their children... [Read More]
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Disparaging comments from council members, poor communication and issues with certain managers have led to mistrust between Newark's council and employees and low morale among... [Read More]
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Growth isn't limited to the plants in Shue-Medill Middle School's meadow; in the two years since the flowers and grasses were first planted at the... [Read More]
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Next spring, Newark will have its first self-driving vehicle. [Read More]
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Newarkers will gather on the University of Delaware Green on Sunday for the 47th annual Community Day festival. [Read More]
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Newark Charter's sports program continues to improve both in the number of athletes coming out for teams and the success those teams are then having... [Read More]
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Over the course of three days, a number of vehicles were tampered with, broken into or stolen in the area of East Delaware Avenue and... [Read More]
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A Newark woman is one of two people charged with the armed robberies of two banks in Pennsylvania, police said. [Read More]
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