Nearly a dozen face charges after brawls at Newark High School

Nearly a dozen face charges after brawls at Newark High School

More than a dozen students were taken into police custody today after several fights broke out at Newark High School. The first incident occurred around 7 Monday morning when school staff broke up a fight in the A Cafeteria. Newark Police were on the scene to investigate when another large fight broke out in the C and D hallways of the school. ...More
First State corn and soybean harvest projections grow

First State corn and soybean harvest projections grow

First State farmers are expected to set new records for corn and soybean harvests. US Department of Agriculture officials project 8.4 million bushels of soybeans to be harvested in Delaware, up 28 percent from last year. They also predict grain corn to see modest gains, but still reaching record levels. ...More
Appoquinimink School District receives donation of tablets from Amazon

Appoquinimink School District receives donation of tablets from Amazon

A Middletown elementary school is benefiting from a recent donation of tablet computers - which Appoquinimink School District hopes will get students engaged in the learning process. 55 Kindle Fire HD7 devices were presented to students at Brick Mill Elementary by Amazon.com's Middletown Fulfillment center. ...More
Dept. of Public Health offers Ebola guidelines

Dept. of Public Health offers Ebola guidelines

Delaware’s Division of Public Health released Ebola virus information and prevention resources Monday amid growing public concern regarding the disease. ...More
State receives federal grant to battle substance abuse in youth population

State receives federal grant to battle substance abuse in youth population

The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services received a $10 million federal grant to promote substance abuse prevention programs. The 5-year grant will fund substance abuse prevention services for Delawareans ages 12 to 25. ...More
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