Delaware’s Division of Public Health released Ebola virus information and prevention resources Monday amid growing public concern regarding the disease.
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.
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 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.
Gas prices in Delaware continue to take a dive. AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average price for a gallon of regular in Delaware dipped 11 cents from $3.07 a week ago to $2.96.
Delaware Republicans are frowning at the state’s lack of direct democracy outlets as Election Day draws closer.
In his weekly message, Governor Jack Markell highlighted the importance of volunteerism in the First State.
UD and DSU suffer homecoming losses, while Wesley College remains undefeated with another blow-out victory.
Labor unions and state officials are eying a privately held piece of land just south of the Delaware Memorial Bridge to expand the area’s maritime presence and shelve the City of Wilmington's violent perception.
UD entertains Towson and DSU welcomes North Carolina A&T in their respective homecoming contests. Wesley takes its 6-0 record to Menlo College.