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One of Newark's best-known Main Street bars has been replaced
Catherine Rooney's owner Joe McCoy has sold the bar, located in the heart of town across from University of Delaware's Academy Building, to first-time restaurant owner Jeff Frotton. He is a New Jersey native who moved to Wilmington last year after 40 years in California.
R&B's Joe to perform at Dover Downs - Delaware State News
Joe Thomas, born in Georgia and raised in Alabama, has released more than a dozen albums and compilations, including two which reached platinum status, “All That I Am” (1997) and “My Name Is Joe” (2000), and two others that attained gold status, “Better Days” (2001) and “And Then” (2003).
UPDATE: Wolf declares state of emergency after touring Delco flood damage
Less than a day after touring the devastation from raging floodwaters in Delaware County, Gov. Tom Wolf Friday signed a proclamation of disaster emergency for the commonwealth in response to a series of severe rain storms over the past week that caused flash flooding and ensuing damage to homes and
Crash on Elkton Road kills Delaware man
ELKTON – A man was killed Wednesday morning in a two-vehicle crash on Route 279 (Elkton Road), a short distance south of the Delaware state line, according to Maryland State Police.Investigators identified Leon Turulski Jr., age unavailable, of Newark, Del., as the victim. Turulski was pronounced de
Motorcycle collision closes Del. 273 near New Castle
(Photo: John Jankowski)Delaware State Police are on the scene of a collision near the intersection of Del. 273 and Appleby Road near New Castle.At 9:54 p.m. Wednesday, state police tweeted the intersection has been closed due to the collision.(Troopers are on the scene at Rte 273/Appleby for a) Coll
High water levels in Delaware River result in multiple water rescues
The woman, who was eventually pulled into a boat, wasn't injured but it was the second river rescue for city firefighters in just a few hours.
Six charged with gun, drug crimes after Dover investigation
Lutricia Ingram was charged with possession and possession with intent to deliver crack cocaine, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a firearm while committing a felony and by a prohibited person, and endangering the welfare of a child.(Photo: Dover police)
Out of Frying Pan and into Road: Chicken Fat Spills in Delaware
DOVER, Del. (AP)- A slam on the brakes sent chicken fat spilling onto a Delaware road, shutting down the slickened lanes for nearly two hours.
Man wanted in connection with Delaware armed robbery investigation; two arrested
Left to Right: Alex Durham, 24, of Frederica (WANTED); Jaron White, 30, of Dover; and Duante Morrison, 25, of Dover (Courtesy of Dover PD)
Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police Blotter: Aug. 6-12 - State of Delaware News
DOVER– To achieve public compliance with laws and regulations through education and enforcement actions that help conserve Delaware’s fish and wildlife resources and ensure safe boating and public safety, DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers between Aug. 6-12 made 3,875 contacts w
Sealed and delivered: Plans to move Dover Post Office get the go-ahead - Delaware State News
“We are still looking at different alternatives,” said Ray Daiutolo Sr., who works at USPS corporate communications. “Once a decision is made we will share that information.”
Eight die in Delaware of suspected overdoses in four-day span
The Department of Health and Social Services is issuing a warning after an uptick in deaths from suspected overdoses statewide during a four-day span.Eight people in Delaware died from suspected overdoses between Friday and Monday doubling the total for the month.The deaths occurred in all three cou
Two to face trial in 2017 Chester slaying
Vernon Jones, 19, of the 2800 block of West Sixth Street, and Leroy Spence Jr., 20, of the 1300 block of Tilghman Street, are charged with first- and third-degree murder, criminal homicide, possession of a firearm without a license, possession of instruments of crime, and criminal conspiracy, Delawa
Newark man pleads guilty to illegal dumping in New Castle County - State of Delaware News
Jonathan D. Kirk, 37, was charged with one count of cause or contributing to the disposal or discharge of solid waste materials. The charge carries a minimum fine of $500. Kirk was arraigned at Justice of the Peace Court 11 in New Castle, where he pleaded guilty.
La Tolteca opens new location in Wilmington - Delaware Business Times
Did your heart sink last month when you drove through Fairfax Shopping Center and noticed that the La Tolteca was closed? Luckily, the local Mexican restaurant didn’t close for good—it was merely preparing for a move down Concord Pike!
Delaware Court Rejects Temporary Restraining Orders Against Libel
The road to a temporary restraining order ("TRO") is well-worn; it typically requires only that a movant show a non-frivolous claim of wrongdoing, and resulting threatened imminent irreparable harm, to trigger equity's solicitude. If a weighing of the equites then demonstrates that injunctive relief
For Patriots' Duron Harmon, social injustices hit close to his Delaware home
The Magnolia, Delaware native and Caesar Rodney graduate is part of the Players Coalition, a group of NFL players advocating for an end to poverty and solutions for mass incarceration, police brutality and educational deficiencies.
Maria Bellinger Selected Preseason All-CAA Volleyball Honorable Mention - University of Delaware
Bellinger (Paramus, N.J./Paramus) started all 26 matches for Delaware last season, and was the only Blue Hen to appear in all 96 sets. She led the team with 360 kills (3.75 per set) and 18 service aces, was second on the squad with 233 digs, and tied for fourth with 36 blocks.
Del. man gets concurrent time for drug store heists
Kwesi Hudson, 37, of Wilmington, pleaded guilty to three counts of robbery and one count of aggravated assault, all felonies, under the negotiated plea worked out by Assistant District Attorney Michael Mattson and defense counsel Vincent Davalos.
- Delaware Business Now
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