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VIDEO | 'It's going to be fabulous': Harley-Davidson to relocate from New Castle to Middletown
Near the end of the month, Harley-Davidson will be moving out, shifting its personnel and its inventory of motorcycles, equipment, helmets and leather jackets to the Smyrna facility while a new dealership is being built in Middletown.
Report: Sixers trade Mikal Bridges to Suns for Zhaire Smith, 2021 1st-round pick
Sixers drafted Villanova productMikal Bridgeswith the No. 10 overall pick in the 2018 NBA draft(see story). However, a short time later they sent Bridges to Phoenix for No. 16 pickZhaire Smithand a 2021 Miami first-round selection, per a report fromYahoo! Sports' Shams Charania." class="canvas-atom
4 Maryland men arrested in New Castle double shooting
Four men have been arrested in Maryland in connection to a double shooting in New Castle, Delaware, police said Thursday.
Four Elkton men charged in Delaware shooting
NEW CASTLE, Del. — Four Elkton men have been charged with shooting two people in a Delaware neighborhood, police said Thursday.The shooting happened just after 8 p.m. June 13 in the Rambleton Acres neighborhood near New Castle, according to Master Cpl. Michel Eckerd, a spokesman for New Castle Count
VIDEO | Explosive investigation in Kirkwood
Part of a neighborhood in Kirkwood was on lockdown for nearly ten hours as the result of an investigation into possible explosive devices found inside a home.New Castle County police were called to the 900 block of Clydesdale Drive in Rolling Meadows around 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, June 21, 2018 for
Woman kicked and beaten with baseball bat at Newark DART hub, police say
Miranda was sent to Howard R. Young Correctional Institute in lieu of $79,250 secured bail. Beers was sent Delores J. Baylor Women’s Correctional Institution in lieu of $32,500 secured bail.
African American Festival Saturday in Dover - Delaware State News
Organized and sponsored by the Dover-based Inner City Cultural League and founded in 1991 by Mr. Salters, a former Dover City Councilman, and former state Rep. Donald Blakey, the festival will celebrate its 28th year on Saturday.
Man injured in Dover shooting; investigation ongoing
Delaware State Police say on Wednesday, around 10:30 PM, troopers responded to a local hospital where a 19-year-old victim was brought in with a gunshot wound. Troopers learned that the shooting happened on the 100 block of President Drive, in Capitol Park, when the victim was behind his residence s
Newark man charged with spraying chemical at, punching patrons in McDonald's
A 62-year-old Newark man allegedly sprayed several patrons in a city fast food establishment with a "disabling chemical spray" following an altercation with a woman and then her boyfriend.According to Newark Police, Stephen Mikulcik was in the McDonald's at 815 South College Avenue on Sunday, June 1
Belvedere double homicide: People need to 'step up' and help solve, NCCo Police Chief says
But it’s not just the slaying of Doris E. Dorsey and family friend Vincent DiMenco, 35, that has Col. Vaughn Bond Jr. "sick and tired," it's also people who are withholding information about this homicide — and other killings.
Police: Jewelry stolen in Dover burglary; investigation ongoing
The Dover Police Department says on Tuesday, between 3:00 PM and 5:15 PM, a burglary happened at a residence in the 300 block of Mifflin Road. Police say an unknown suspect forced entry into the vacant home through a side door.
Bear sighted by Cecil County Dragway
Finding a safe place to stop, and losing daylight as it was near 8:30 p.m., she took pictures with her phone.
Harris named wrestling coach at Smyrna: Dover coach, AD replaces Kurt Howell - Delaware State News
Harris will give up his athletic director job with the move to Smyrna, making his sole job in athletics next season coaching wrestling.“If you’re going to do that, what better place to do that in?” Harris said of Smyrna.
What the Frylus? McDonald's giving away free 'Frylus' selfie accessories Thursday
For National Selfie Day Thursday, McDonald’s is rolling out a new selfie-photo accessory, the "Frylus."
Suspected drug lab under investigation at Montgomery County apartment
A hazmat situation is under investigation at a Montgomery County apartment complex.MONTGOMERY COUNTY (WTXF)- Crews were on the scene of a suspected drug lab at a Montgomery County apartment Wednesday morning.Officials arrived on the scene at Rolling Hills Apartments around 3 a.m., closing off Bucher
Former Smyrna High teacher gets 12 years for sex crimes
Joshua Rutherford, a former Smyrna High School teacher and track coach accused of seeking child pornography and sex with a child, will spend 12 years in jail.
Employee accused of having drugs at assisted living facility on Eastern Shore
The Queen Anne's County Office of the Sheriff said drugs were found at Safe Haven Manor, on Charles Street in Sudlersville, at 6:49 a.m. on Monday.
Delaware lawmakers pass 'red flag' gun control bill
On Tuesday, the Senate passed House Substitute for House Bill 222, a measure that allows law enforcement officers to obtain an emergency lethal violence protective order against a person if a Justice of the Peace Court deems them a danger of causing physical injury by owning, possessing, controlling
Miss Delaware Joanna Wicks on feminism, the #MeToo era and her talent of speed painting
The New Castle resident was crowned the 76th Miss Delaware on Saturday night. She was one of 13 women who were judged on swimsuit, formal attire, interview and talent. Wicks' platform aimed to bring awareness of domestic violence in communities of color and her talent was speed painting (more on tha
New Castle County Police seeking aid in Belvedere murders, reward available
Just before 1:30 a.m. on Sunday June 17, 2018, New Castle County Police made their way to the unit block of Lloyd Street in Belvedere to find two victims shot by an unidentified gunman who fled the scene in an unknown direction afterward.15-year-old Doris Dorsey recently graduated from Stanton Middl