Category: Delaware News

Delaware Memorial Bridge closed on peak traffic day

Delaware Memorial Bridge closed on peak traffic day

Delaware News- December 3, 2018

The Delaware Memorial Bridge had all of its eight lanes closed due to a flammable gas leak at a nearby chemical processing plant.

University student found guilty on one count of fourth-degree rape

University student found guilty on one count of fourth-degree rape

Delaware News- November 26, 2018

University student Jason Kramer was sentenced to two years in prison for one count of fourth-degree rape.

Carper and Blunt Rochester, both Democrats, retain seats in U.S. Congress

Carper and Blunt Rochester, both Democrats, retain seats in U.S. Congress

Delaware News- November 6, 2018

Delaware's incumbent Democrats walked away with overwhelming Midterm victories.

University community gathers for vigil in aftermath of anti-Semitic shooting

University community gathers for vigil in aftermath of anti-Semitic shooting

Campus News- October 28, 2018

A vigil was held on The Green on Sunday in response to the anti-Semitic shooting in Pittsburgh.

City of Newark residents and university students respond to Delaware Debates 2018

City of Newark residents and university students respond to Delaware Debates 2018

Campus News- October 18, 2018

Community members and students react to Wednesday's Delaware Debates 2018.

Arlett takes hits at Carper in Senate debate

Arlett takes hits at Carper in Senate debate

Campus News- October 17, 2018

Democrat Tom Carper and Republican Rob Arlett took the stage at Mitchell Hall Wednesday night.

Blunt Rochester sticks to moderate script in debate against volatile Walker

Blunt Rochester sticks to moderate script in debate against volatile Walker

Campus News- October 17, 2018

Lisa Blunt Rochester and Scott Walker debated Wednesday night at Mitchell Hall.

Delaware Debates to continue state’s bipartisan tradition

Delaware Debates to continue state’s bipartisan tradition

Delaware News- October 15, 2018

This event will showcase not only the partisan divides between candidates but also the tradition of Delaware bipartisanship.