Category: Delaware News
College is back in session, but the coronavirus pandemic continues to have widespread effects in the United States.
The Delaware Department of Agriculture enacted a “quarantine” for the spotted lanternfly, meaning that residents must ensure they are not moving the pests.
Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings announced that the state is suing 31 fossil fuel companies for their role in accelerating climate change.
High volume partying to be penalized as police enforce Newark City Council social gathering ordinance
Newark City Council passed an ordinance outlining the penalties for anyone involved with an unlawful social gathering at a private residence.
Residents are now required by law to further limit their social gatherings as Newark City Council takes measures to prepare for returning students.
The University of Delaware Chabad, a center for Jewish life located on South College Avenue, caught fire Tuesday night.
The Student and Exchange Visitor Program’s (SEVP) recently proposed changes to its guidelines for international students could affect millions around the country.