Category: Local News

Newark set to lose significant tax revenue as university prepares to acquire Courtyard Apartments early

Newark set to lose significant tax revenue as university prepares to acquire Courtyard Apartments early

Local News- October 22, 2018

The university intends to acquire the Courtyards apartment complex in July, 2019. The City of Newark believes that this will occur ten years prior to ...

The ugly side to beauty products: how personal hygiene items can harm the environment

The ugly side to beauty products: how personal hygiene items can harm the environment

Local News- October 22, 2018

It’s no secret that beauty products occasionally have ugly truths: animal testing, use of toxic chemicals and harmful packaging. What can the average consumer do ...

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.

Female candidates from across Delaware gather for “Pink Wave” rally in Newark

Female candidates from across Delaware gather for “Pink Wave” rally in Newark

Local News- October 8, 2018

On Oct. 8, over a dozen female democratic political candidates riding this years so-called “Pink Wave” gathered in Newark to rally supporters.

Minimum wage increase has mixed effects on students, businesses

Minimum wage increase has mixed effects on students, businesses

Local News- October 8, 2018

Delaware's minimum wage increased by 50 cents this week. Here's how it's affecting Newark businesses and their student employees.

Main Street after dark: where calories don’t count

Main Street after dark: where calories don’t count

Local News- October 1, 2018

Blue hens who like midnight snacks fear not, there are new options on Main Street to satisfy your midnight cravings.

Newark Community Day brings together residents, students

Newark Community Day brings together residents, students

Local News- September 17, 2018

The Parks and Recreation Department puts on several events throughout the year,

Necessary spring construction could diminish Main Street economy

Necessary spring construction could diminish Main Street economy

Local News- September 17, 2018

DelDOT has determined that the layer of concrete beneath the surface of Main Street is past its usable life cycle and must be replaced.

Out with the old, in with the McCool

Out with the old, in with the McCool

Local News- September 10, 2018

A new Irish pub, Finn McCool's, has replaced student favorite Catherine Rooney's.