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Details on Delaware’s share in the $1.9 trillion stimulus package: University receives $32 million

Delawareans can expect financial benefits from the federal stimulus package as the First State receives $1.236 billion.

The state of COVID-19 in Newark

Senior Reporter Tara Lennon took a look at the City of Newark's active COVID-19 data recently.

“I had two panic attacks on the way to the hospital”: Redding Hall mugging victim describes the March 19 incident

On March 19 at 4:30 p.m., a university student and her two friends were assaulted and mugged in the front doorway of Louis Redding Hall as they rushed to protect themselves.

“For Teens, By Teens”: Teen Warehouse opens in Wilmington to change the way the city serves its teenage population

A Teen Warehouse has opened up in Wilmington for the city’s teenage population.

What is Bitcoin? Should you invest in it?

With huge numbers and complicated financial terms surrounding Bitcoin, a lot of people have no idea what Bitcoin is and how it works.

Students and residents should prepare for an increase in Newark Police and university police patrols

Both the University of Delaware Police Department and the Newark Police Department will be allocating additional officers to patrol the streets.

The Original People: University community celebrates the life of Chief Quiet Thunder

A devoted husband, father and grandfather, Richard “Quiet Thunder” Gilbert (1934-2020) was a Native American elder from Woodbury, New Jersey, and past chief of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape of New Jersey.

The struggles of living without housing: COVID-19’s impact on the community

The last year has not been easy on the homeless community, specifically due to the impact of COVID-19 on the ability to deliver resources and provide other forms of support.

Previously interrupted Main Street Hotel project proposal redesigned; Newark City Council to vote today

Today, Newark City Council will be voting on Lang Development Group’s altered proposals for their Main Street hotel project, previously slated to become the tallest building on Main Street.

Instant wins for District 1 candidate Horning and District 4 candidate Creecy in Newark City Council elections

Councilman James Horning and Councilwoman-elect Dwendolyn Creecy both ran unopposed and are presumed to be the winners for their respective district elections.

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