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AIDS Walk Delaware drew an impressive 800 walkers to downtown Wilmington on Sunday and 150 to a similar Walk in Rehoboth. The combined walks raised more than $90,000 for AIDS Delaware and Delaware HIV Consortium and the programs they support, which jointly include statewide case management for those living with HIV/AIDS in Delaware, housing assistance, free confidential HIV testing, advocacy, and preventative education in schools and throughout the community.


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State sends out invites to 11,500 seniors for weekend vaccinations

More than 56,000 registered to be vaccinated Wednesday. As of 3 p.m. Thursday, 73,630 requests had been made.

Proposed bill would suspend teacher appraisals, which are based partly on student performance

Instead of evaluations, the bill suggests having teachers continually observed to provide coaching and support for hybrid and remote learning.

Smyrna football star leaves Delaware for the SEC

A friend showed a film of Williams to the Gamecocks staff, and they couldn't believe he hadn't been recruited.
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