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Bill to alter state constitution rules on elections heads to House floor

Opponents of the bill say it's dangerous to change the way election laws have to be passed in the General Assembly.

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.
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logoSaturday, Sept 14, from 3 to 10 pm    ~

Free Admission! Join us for a taste of the neighborhood!
Free Music! Hear the sounds of local acclaimed DJ HARRY MAZIO.
Free Food! Taste the neighborhood restaurants, all in one spot!
Free Movie! Watch a movie outdoors, brought to you by Penn Cinema!
Free Activities! Play outdoor yard games such as Cornhole, Bocce and WIFFLE®, brought to you by Delaware Sports League!
Free Tours! Experience what it would be like if YOU lived in a condo or townhome at Justison Landing!

Join us on Saturday September 14th for a Taste of the Riverfront, to celebrate a truly exciting neighborhood on the river! While you are there take a tour of the condos and townhomes at Justison Landing! … First 50 people to tour will receive a Taste of the Riverfront gift bag. Music, food, cash bar & tours from 3pm – 7pm. Outdoor movie at dusk!

Cost: This is a FREE event, no tickets are necessary for admittance. Registration is not mandatory.


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Bill to alter state constitution rules on elections heads to House floor

Opponents of the bill say it's dangerous to change the way election laws have to be passed in the General Assembly.

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.
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