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The A.I. duPont Hospital for Children was just about the best place to be if you were a kid on September 20th. The Nemours Community Day, which included rides, activities, carnival food and performances, capped off a week-long celebration of the $274 million expansion. Several interactive displays were offered inside the atrium of the new residential wing of the hospital, which now offers attractive private rooms for patients with all sorts of amenities. Every room has a view to the outside and each room comes with two TVs (one for patient, one for family), a refrigerator, closet and private shower. And the brand new couches double as pull-out beds for caregivers who might want to stay the night.


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Despite momentum shifts, Ursuline women take down Woodbridge, 51-41

Ursuline's Emily Rzucidlo had a game-high 22 points, including 10-13 from the free throw line.

State cases continue to decline as mass vaccinations start; here’s where to be tested

State Walgreens have given 100,000 tests to Delaware residents.

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The two powerhouse teams haven't played each other since January 2015.
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