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UD ramps up restrictions designed keep COVID cases from continuing to climb

The university brought 4,000 students back to campus for spring and one of the new rules says they are not allowed to have visitors.

New program allows people to dine out and help raise money for Do More 24 campaign

Restaurants will offer specials, and a portion of the sales will be donated, but that portion will be paid by a sponsor.

Here’s a breakdown of DIAA state wrestling championships brackets

The 132-pound weight class may be the most exciting, with two former state champions in the bracket.
Christy Fleming
Christy Fleming
The managing editor of TownSquareDelaware.com, Christy Fleming also supports a variety of non-profit initiatives in Delaware. Her background includes positions in public relations, advertising and journalism.

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Habitat for Humanity of New Castle County held a live auction and art sale on Friday, April 8th, helping to raise $41,000 for the affordable housing non-profit. Co-Chairs Cindy Pettinaro Wilkinson and Stephen Mottola hosted the “There is No Party Without ART!” event at Christ Church in Greenville and attracted several guests who had not previously attended a Habitat art auction before.

Renowned Delaware artist Mary Page Evans and her husband Tom Evans were there to help pitch the art she donated to the cause as was Fred Carpsecken of the Carspecken Scott Gallery. Painter Cleveland Morris, who was a co-founder of the Delaware Theatre Company, donated two pieces to the auction that helped raise $5,000, and patron Annabelle Kressman donated work from legendary Delaware artist Jack Lewes. “This was such a successful event – with a lot of energy, new faces, and exquisite art for sale,” said Habitat for Humanity Delaware CEO Kevin Smith.

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UD ramps up restrictions designed keep COVID cases from continuing to climb

The university brought 4,000 students back to campus for spring and one of the new rules says they are not allowed to have visitors.

New program allows people to dine out and help raise money for Do More 24 campaign

Restaurants will offer specials, and a portion of the sales will be donated, but that portion will be paid by a sponsor.

Here’s a breakdown of DIAA state wrestling championships brackets

The 132-pound weight class may be the most exciting, with two former state champions in the bracket.
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