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Smyrna still unbeaten, takes Henlopen Conference title in win over Seaford

Seaford will be the first seed in the state tournament, and Smyrna is the 6th seed.

COVID cases decline; more than 200,0000 vaccines given; state continues testing

The state has created a way for people to report violations of the state's vaccine policy

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.

We are so thankful to have the opportunity to continue the tradition of Town Square Delaware as we serve communities of Brandywine Hundred, Centerville, Greenville, Hockessin, Pike Creek, and Wilmington. The engagement with long-time readers over the last month and the support of the Fleming family including Christy’s expert journalism has been exciting as we focus on providing local news for our local residents.

With a focus on our local towns, we will continue to have dedicated staff to the Town Square communities covering education, culture, events, business, and nonprofit news. As you may have noticed there have been several additional services added to the platform to engage readers quickly and we have more planned:

 

1. Town Square LIVE – On August 1, Town Square Delaware will officially be named Town Square LIVE to highlight the quickness, accuracy, and dependability of the services you have grown to enjoy over the past nine years. The Town Square website and social media pages will remain the same; updated several times each day for the latest coverage of our area.

 

2. Live Streaming – Live coverage of breaking news, events and information will be brought to your computer and phones through our team of local journalists. These Live Streams will be placed on the Town Square website and social media pages. You can see an example of these below:

LIVE video about flooding at Dupont Country Club –

Live coverage of the Clifford Brown Festival –

 

3. Town Square Weekly Review – In addition to receiving the critical, daily content you depend on through the Town Square website and social media pages, readers will also receive a Weekly Review focused on the Town Square communities. The Weekly Review will be delivered directly to your email inbox every Thursday morning and also placed on the Town Square website and social media pages. This impactful digital newspaper is strengthened by photographs and artwork from local artists from our community. Below is a preview of what you can expect from the Town Square Weekly Review; the full document each week will feature more than a dozen local stories each Thursday morning.

 

 

 

The growth of Town Square’s community news will continue to focus on your needs and wants from your local media partner. Please do not hesitate to engage with us directly about potential news stories with our Senior Editor Betsy Price at editor@delawarelive.com. Ideas for growing your news outlet in the Town Square communities and marketing opportunities can be discussed directly with our CEO Bryan Shupe at Shupe@delawareLIVE.com. We are here to serve you and excited about our partnership to inform, engage, and inspire our local communities.

 

 

Chris Kenny                                                                Bryan Shupe

Founder, Delaware LIVE                                           CEO, Delaware LIVE

302-485-LIVE                                                            302-485-LIVE

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Smyrna still unbeaten, takes Henlopen Conference title in win over Seaford

Seaford will be the first seed in the state tournament, and Smyrna is the 6th seed.

COVID cases decline; more than 200,0000 vaccines given; state continues testing

The state has created a way for people to report violations of the state's vaccine policy

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.
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