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Weekly Review for August 6, 2020

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As COVID cases, hospitalizations, deaths decline, state stops vaccine waiting list

State health officials said vaccines are so widely available now that its own system is no longer needed.

Body camera training underway in Wilmington as new bill calls for statewide policy

The bill would require all law enforcement and some correction and other officers to wear a body camera

Republicans announce legislation to review voting roll laws, require photo IDs for voting

One measure would require all voters to show photo IDs when they vote or seek an absentee ballot.

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Maj. Gen. Carol Timmons, a female pilot of many firsts, died Sunday

Local charity running circuit goes virtual to raise funds and keep a safe distance

As unemployment checks change, will more line up at Food Bank mobile pantries?

Weather service: Isaias spawns 3 possible Delaware tornadoes

Carney: Significant property damage caused by tornadoes, Isaias

Government

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Campaign signs: The surprising cost and controversy

Resurgence committee reveals recommendations to deal with COVID-19

Wilmington’s Jackson Street on-ramp will close forever on Monday

Here’s where to find COVID-19 testing the week of Aug. 2

Even without Isaiah, I-95 travel this week means a lot construction, change

Food and Dining

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Boozy ice cream? V&M Bistro gets creative to succeed in pandemic

Newark restaurants depend on UD, so what happens when classes go online?

Education

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School systems to finalize plans to open with some in-person, some online classes

Carney: Data shows schools likely to start with mix of classes

Teachers react to Brandywine School Board member telling them to quit or get in classroom

UD students OK with online classes, curious about dorms

Some Delaware private schools to resume in-person classes

Arts and Events

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Curbside Wilmington’s Friday block party lures customers, energy downtown

Soliloquy Stroll: A bit of Shakespeare makes it into Rockwood Park after all

Business

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Millennial Summit leaves Chase Center for 3-day virtual conference

Newark, Rehoboth shops join Record Store Day’s split into 3 events

 

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As COVID cases, hospitalizations, deaths decline, state stops vaccine waiting list

State health officials said vaccines are so widely available now that its own system is no longer needed.

Body camera training underway in Wilmington as new bill calls for statewide policy

The bill would require all law enforcement and some correction and other officers to wear a body camera

Republicans announce legislation to review voting roll laws, require photo IDs for voting

One measure would require all voters to show photo IDs when they vote or seek an absentee ballot.
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