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Town Square LIVE Weekly Review for August 27, 2020

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Fishing tournaments are roaring back across the First State

For some participants, it’s about comradery that comes with tournaments. For others, it's about winning.

DSU cancels $750,000 in debt for 200 graduating seniors

The Historically Black College and University will use federal COVID-19 money to pay for move.

4 quick takeaways on Tuesday’s school board votes

The most prominent newcomer after Tuesday’s elections is Kim Stock, the 2021 Delaware Teacher of the Year.

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Community

 

A change: Now kids ages kindergarten and up must wear masks in public

Got limbs? Wilmington will pick up tree debris Saturday

Moms who paid for cleaning they never got cheer indictment of business owner

Traffic woes: Barley Mill closed Thursday, Friday; Del. 141 exit to close

State seeks New Castle people who may been in contact with rabid raccoon

 

Government

New rules: Schools must tell families about COVID cases; minimum hours of attendance suspended

Newark limits private indoor gatherings to 12, outdoor to 20

State will spend $20 million to expand internet service

State creates fund to help people dealing with storm damage

Postal workers lead Coons to a mail-sorting machine left out in rain

Night traffic down to one lane next week on 141’s Tyler McConnell bridge

 

Food and dining

Virtual Vino: COVID-19 hasn’t put a damper on wine dinners

Saturday stunner: $1,000 tip on a $73.15 lunch

Restaurant losses from March to June estimated at $700 million

 

Education

Newark Charter: Students must wear uniforms even in remote classes

While Sallies teachers teach face to face, their kids learn nearby

Only 1,400 students moving into UD dorms; half are freshmen

 

Arts and events

Brandywine Festival of Arts canceled; organizers unsure how to keep artists, patrons safe

Bad news. Good news. Hey, it’s Shakespeare. Whaddya expect?

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Fishing tournaments are roaring back across the First State

For some participants, it’s about comradery that comes with tournaments. For others, it's about winning.

DSU cancels $750,000 in debt for 200 graduating seniors

The Historically Black College and University will use federal COVID-19 money to pay for move.

4 quick takeaways on Tuesday’s school board votes

The most prominent newcomer after Tuesday’s elections is Kim Stock, the 2021 Delaware Teacher of the Year.
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