Data reveals extent of Delaware’s lottery obsession

Bryan Shupe Culture, Headlines

Delaware is the fourth most lottery-obsessed state in the nation. Casino sweepstakes comparison experts at have compiled a list of how many times people in each state search for more than 140 terms, including every major national lottery as well as lottery-related phrases like “what are the chances of winning the lottery” and “where to buy lottery tickets near …

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Philadelphia 76ers announce free scrimmage in Wilmington

Bryan Shupe Headlines, Sports

The Philadelphia 76ers announced today details for the 2023 Blue x White Scrimmage, presented by Ticketmaster, which is set for Saturday, Oct. 14 at noon at Chase Fieldhouse, the home of the Delaware Blue Coats, the team’s NBA G League affiliate.  The free, open-practice style event will feature new 76ers Head Coach Nick Nurse and the 2023-24 roster, as the …


Delaware’s Fall 5K races bring communities together

Bryan Shupe Headlines, Sports

Delaware, known for its scenic landscapes and vibrant communities, is gearing up for an exciting season of fall 5K races. As the crisp autumn air sets in, runners of all ages and abilities are lacing up their sneakers to participate in these events that not only promote physical fitness but also foster a sense of community. The fall season in …

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Education journalist Jarek Rutz joins Delaware LIVE News

Bryan Shupe Education, Headlines

As Delaware LIVE News closes in on its second anniversary as a locally-owned news business focused on hyperlocal news and information across the First State, the company welcomes Jarek Rutz to the newsroom as its premier education journalist. “Our communities have been proactively engaging in their local schools at an unprecedented level and we intend to provide detailed reporting of …

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Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition (DBCC) celebrates 30 years

Bryan Shupe Health

The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition, Inc. (DBCC) began in 1991 as a small group of community volunteers, led by Maureen Lauterbach, who was committed to decreasing the mortality rate of breast cancer in Delaware. In 1997, DBCC became a 501c (3) non-profit organization to serve and empower our community by raising awareness of breast health issues through community outreach and …