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Restaurants, Public Health respond to crowded food court photo

Restaurant owners say they want a level playing field, “Somebody has to speak up for us, and it can’t always be Carrie,” one restaurant owner said.

The jewelry-making Fortunatos: Juggling baubles, babies and Biden

Both pregnant, the twins came home for a weekend visit, ending up staying for months, watched their orders be decimated by COVID-19, and THEN got a surprise invitation.

From sketch to reality: Winter in Wilmington Light Show opens

Merry skating bears, gingerbread families and toy-making elves greet guests making the trek to the Wilmington Riverfront to drive the 15-minute circuit.

Bye bye, Newark gingerbread houses; hello, Holiday Art Market

The Newark Art Alliance Holiday Art Market will go on, but without artists present and only six people allowed into the gallery at one time.

Sales of Thanksgiving-to-go meals, dishes booming

Faced with stay-at-home orders instead of the smiles of family and friends, people are turning to restaurants pick up holiday dinners, or part of them.

Newark Urgent Care’s rapid testing event creates 1-mile line

The medical director said he didn't have firm statistics, but estimated about 10 percent are testing positive. All are asymptomatic.

Frustrated restaurant owners brace for another hit with new restrictions

'A lot of us feel like we’ve done everything right, from social distancing to wearing masks to erecting partitions and installing air sanitizers.'

Democrats share draft of bill to raise minimum wage to $15 by 2026

'It's not something that's going to happen without discussion,' Sen. Jack Walsh said. A lot of different groups will weigh in, he said.

Iron Hill best-selling beer available at Delaware retailers

Four IPA brands, including Philly Phavorite IPA, from the popular regional brewery and restaurant chain hit the shelves this week

Pro-business groups join forces to fight what they call ‘Delaware Way’

Two groups opposed to what they say is business as usual under "The Delaware Way" have joined forces. Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware has donated $5,000 to A Better Delaware "to support their work to introduce new transparency and accountability...
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Restaurants, Public Health respond to crowded food court photo

Restaurant owners say they want a level playing field, “Somebody has to speak up for us, and it can’t always be Carrie,” one restaurant owner said.

Diamond Dance Company Nutcracker performance planned

by Terry Rogers Traditionally, Diamond Dance Company annually performs The Nutcracker at local high schools and...

Been around folks you don’t live with? State wants you to be tested

Gov. John Carney: 'Let’s all do our part to limit the spread this winter. Wear a mask. Think twice before gathering with friends or family.'
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