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Founder’s Folio: Freedom of speech in America, then and now

We have a duty to protect our right to communicate in the public spaces of social media.

Lewes hypnotherapist to hawk her therapy dough on ‘Shark Tank’ Friday

Nancy Rothner taped the episode in September, but didn't find out until three weeks ago that it will air.

Booth House Tavern to return to Historic New Castle

A new spot will pay homage to an old name — but with a thoroughly modern approach

Delaware restaurants plan to fight bill that would raise tip wages, raise costs for businesses

Tipped minimum wage hasn't changed since 1983, when a state law put it at 66.67% of the state minimum wage, making it $2.23.

Outdoor dining blooms at Columbus Inn, where new greenhouses give diners options

The historic Wilmington restaurant plans to purchase one or two greenhouses that can set up to six guests,

Carney raises indoor limits for businesses, exercise classes

The limit for private indoor gatherings, such as dinner and birthday parties, remains at 10 people.

Score! 76ers arena has a whole new name and sponsor: Chase Fieldhouse

The iconic Philadelphia 76ers logo will continue to be emblazoned on the building, under Chase's name

Nemours’ new kosher kitchen illustrates how businesses seek to be culturally competent

Hospital staff members are also trained on understanding and caring for patients who observe different faiths. 

Updated bill to legalize marijuana sales heads toward General Assembly

Among changes: micro licenses to keep out Big Marijuana, social equity licenses and preventing sales of medical, recreational pot at one site.

Playing cupid: Husband and wife chefs whip up Valentine’s Day delights

The couple known for their SIW dinners is offering special Valentine's meal through SIW and Swigg.
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State to ramp up vaccines for teachers, has given 253,535 doses of vaccine

253,535 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine had been administered as of Friday, the state said.

Schools hope summer programs, support will avoid students being held back

  Droves of students will not be held back because of interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Delaware educators say. Instead, schools will bear down on...

Do More 24 shatters record in first three hours, ends with 5 times last year’s total

The grand total for the 2021 event will be announced Saturday by 8 p.m.
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