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With West side of Wilmington Riverfront done, plans are unveiled for the East

Construction will begin soon on infrastructure such as roads and creation of a 3,500 waterfront path to mirror West.

Comical clash of opinions marks House passage of bill to abolish youth, training wage

The bill now moves to the Senate Labor Committee, where a hearing is set May 19.

Restaurants’ new focus: Will Carney follow CDC, remove indoor mask mandate

Carney's spokesman said the governor's team is reviewing implications of CDC's new guidance

Mitch’s Mo’ Better Chicken: Frying is in this family’s DNA

Jonathan Mitchell hope to start a brick-and-mortar eatery after selling at festivals and other places

Vaccinated Grotto Pizza workers to get $25 gift card

‘We feel it’s our social responsibility to invest in incentivizing our staff to get the COVID-19 shot,’ said Jeff Gosnear, Grotto vice president.

As Robbins Diamonds closes, so does colorful chapter in area retail history

  If you grew up around Delaware and had a television in the 80s and 90s, you probably recognize the late Jerry Robbins, the guy with a diamond in his beard, from his catchy jewelry commercials.  You might find yourself trying...

Delaware seeing little, if any, reaction to pipeline crisis

  By Matthew Stonebraker Delaware appears to have escaped the worst of the repercussions after a cyberattack shut down the pipeline that sends gasoline down the East Coast. While there's been many reports of gas shortages in Southern U.S. states such as...

A.I. duPont Hospital becomes Nemours Children’s Hospital, Delaware

The system has designated hospital, Nemours mansion and gardens as Alfred I. du Pont campus.

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.

Carney: All unemployment payments are temporary; look for a job

He said those on unemployment are required to look for a job and the state will look at that
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COVID-19 stats continue decline as vaccinations rise

344,780 Delawareans, or 44.4% of the eligible population, are fully vaccinated as of Friday a.m.

12-year-old spots fire at neighbor’s house in Bear

With the help of his father, “cool and collected’ Bear resident Sam Witman extinguishes the fire.

Carney: Mask mandate ending May 21

Gov.  John Carney on Friday announced that – effective May 21 – the State of Delaware will lift its requirement that Delawareans and visitors...
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