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Free streaming Agatha Christie mystery closes UD REP season

‘The Cornish Mystery’ debuts April 23. Now you can enjoy free streams of another Christie story (‘The King of Clubs’) and ‘Arsenic and Old Lace.’

Point-to-Point promises to be a cozier affair than usual

The steeplechase normally draws 16,000 to 18,000 people, but the 43rd annual event on May 30 will max out at 3,600.

State Fair will be back in full swing this year

All the fun, rides, food and agricultural highlights it’s known for will return, in a socially distanced way.

Summer’s on the way, and so are some of your favorite events

A few events are canceled. Some are coy. But Firefly, Point-to-Point and others say they will go on this year.

10-digit dialing starts in a month for all Delaware devices

The official starts Saturday, April 24, but Ooma, a voice over internet protocol, and AT&T’s wireless network accept 10 digits now.

Heads up: Ashland Covered Bridge to close for 6 weeks

The Delaware Nature Society’s nearby Ashland Nature Center will be open during the work, scheduled for April 5-May 17.

Small-batch Autumn Arch brewery to celebrate first, second anniversaries jointly

Don’t let its size fool you. AABP already has released more than 90 beers.

How historic burial ground at Dickinson plantation was found; what’s next

‘Nothing will make me happier than reuniting [descendant families] with missing relatives,’ archaeologist Wade Catts said.

Slave burial ground identified at John Dickinson Plantation

“’This is sacred ground for Delaware, and we will continue to treat it with the honor and respect it deserves,’ said Tim Slavin, a state official.

Easter egg hunts back on, bring welcome sign of hope

Easter egg hunts and related events are sort of back this year, promising some fun while following pandemic guidelines.
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As COVID cases, hospitalizations, deaths decline, state stops vaccine waiting list

State health officials said vaccines are so widely available now that its own system is no longer needed.

Body camera training underway in Wilmington as new bill calls for statewide policy

The bill would require all law enforcement and some correction and other officers to wear a body camera

Republicans announce legislation to review voting roll laws, require photo IDs for voting

One measure would require all voters to show photo IDs when they vote or seek an absentee ballot.
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