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Pre-emptive petition demands winter sports start Jan. 11

Gov. Carney’s latest pandemic rules to combat the soaring rate of infection call for a stay-at-home advisory through Jan. 11.

From Yorklyn, Markee connects the world virtually

CEO: ‘Markee is the Swiss army knife of virtual event spaces, with feature sets you can deploy simply and quickly to create any kind of experience.’

23 percent of Delaware COVID tests positive; state offers 30-plus testing sites

'We need the public to take this virus and this current surge in cases seriously,' said Dr. Karyl Rattay, director of the Division of Public Health

Grand sets up fund to send hospital workers through Wilmington Light Show

'What's important is that we as a community rally behind the people who have been under stress in an already difficult job, and we want to share some joy with them.'

Lighting up the holidays: Where to find festive displays all over Delaware

Light shows have proven to be a pretty and popular way to share holiday spirit with the kids, or just get everybody out of the house for a bit.

Delaware allows naloxone delivery by mail to step up substance use fight

Getting the overdose-reversing drug by mail ‘privately and conveniently’ can also be free, if the person qualifies in new program.

Appo soccer sloughs off St. Georges, 3-1; will face Salesianum (again) Saturday

Appoquinimink will move on to face No. 2 Salesianum at Dover High Saturday, Dec. 12, at 1 p.m. for the DIAA Division I championship.

Improving Delaware’s water, with trees and better management

Applications are open for Clean Water Act grants to reduce nonpoint source pollution, chiefly by reducing nutrients and sediment that impair waters.

Your survival guide to the upcoming ban on plastic bags

What kind of bags will I get at the checkout? Do I have to pay for them? 'But I use them for doggy duty!' Will the bagging process change? Here are the answers.

Delaware joins massive coalition in suing Facebook

Facebook ‘made digital hostages of its users and developers over a decade of unfair acquisitions and mistreatment of developers,’ AG says.
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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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