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Nonstop flights from Delaware to Orlando are back

Frontier Airlines’ booking site shows nonstop ‘seasonal’ flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays, starting Feb. 11.

UD drumline to escort Biden in D.C. inauguration

The drumline's 35 members range from freshmen to recent graduates and are only a small portion of the 300-strong full group.

Sisters bask in $75,000 prize, camaraderie in Calif. sun

‘We went out with the attitude of having fun,’ Patty Vattilana said. ‘And there was so much fun being together.’

Longwood to reopen conservatory, extend Christmas show through Jan. 17

'We are so happy to be able to sustain the season for an extra week of Christmas joy.'

For first time, Hagley to close Jan. 4 for the winter

While closed in January and February, new electrical cable will be buried on the site, and construction will continue on a visitor's center renovation.

Longwood retains best holiday lights title for third year

The display in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, features more than 500,000 outdoor lights and fountains that dance to holiday classics.

Grand’s fund to send hospital workers through light show tops $15,000

The donation will allow 200 hospital workers to take their families through the Winter in Wilmington Light Show.

Winterthur scales back Yuletide house tour, but adds decor outside

The famed du Pont estate has added lights, holiday decor to the grounds to encourage guests to walk the 1,000-acre property.

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.
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State expects shipment of one-shot Johnson & Johnson vaccine, maybe by week’s end

The Johnson & Johnson vaccine requires only one dose, unlike the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which need two doses.

Smyrna still unbeaten, takes Henlopen Conference title in win over Seaford

Seaford will be the first seed in the state tournament, and Smyrna is the 6th seed.

COVID cases decline; more than 200,0000 vaccines given; state continues testing

The state has created a way for people to report violations of the state's vaccine policy
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