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Diamond Dance Company Nutcracker performance planned

by Terry Rogers Traditionally, Diamond Dance Company annually performs The Nutcracker at local high schools and the performance has become a holiday tradition for many families. This year, due to the...

Mill Creek Road to close for 2 days for work on trees

A contractor will be removing trees and pruning dead limbs that pose a safety hazard to motorists on Monday, Nov. 30, and Tuesday, Dec. 1.

Lane closures planned for 3 nights on US 9, I-295

On Tuesday night, those traveling from Wilmington to New Jersey or from New Jersey to Newark will hit both construction projects.

Low-digit Delaware surf-fishing tags to be auctioned

The auction runs through Dec. 9 on six specific tags – numbers 25, 105, 206, 416, 451 and 469 – and six “choice” categories.

Colleges get $45 million in COVID-19 assistance

The federal CARES Act requires the funding to go to specific expenses directly related to COVID-19 response. All CARES Act money must be spent by Dec. 31.%

First Unitarian plans on 7 more months of virtual services

‘We want to improve these avenues of connection, engagement, hope and inspiration,” the Rev. Pam Wat said of the Sharpley church’s virtual offerings.

A bit of Madagascar now on display along the Brandywine

The animals include three radiated tortoises; four ring-tailed lemurs; two black and white ruffed lemurs; and one male and one female crowned lemur. 

Talks continue as trial is set in suit on tax reassessments

A trial is scheduled for March of 2021 in a suit that was filed in January 2018 over how to remedy that all three of Delaware’s counties haven’t done countywide tax assessments in decades. Talks are continuing, said Mike Brickner,...

COVID-19 is keeping Delawareans at home for Thanksgiving

Most Delawareans will not be traveling for Thanksgiving, AAA announced today, and close to 50% of those staying home say it is because of COVID-19 concerns. The numbers reflect that messaging from the state has hit home. “We need to celebrate...

Del. agrees to treat religious venues like everywhere else

On May 18, Gov. John Carney issued updated guidance for houses of worship on holding services during the state of emergency. The next morning a New Castle pastor, representing small Black churches, sued over the limits. “Even though Carney’s emergency stay-at-home order...
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Diamond Dance Company Nutcracker performance planned

by Terry Rogers Traditionally, Diamond Dance Company annually performs The Nutcracker at local high schools and...

Been around folks you don’t live with? State wants you to be tested

Gov. John Carney: 'Let’s all do our part to limit the spread this winter. Wear a mask. Think twice before gathering with friends or family.'
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