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Cocoa bombs: fun, flavorful and, occasionally, a bit boozy

Cocoa bombs were hot during the holidays and are expected to be hot at Valentine's Day.

Food Bank postpones Frawley Stadium mobile pantry to Tuesday

The Food Bank's mobile pantry in New Castle County moves to Tuesday because of the icy state of Frawley Stadium.

Food Bank’s mobile pantries start Monday, and it expects numbers to be up

Food Bank: Donald Trump's war on China has meant surplus food is being donated to Food Banks, keeping American fed during the pandemic.

Pastry chef models gingerbread fire house after real New Castle one

Hagley Museum and Library retooled its Millwright Shop into a life-size Gingerbread House for its annual contest. This year's theme is Hometown Heroes.

Delay requests refused, so ban on plastic bags starts Jan. 1

‘All stores will suggest you bring a recyclable bag,’ a trade group executive said, and if you do, ‘you will be asked to bag your own groceries.’

Did you vote? Time for a Bobbie or a Brew HaHa! short

  Corporate America is encouraging people to vote with their stomach. Here are some of the deals out there.   “According to federal law, it technically is illegal to offer freebies in exchange for votes and businesses typically skirt this by offering the...

‘Shark Tank’ inspires contest at Delaware ShopRites

Kenny Family Stores are giving entrepreneurs a chance to get their products on the shelves of the six ShopRites in Delaware. “Do you sell a great food product?,” Aisle Trials asks. “Want to see it sold in the supermarket? A judging panel...

As unemployment checks change, will more line up at Food Bank mobile pantries?

Food Bank of Delaware organizers are wondering whether a change in federal unemployment checks will mean more people at the drive-thru mobile pantries scheduled the first week of August. “We know that the additional $600 in unemployment benefits has been...

Let’s do brunch: Ciro Forty Acres to open Thursday in De La Coeur’s old digs

Since May, residents in Forty Acres and Trolley Square have mourned the demise of De La Coeur Café et Pâtisserie, the tiny slice of Paris on Lovering Street. The café, a latte-fueled fixture since 2015, fell victim to the...

Newark mayor to ask council to delay vote to stop bar service

Newark's mayor is going to ask the City Council Monday night to table an emergency bill that would order restaurants there to stop bar service for patrons. Mayor Jerry Clifton said he planned to meet with city businessmen Wednesday morning...
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State to ramp up vaccines for teachers, has given 253,535 doses of vaccine

253,535 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine had been administered as of Friday, the state said.

Schools hope summer programs, support will avoid students being held back

  Droves of students will not be held back because of interruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Delaware educators say. Instead, schools will bear down on...

Do More 24 shatters record in first three hours, ends with 5 times last year’s total

The grand total for the 2021 event will be announced Saturday by 8 p.m.
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