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Monday, April 19, 2021

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Long lines started overnight to grab surf tag vouchers Wednesday

Across several Facebook groups,  people posted about long lines and the excitement and disbelief at the surf tag craze.

Delaware libraries give soundproof booths a trial run in Sussex

The wheelchair-accessible booths are equipped with computers to allow people to access telehealth services, online job interviews or even legal appointments.

Dewey Beach may allow gazebo to be rented in bid to wisely control use

'We have to have some type of coordination so we can avoid conflict,' the town manager said

Bethany Beach on track to institute fine for those who dig large holes in sand

Beaches in North Carolina, Florida, New Jersey and Michigan also have 'Leave No Trace' ordinances.

Parents, others upset DIAA can’t quickly OK dropping masks

Even if the DIAA could quickly change its mask rules, it would still have to be approved by the Department Board of Education

NCCo libraries to reopen April 12, starting 2½ days a week

Select libraries in New Castle County will reopen Monday, April 12, with in-person services available 2½ days a week, the county announced today.

Students, parents protest plan to end Linden Hill’s Chinese Immersion program

The program began four years ago and has about 100 students enrolled.

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.

UD expects to have nearly all fall classes in person, allow roommates in dorms

Without doubt, UD's president said, the school will continue to feel the economic effects of COVID-19 for years

Two-hour hearing on minimum wage ends without public vote being taken

Senate Bill 15 was already listed on the full Senate agenda for Thursday before the hearing took place.
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Delaware passes 100,000 COVID-19 cases

The number of variant cases continue to rise, but the state only tested 92 samples last week.

Spartans use big fifth inning to hold off Sallies at Frawley 6-4

Christian Colmery pitched 5 innings of shutout ball

Help biodiversity by picking up native plant each time you go to nursery

Gradually adding natives to a garden will help it begin to add more to the state's biodiversity
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