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State sends out invites to 11,500 seniors for weekend vaccinations

More than 56,000 registered to be vaccinated Wednesday. As of 3 p.m. Thursday, 73,630 requests had been made.

Proposed bill would suspend teacher appraisals, which are based partly on student performance

Instead of evaluations, the bill suggests having teachers continually observed to provide coaching and support for hybrid and remote learning.

Delaware State Police: Scammer is using number that appears to belong to them

State Police never request payment for fines, traffic tickets or bail over the phone; all those are handled in a court.

Vaccine registration system gets 56,000+ signups in 8 hours; more about invitations

Invitations to weekend vaccination events in Delaware City and Georgetown will go out on Thursday.

Winter Wonder showcases Longwood’s outdoors

The display showcases the winter landscape and plants inside the Conservatory. Also new is a 10-part ‘Voices in the Landscape.'

Tower Hill topples Salesianum 66-59, with 12 points in 4th quarter

The Sals (1-1) have their home debut on Thursday at 7:15 p.m. against St. Elizabeth.

Tatnall’s second quarter run proves to be too much for Friends

Tatnall's second quarter 20-0 run proves to be too much for Wilmington Friends

Here is the best link for 1B to use to register for a vaccine appointment

It's best to access the system online, but those without computers or internet access can call the Delaware vaccine line to be registered.

State ramped up vaccinations partly to keep allocation from being cut

Q&A session answered a lot of questions about what people should expect at a mass vaccination.

Sanford and Conrad still sitting at No. 1 for boys and girls basketball rankings

Sanford and Conrad still sitting at No. for boys and girls basketball rankings
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People must wait for second dose of COVID vaccine as state expands chances to get first shots

Vault Health will give shots to underserved seniors in Wilmington; testing giant Curative will begin giving vaccine; and hospitals and pharamacies will vaccinate seniors.

Millcreek communities win some battles for safer pathways, but want more

While the neighbors have been able to achieve a few goals, they want to be more involved in the ongoing revitalization efforts of New Castle County,

Boys and girls high school basketball top 10 rankings for week 3

Sanford and Conrad are still ranked No. 1 after three weeks of the season
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