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Pro-business groups join forces to fight what they call ‘Delaware Way’

Two groups opposed to what they say is business as usual under "The Delaware Way" have joined forces. Citizens for a Pro-Business Delaware has donated $5,000 to A Better Delaware "to support their work to introduce new transparency and accountability...

Delaware LIVE Announces LIVE Sports Platform

Delaware LIVE, a locally-owned, statewide news media company that launched in an effort to combat the national takeover of Delaware news, announced today that it has made its third acquisition since its inception in June 2020. The merger with...

Cleanup of oil spill is down to coin-sized tar balls

Cleanup of the oil spill that was first spotted Oct. 19 at Broadkill Beach is now focused on coin- to pancake-sized tar balls that continue to wash up with the tide along miles of beach in Sussex County and...

Soup’s on: Where to find Delaware’s favorite spoonfuls

  For weeks, many Delawareans have looked forward to “sweater weather.” But in the culinary world, a nip in the air means soup is on the stove. Here are a few area favorites for you to sip in the dining...

Workers’ Comp insurance costs drop again, partly because of working from home

  Workers' compensation insurance for Delaware businesses will drop for the fourth year in a row, this time an average 11.56 percent. The Delaware Department of Insurance says the rate drop can largely be credited to fewer claims because of safety...

Winterthur’s new multimedia show promises to be yule star

  If one of your Christmas traditions is touring spectacularly decorated spaces in the region in that crammed timeframe between Thanksgiving and Christmas, this is not the season for tradition. The Brandywine River Museum of Art unveils part its holiday display...

Del. ready for election day and Halloween, officials say

Election day and Halloween were repeatedly brought up in the state’s weekly COVID-19 briefing today, with a key comment about the election that don’t relate to the pandemic. “I’m confident we will be prepared for what happens on election day...

They’ve bonded for 44 years with Mary Campbell Center

Note: Each month, Patterson Schwartz Real Estate picks a Delaware charity to support on Town Square Delaware. The Mary Campbell Center is this October's choice, partly because its annual golf fundraiser this month had to be cancelled. The story of the...

State releases easy peasy list of COVID-19 testing sites; asks public to test

    As the number of COVID-19 cases skyrocket around the country, the state of Delaware has released a easy-to-read list of community COVID-19 pop-up an drive-thru testing sites for the week. While New Castle County and the city of Wilmington have...

Hockessin Haunted House on hiatus; pets still need help

COVID-19 has killed Jack the Ripper. The notorious London murderer, accompanied by a séance and other paranormal activities, would have been the theme for this year’s Hockessin Haunted House. But “proper social distancing is an impossibility” in her two-story Colonial, scarer-in-chief Arlene...
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New photo page, Delaware Community Lens, will celebrate First State

'There's enough places to on social media and the internet that are not positive places. This is meant to be a respite.'

Meet ‘The Wilmington:’ A liquid ode to Delaware’s largest city

The new cocktail uses gin, peach-infused simple syrup, lemon and cinnamon.

Carney activates National Guard to help with inauguration events in Delaware

The Executive Order said protests are planned in Wilmington, Dover and at the Delaware Capitol.
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