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Bottoms up! Bill to allow takeout alcohol sales into 2022 awaits Carney’s signature

Allowing the sales, and outdoor tables to stay, are ways of helping restaurants rebuild from COVID shutdowns, restrictions

New COVID cases numbers flatten, deaths decrease as vaccine sprint continues

      Delaware's number of new COVID-19 cases flattened out in recent weeks and the number of deaths has decreased, but the number of hospitalizations rose, the state said Friday. Gov. John Carney also announced Friday he has extended his emergency order...

Bill to strip state of ability to force vaccinations, quarantines, isolations killed in committee

The state's right to enforce public health is based on 1905 U.S. Supreme Court case considered a legal landmark

What to do, expect when you go hunting for a COVID-19 vaccine in Delaware

The best simple advice is to register with the biggest suppliers, because you’ll need an account to schedule and maybe just to see the appointment calendar.

Delaware to open vaccines Wednesday to all over 50; and those 16-64 with underlying conditions

The new rules also will allow caretakers of people who have underlying conditions to be vaccinated.

County, UD team up to track COVID in sewage; start hunt for variants

The process that New Castle County, CEWER use also has been used to check sewage for alcohol and narcotic drugs.

COVID cases continue decline; vaccinations rise; state still wants people tested

As of Friday morning, 303,568 doses of the vaccine have been administered in Delaware.

Vaccinations help give diners an appetite for eating out again

Consumer confidence is growing, and one restaurateur says the state mood is becoming more positive

About 120 people attend Monday rally in Dover demanding schools open

'We believe that based on science it’s time to reopen our schools—fully,' said Lisa McCulley, founder of Stand Up Delaware.

ChristianaCare plans to create pediatric center

‘Plans are not final yet for the Pediatric Care Center at the Center for Women’s & Children’s Health,’ a spokesman said. ‘We are unable to comment further.’
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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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