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Delaware Art Museum goes for inclusiveness in reinstallation

The new gallery design embraces works by female and Black artists and emphasizes the role of local artists and collectors in the history of art.

More infectious UK COVID-19 strain found in Delaware

Those infected had traveled to a family gathering with people from states where the variant has been found.

Carney deploys Delaware National Guard to D.C.

  Gov. John Carney said on his Facebook page Thursday morning that he's deploying Delaware National Guard members to Washington, D.C. Carney said he had talked to District of Columbia authorities and the National Guard will "support law enforcement and ongoing...

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review: Dec. 17, 2020

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review: Dec. 17, 2020 Open the Weekly Review Here     This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Community  Lighting up the holidays: Where to find festive displays all over Delaware  At esports tourney, fun and uplifting news about the field  23 percent of Delaware...

TikTok gives Delaware State $1M for scholarships

The Health Heroes Relief Fund focuses on Black, Latinx and indigenous students pursuing medical and health-care degrees.

US Supreme Court lets political balance on Del. courts go on

The ruling says the Delaware lawyer’s lawsuit cites ‘nothing more than an abstract and generalized harm.’ A new lawsuit is planned.

No bah humbug: UD’s REP offers free audio version of ‘Christmas Carol’

An artsy holiday offering: The professional Residents Ensemble Players troupe recorded 'A Christmas Carol' and it's available for live streaming starting Friday.

COVID hospitalizations up to 338, with cases mounting quickly

Even with rising numbers of hospitalizations, patients have better treatments, which are keeping many out of the ICU and off ventilators.

Holiday events stay the course, even with new restrictions

Area arts groups, already slammed by COVID, say holiday events will continue with current safety measures in place.

DSU’s testing plan, low positives aided near record fall attendance

'What we learned this semester was that having weekly mandatory tests with shorter turnaround times allows you to contact trace faster.'
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Take whatever vaccine you are offered, state health officials emphasize

The state will offer single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine at weekend events for older people in Seaford and Delaware City

Wilmington Christian girls move on in tourney by beating Sussex Tech, 57-47

The Warriors will play third seed Sanford in the second round of the tournament Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.

They’re baaaackkkkkk. Cicada onslaught is on its way this spring

The cumbersome bugs rarely do much damage, but there will be millions of them per acre.
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