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Body camera training underway in Wilmington as new bill calls for statewide policy

The bill would require all law enforcement and some correction and other officers to wear a body camera

Friends’ first graders create classroom jobs they apply for, get paid for

  Sia Willie's first grade class at Wilmington Friends has nine students. And 15 paid classroom jobs. Those jobs were not assigned or created by Willie, but brainstormed last week by class members who created the jobs they thought the group needed....

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review: April 8, 2021

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review: April 8, 2021 Open the Weekly Review Here This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Community NCCo libraries to reopen April 12, starting 2½ days a week Free streaming Agatha Christie mystery closes UD REP season Point-to-Point promises to be a cozier affair than...

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.
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Delaware Parks and Recreation is up for a national award

If Delaware beats other finalists, it would be second state system to win award twice since it began in 1965.

Carney: All unemployment payments are temporary; look for a job

He said those on unemployment are required to look for a job and the state will look at that

At St. Edmond’s, the show must go on(line)

Virtual musical required rethinking songs, choreography and learning new timing over a Zoom delay
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