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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.'

Delaware Diabetes Coalition goes virtual with Annual Expo

This event is free of charge thanks in part to our sponsors: Diabetes & Heart Disease Prevention & Control Program, Omnipod DASH® Insulin Management System, V-Go, YMCA’s Diabetes Prevention Program and Fur Baby Pet Resort.

Box manufacturer closer to building $80M Dover plant

U.S. Corrugated of Delaware has chosen Dover as the “location of preference” for an $80 million box-manufacturing facility, which could add 159 job to the area. The company’s plans were presented today to the Council on Development Finance for approval...

Bardea at 2: A new menu, plus an outdoor café on way

Bardea Food & Drink in downtown Wilmington turns two years old on Saturday, but owners Scott Stein and Antimo DiMeo aren’t pausing to celebrate just yet. They’re too busy rolling out a new menu, relaunching the family meal program and...

State requires long-term care facilities to return to weekly testing

  Delaware is investigating the cause of outbreaks of COVID-19 after more than 100 positive cases among residents and staff in three long-term care facilities, two of them in Wilmington. Dr. Karyl Rattay, director of the Division of Public Health, said...

State pushes flu shots in bid to keep people out of hospitals

  The state of Delaware is urging Delawareans to get their flu shots this season partly because a mix of flu cases and COVID-19 could fill hospitals and strain the healthcare system. In Gov. John Carney's weekly COVID-19 press conference Tuesday,...

Delaware secretary of Labor details how to keep unemployment payments coming

Delaware Secretary of Labor Cerron Cade this week detailed how new unemployment benefits will work and encouraged anyone whose has used their full amount of unemployment to apply for additional benefits. Cade, speaking during Gov. John Carney's weekly COVID-19 press...

Grant will help make Christina River fishable, swimmable in a generation

The Christina Conservancy has received $249,300 in federal funding intended to make the lower Christina and Brandywine rivers in Wilmington fishable and swimmable within a generation. “This award is a paradigm shift,” said John L. Williams, president of the conservancy’s board of...

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review for September 10, 2020

Open Your Weekly Review PDF Here     Community Avenue of 500 flags along Wilmington’s Riverwalk salute military, essential workers The art of micro-weddings: COVID-19 pandemic can’t stop true love    Government State to seek punishments for those who flout COVID-19 rules  Here’s where to be tested for...

Another Newark fire called arson; person of interest sought

  A fire two weeks ago at a townhouse being constructed in Newark was arson, the Delaware Office of the State Fire Marshal announced today. The fire was discovered shortly after 3 a.m. Aug. 17 in the townhouse, in the unit...
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New COVID cases drop a bit; state will delay some mass vaccination events

As of Friday, 544,615 doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been given to Delawareans

Finally getting out to dine? Try these places in Wilmington

      While Wilmington’s city life took a hit during the pandemic, the dining scene has soldiered forward. If you’re feeling more confident — or fully...

Carney nominates 1st woman to head Chancery, 1st black woman on Kent Superior Court

Carney's nominations must be confirmed by the Delaware Senate.
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