TSD Review July 11

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – July 11, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Stories Include First trail plan proposed for First State National Park Respiratory illness temporarily shuts 2 shelters’ doors to dogs Rise, Shine & Dine: 13 beach restaurants for breakfast Delaware Women’s Hall of Fame 2024 class to add 4 Christina school board puts Superintendent Shelton on leave Canal and Naamans advance to winners bracket Click on the …

TSD Review July 4

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – July 4, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Stories Include Study shows Delaware’s art stirs $210 million in economic activity Land Trust to preserve Wyeth family home in Chadds Ford Four Must-Try Restaurants at the Beach Del. Supreme court vacates lower court absentee ballot ruling Affordable housing discrimination bill debated, but passes 5 First State teens named national leaders Click on the image below to …

TSD Review June 13

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – June 13, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Stories Include Italian Festival in Wilmington runs through Sunday Proposed Family leave change: Have contractor determine eligibility Kern won’t bring home Beard Award but still feels like winner House committee rejects bill to open primary voting National child wellbeing report puts Delaware 45th in education Inside The Circle: 2024 softball recap Click on the image below to …

TSD Review June 6

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – June 6, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Stories Include Torch Run unifies Special Olympics, law enforcement, community Middletown is booming – and so are its Latinos Greater Wilmington Pizza Week Continues Through June Del. Medicaid to give new moms diapers, home-delivered meals How is state grad. rate 88% with 31% math proficiency, 41% ELA? UD grad Christina Carroll takes her shot for LPGA bids …

TSD Review May 30

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – May 30, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Stories Include Women-led Ladybug Fest welcomes international musicians for 1st time EDGE reaches milestone with 100 small business grants Three beach restaurants to try this summer Former Speaker of House Orlando J. “Lonnie” George, Jr. dies at 79 65 students develop biopharma products in NIIMBL contest Cape takes girls lacrosse crown back from Tatnall Click on the …

TSD Review May 23

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – May 23, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include Hagley to welcome summer with Kick-off Saturday Incyte’s move into MBNA buildings will add up to 500 new jobs Fusco’s Italian Water Ice opens on Kirkwood Highway State Sportsmen, others file lawsuit against permit-to-purchase law Parents upset as staffing issues close special needs school Salesianum, Saint Mark’s, Padua & Tatnall run away with championships Click …

TSD Review May 16

TownSquareLIVE Weekly Review – May 16, 2024

Sonja FreyTown Square Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include War memorial near bridge to be renovated, expanded Widener Law, DSU nursing may join $57M Wilmington education hub Robbie Jester aims to infuse new life into Kitty Knight Senator: State needs food desert map, grocery store aid 2024 Delaware school board election results Xenidis and Arrowsmith combine to keep Caravel on top Click on the …

Southbridge

Southbridge residents await remediation of contaminated park

Jose Castaneda PerezGovernment, Headlines

This story was originally published on Spotlight Delaware.  Regular visitors of Barbara Hicks Park in Wilmington’s Southbridge neighborhood face potential health risks stemming from contaminants in the soil that were discovered nearly two years ago. Despite the discovery, city officials have not yet made a decision on remedial action or established a timeline to clean up the park. Frequent park visitors face …

Delaware House of Representatives Morrison

House GOP condemns Morrison for rape, violence comments

Betsy PriceHeadlines, Government

Delaware House Republicans this week condemned Rep. Eric Morrison who, among other things, said in a hearing that racketeering, extortion and bestiality were not violent crimes and that most cases of rape were statutory and not violent.  “While Rep. Morrison is factually wrong–racketeering, extortion and bestiality often  involve violence–our antipathy for his declaration centers on his views of sexual assault …