Town Square LIVE Weekly Review – September 16, 2021

Sonja Frey Town Square Live, Weekly Review

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TSD Sept 16-2021

This Week’s Top Headlines Include:

Community

Hagley damage may hit $2 million, and it has no flood insurance
Upcoming Masses to honor military, first responders, legal profession
Wilmington Jaycees bring back Christmas Parade
For 1st time, Milford woman describes escaping twin towers 20 years ago
Delaware Art Museum to require proof of vaccination to enter

BUSINESS

Case backlog, hope for rent assistance keep Delaware eviction filings low

GOVERNMENT

Darius Brown follows other legislators into job partly funded by state
House Ethics Committee dismisses complaint against Brady
Ordinance would require ethics training for Wilmington officials, employees
Democratic State Senate, House leaders announce redistricting plans
Proposed Wilmington ordinance would close stores, bodegas at 10 p.m.

EDUCATION

Independence School’s wowzer of outdoor classroom links kids, nature
DSU, UD both rise in annual national college rankings
State will pay for 10 days of COVID-19 leave for teachers
DSU’s Tony Allen tapped to head White House HBCU group

HEALTH

State sees highest number of daily COVID cases since January
Newark’s Community Day canceled in wake of UD COVID-19 rules

SPORTS

St. Mark’s uses powerful ground game to escape Red Lion
Salesianum Soccer makes dramatic comeback to earn win in season opener
Sallies uses air attack to defeat Central

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