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Where is the wave of evictions experts predicted? 'Too early to say'

Experts and advocates predicted a wave of evictions once moratoriums lifted. That has not panned out locally, at least not yet.

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CHOP PolicyLab predicts COVID-19 resurgence in the region

A public health research center in Philadelphia is predicting a resurgence of COVID-19 cases in the region.

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New Castle County accidentally sent out 51,000 property tax bills to residents who should not receive them.

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Governor John Carney has signed the 24th modification to his State of Emergency declaration, allowing driver education services to resume, with safety measures in place to prevent transmission of COVID-19. 



As Delaware’s overdose rate continues to rise, the state continues its effort to hand out free Naloxone. 

Delaware is on pace to have another record year of overdoses as the coronavirus pandemic has brought on a surge of deadly drug use.


Residents will be able to stream New Castle County Council meetings in the near future.


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Bike stores in Delaware have seen a massive surge in business during the pandemic. But the new normal is not all good for these local shops. 

This year’s Delaware State Bar Exam is canceled.


The exam was scheduled to take place in mid-September at the Delaware State Fairgrounds to minimize COVD-19 transmission, but Chief Justice Collins Seitz, Jr. announced Friday they are scrapping the exam instead.


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Delaware has been in Phase 2 of its reopening plan for over a month – with no firm indication when it could move to Phase 3.

That uncertainty means many Delaware businesses are seeing their recovery efforts stall as they also wrestle with how to navigate a post-COVID world.

The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce hosted a virtual conference this week addressing these issues and contributor Jon Hurdle sat in on it.

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Most of the talk about the upcoming school year is understandably centered on whether school buildings and college campuses will reopen – even partially – or will kids start the new year as they ended the last – learning remotely at home.

But that uncertainty has implications beyond what learning will look like.

This is normally back-to-school shopping season. But what does that look like if you don’t know whether your kid is going to a school building or learning from home? And is this yet another potential hit for retailers already reeling from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic?

Contributor Eileen Dallabrida examines these issues.

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We take some time again this week to focus on our latest collaboration with the Delaware State News - Building Bridges - conversations with Delawareans working in the community on social justice and furthering racial equality.

Over the past two weeks, we’ve brought you interviews done by Delaware Public Media's Sophia Schmidt for this project.  But there are many more available from Delaware State News reporters.

This week we are joined by one of those reporters, Katie Redefer, who produced pieces on Southern Delaware Alliance for Racial Justice chairwoman Charlotte King and Delaware Division of Human Relations director Romona Fullman.

Votes for Women exhibit

The Brandywine River Museum of Art re-opened this month after its forced coronavirus closure. 


And two exhibits planned earlier for this year are finally on display.