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The office of Sen. Chris Coons / Lauren Witzke for U.S. Senate

Witzke challenges Coons on Supreme Court nomination, addresses QAnon claims

Sen. Chris Coons faced off against Republican challenger Lauren Witzke at the first candidate forum of the general election season.

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

State officials say Delaware is prepared to distribute a vaccine once one is approved

State health officials say Delaware is prepared to distribute a coronavirus vaccine once one gets federal approval.

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The Delaware Courts are resuming issuing bench warrants for people who fail to show up for court. This comes as court officials navigate operating with COVID restrictions in place.  

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The latest book from Townsend-based author Dante Brizill is out.

“Red Ball Express:” is the second in Dante Brizill's “Greatness Under Fire” series.


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Dover plans to move forward with trick or treating on Halloween and its annual holiday celebration in December.

 

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Members of the Trump Administration visited an urban farm in Wilmington Monday. They see the project as a model for economic development and reentry training programs. 


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Four incumbents were re-elected Saturday to fill open seats on the Bethany Beach Town Council.

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Teachers in the Cape Henlopen School District say they doubt the district’s plan to reopen safely.

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Delaware State University receives National Science Foundation funding to allow undergraduates to take part in ongoing hemp research.


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New Castle County residents debated the best way to deal with climate change last week.


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A multi-vendor food hall in Wilmington closed by the COVID-19 pandemic is ready to return this week.

 


Catholic Diocese of Wilmington

The bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Wilmington celebrates a live-streamed Mass this weekend, in honor of Delawareans who died during the COVID-19 pandemic.


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