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Chase Elliott is the winner of NASCAR’s fall race in Dover.

Elliott took the checkered flag in yesterday’s Monster Energy Series “Gander Outdoors 400” at Dover International Speedway.

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NASCAR’s Monster Energy Series “Gander Outdoors 400” is on-tap Sunday at Dover International Speedway.

It’s the first race in the NASCAR Championship Playoffs Round of 12.

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Mother Nature put a damper on the start of NASCAR’s fall race weekend in Dover.

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NASCAR’s fall race weekend in Dover gets rolling Friday.

Practice for Sunday’s Monster Energy “Gander Outdoors 400” is on-tap at 11 a.m. ahead of qualifying at 3:40 this afternoon at Dover International Speedway.

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Race fans will be able to place bets at the track during this weekend’s NASCAR tripleheader at Dover Downs Racetrack.

James Dawson, Delaware Public Media

A new LGBTQ festival debuts Sunday in New Castle.


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Delaware’s celebration of Peace Week continues through this weekend.

302GunsDown is the primary sponsor of the “Bringing It Back to Peace” celebration in Wilmington Saturday.

Jea Street Jr. is with 302GunsDown, and calls the event Peace Week’s “grand finale.”

“The overall feeling that we want people to walk away with is the feeling of encouragement and love,” said Street. “We really do try to use culture as a weapon to fight against all of these ills we’re seeing in society. We use music to heal.”

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

As part of the First State’s celebration of Peace Week, the Division of Human Relations held two public discussions in Wilmington this week during which participants were asked to respond to video clips of discrimination.


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The Special Olympics USA Training Camp gets underway Monday at the University of Delaware in Newark.

 


Henry Ward, courtesy of Chief Dennis Coker

Several Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware citizens and community members recently travelled to the National Museum of the American Indian’s Cultural Resources Center for the first time.


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