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Delaware tourism officials say the multi-purpose sports complex DE Turf in Frederica is helping to drive the local economy.

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The Eagles’ first-ever Super Bowl parade did not disappoint.

Birds’ fans jammed the city to celebrate with the team.

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Today’s the day the Eagles’ and their fans celebrate the Birds’ first-ever Super Bowl title together.

Philadelphia’s Super Bowl parade is expected to draw a million or more people to the city.

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No Delawareans are competing in the Winter Olympics starting this week, but the First State still has a connection to the 2018 games. Some of the U.S. figure skaters battling for gold in South Korea have sharpened their skills at University of Delaware during their careers.

 


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The celebration of the Eagles first-ever Super Bowl title will last well into the week.

The City of Philadelphia says its parade honoring the Birds will be Thursday, tentatively starting at 11 am.

Special Olympics Delaware

Special Olympics Delaware annual Polar Bear Plunge takes place this weekend in Rehoboth Beach.

 


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The Delaware State Fair will host two additional concerts in 2018 outside of the fair’s regular 10 day stretch in July.

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Officials with The Delaware Department of Natural Resources counted more people camping in state parks in 2017 than ever before.

A former University of Delaware football stand-out is entering the NFL head coaching ranks.

Matt Nagy is the new head coach of the Chicago Bears.

Delaware’s top boys’ high school hoop team saw its impressive win streak end on day two of the 2017 Slam Dunk to the Beach tournament in Lewes.

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