pandemic Where is the wave of evictions experts predicted? 'Too early to say' By Sophia Schmidt • Aug 1, 2020 Delaware Public Media Experts and advocates predicted a wave of evictions once moratoriums lifted. That has not panned out locally, at least not yet. Listen Listening... / 1:00 Listen to this story Child abuse reports down, hospitalizations up in Delaware amid pandemic By Sophia Schmidt • Jul 30, 2020 Experts across the country have worried more cases of child abuse are going unreported during the pandemic, as stresses on families increase but reports of child abuse drop. State officials in Delaware have seen a similar reduction in reports. Listen Listening... / 0:56 Listen to this story Delaware bike shops see surge in sales, supply shortages amid pandemic By Sophia Schmidt • Jul 24, 2020 Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media 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. Listen Listening... / 1:24 Listen to this story Gov. Carney announces Delaware beaches, community pools to open next Friday By Sophia Schmidt • May 14, 2020 Delaware Public Media Gov. John Carney announced Thursday that restrictions on beaches and community pools will be lifted 5 p.m. May 22, allowing them to open for Memorial Day weekend.