This issue starts with the beach, but the stories cover much more including: A quieter Fourth of July: only Dewey Beach is committed to fireworks display, Price joins Delaware LIVE as Senior Editor and much more!
Here are some of the happenings around Delaware last week:
Incoming DHSS secretary: We have the tools to avoid another shutdown; Governor John Carney on Thursday announced a delay in moving to Phase 3 of Delaware’s economic reopening; Delaware State Fair, a go without Hank Williams Jr., but with plans for social distance; Carney tells state-level police they cannot use chokeholds; State won’t prosecute protestors or police from Dover incidents; Multiple law enforcement agencies blast AG Jennings, say they are ”under attack”
A few other titles include:
- Bill to allow voting by mail this year awaits Carney’s signature
- Freshly reopened, Winterthur grounds are already drawing huge crowds
- Wilmington’s Jamila Mustafa personifies the power, spirit of Ladybug Music Festival
- Smooth sailing: Grain on the Rocks’ outdoor space draws crowds at Lewes Ferry terminal
- Welcome Back: Newark to dine, shop in Main Street to celebrate reopening.
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