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Sunday Morning Weekly Review: August 2, 2020

This week marks the start of August. On this issue we start with visions of the Delaware State Fair. This year was different than most, with closings and changes all over the state. We bring you the information first. Our State. Our News. Our Home.

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Delaware Headlines

Campaign signs: The surprising cost and controversy

Resurgence committee reveals recommendations to deal with COVID-19

Government & Politics

Delaware Government and Politics News

Carney: Wearing masks is key to opening everything

New Castle County sends out thousands of tax bills by mistake; vendor glitch blamed

Did you get seeds from China you didn’t order? Report them, state says

Wilmington’s Jackson Street on-ramp will close forever on Monday

Swimmers warned that bacteria levels are raised at Rehoboth Beach



Delaware Culture News

State Fair attendance down, but Twiggs emerges as the star

State Park beaches remain packed to capacity, even with COVID-19

Local charity running circuit goes virtual to raise funds and keep a safe distance 

Food & Dining

Delaware Food and Dining

As unemployment checks change, will more line up at Food Bank mobile pantries?

Newark restaurants depend on UD, so what happens when classes go online?


Delaware Business News

Millennial Summit leaves Chase Center for 3-day virtual conference

Newark merchants will turn to online sales to make up for fewer students in fall

August NASCAR race to go ahead in Dover without fans


Delaware Education News

Teachers react to Brandywine School Board member telling them to quit or get in classroom

Wilmington Friends will start school with a mix of in-person and remote learning


Delaware Health News

Mind Mechanic: Practice being fully present with mindfulness

Police & Fire

Delaware Police and Fire News

Exclusive: Greenville man recounts battle with armed intruder

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