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Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – Jan. 1, 2023

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:


A perfect storm for schools, teachers: No subs, bus woes, COVID
As revenues rise, Republicans say taxpayers should get some money back


Renter, landlord advocates disagree over solutions to eviction crisis
Child care workers still waiting for promised $1,500 state bonuses


Pike Creek church’s drive-thru ash anointing returns
Marijuana legalization fails after stunning series of events, political maneuvering
Delaware schools to turn to science of reading to improve literacy rates


Take a first peek at new Museum of Nature and Science
Delaware’s affordable housing crisis affects middle class, too
Police K-9s amaze Highlands Elementary students


The Mercury fast becoming community hub in Old New Castle
One Democrat. One Republican. Both want an inspector general


Fujifilm exec: 2 plants may not be enough
Dem. bills would ban semi-automatics, under 21 possession
Colonial’s dropout prevention program shows impressive results 


Pettyjohn, Briggs King secure exception to magazine ban, save jobs
Kowalko: House Speaker killed inspector general bill


Legislative Hall expansion far from a done deal
Pires, 3 others paid $17K for anti-Greg Fuller mailer
State education test scores dismal, described as ‘crisis’


Rehoboth’s offshore wind primer aired all sides of issue
Vote-by-mail ruling: More complex than simply barring it
Change to state retirees’ health insurance prompts angst


Tate Museum exhibit to travel to Delaware Art Museum in 2023
Supreme Court strikes down vote-by-mail, same-day registration
History favors Ramone, numbers favor Burns in Pike Creek race
State to unveil new math program to combat low scores


Interest rises in A.I. duPont going green to stem enrollment drop
Colonial surprise: Reading scores higher after COVID
Delaware GOP leaders: Party needs change to win
Many Del. districts don’t evaluate superintendents annually


A woman’s place? For Ruth Briggs King, it’s the legislature
As A.I. du Pont High enrollment dropped, so did test scores

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