Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – July 25, 2021

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:


New daily COVID-19 cases more than double in last four weeks
Delaware will spend $100 million opioid windfall on treatment, prevention
Mispillion, Cedar Creek watersheds worth millions for nature alone, study says
Dover leaders form USS Delaware submarine support association
Student activist convinces State Fair to build more accessible bathroom
State Democrat leaders condemn Brady for racist speech


UD’s Resident Ensemble Players offerings will stay online for fall
House painter by day. Artist by night. Ellendale artist can’t put down brush
Delaware State Police seek help naming VW Beetle recruit
State Fair opened Thursday with honor-system COVID masking


Cargo containers are stacked at site of new Bear Drive In
Kenny elected to board of regional school accreditation group
Staffing shortage forces Steak Works Pizza to close for good
Christiana Care, Bayhealth, Blue Cross join to offer Medicare product

Food & Dining

Bardea owners to open Market Street steakhouse in ’22
Wilmington Brew Works, Hagley Museum put history in bottle


$80 million Clean Water Act sets up trust to direct cash into projects
‘Walking the talk:’ Carney signs bill to raise minimum wage to $15
Sen. Ernie Lopez will not seek re-election in 2022


State pays $15 million for COVID testing company to work with schools

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