Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – November 14, 2021

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:

HEADLINES

Del. utility workers fight labeling as federal contractors, vaccine mandate
Townsend to restart police department, with Milford man as chief
Milford man’s WWII service took him around world, into D-Day invasion
Carney extends school mask mandate through Feb. 8
McGuiness corruption trial set for May 2022

CULTURE

‘Waitress’ to hit Playhouse with new lead actress, seats – but no pie
Delaware Arts Alliance head chosen to direct state arts division
State hopes to inspire Delawareans to plant tree for every resident
Delaware State Fair announces headline entertainment for 2022

GOVERNMENT

Senate cancels session, asks former judge for advice on ousting McGuiness
DMV picks Veterans Day to launch new site for Veterans
Pro-business group, ACLU to rally to open police misconduct records

EDUCATION

19 school employees vie to be Education Support Professional 2022

HEALTH

Breast Cancer Coalition calls for expression of kindness
Rabid raccoon found near Frazier, Denny Roads in Bear

SPORTS

Seaford cancer survivor Cole Willey inspired to represent No. 4
Caravel spoils “Senior Night” for St. Elizabeth
Auks remain undefeated with big win over DMA

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