Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – November 21, 2021

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:

HEADLINES

Judge issues gag order over McGuiness case
Darius Brown off another committee after incident at press event
Utility workers’ vaccine meeting unleashes anti-government ire
Business owners ask state to delay new trucking regulations
Paid medical leave won’t place onerous burden on business, sponsor says

CULTURE

Festival of Trees returns to Brantwyn for this year’s event
Delaware writer takes on crime in Philly for latest book
Sussex teen author wins International Latino Book Award
Bench of stone books honors devoted Hockessin library volunteer
Cape May-Lewes Ferry ticket sales exceed pre-pandemic levels

FOOD

State to invest $2 million in farmers, local food supply chain

GOVERNMENT

Kent County approves $5 million in grants for small businesses, hotels
Low-digit surf fishing tag auction starts Nov. 22
DNREC to put $1.4 million into more electric vehicle charging
Former Wilmington politician convicted for official misconduct

EDUCATION

Lake Forest’s David Thomas named 2022 Educational Support Professional
School bus company, Teamsters continue talks about pay, conditions

HEALTH

State says all over 18 and older need COVID-19 booster shots

SPORTS

Ursuline’s Sue Heiss announces retirement after 40-year career
Long time volleyball coach retiring after 37 years
Sussex Central football advances

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