Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – November 7, 2021

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:

HEADLINES

Former Governor Minner passes away
General Assembly passes redistricting bill; new district lines take effect next election
Permanent school mask mandate is on hold, for now
New Del. ‘ghost gun’ law violates 1st, 2nd Amendments, suit says
Kent considering $5M in grants for businesses hurt by pandemic

CULTURE

Postal Service’s Operation Santa is now accepting letters
Wilmington Art Loop returns in December, after 20-month hiatus

GOVERNMENT

Possible bus driver strike might make Appo high schools go virtual
New Castle County to require new homes to be EV-charger ready
Resolution condemning federal government for school board overreach fails in Senate
Child care providers, DSU to receive millions in COVID-19 relief funds
House, Senate seek advice on McGuiness removal, but fail to finish job
State GOP predicts ‘red wave’ in 2022, plans to kick off campaign Monday
Closures for toll plaza, I-95/Route 141 interchange, Route 9

HEALTH

Children ages 5-11 now eligible for Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine
Del. announces first 2 cases of flu and encourages vaccines
It’s open enrollment time on Del. Health Insurance Marketplace

SPORTS

Woodbridge rolls over Red Lion
Smyrna seniors excel on their “Night”
Big night from Drumgo leads Caravel past Milford in a battle of Buccaneers

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