Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – October 10, 2021

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:


Housing Authority: No federal money had to be returned by Oct. 4
Lawmakers, police seek middle ground on oversight boards
Wilmington officials, workers now required to take annual ethics training


UD’s REP offer free ‘Murders in Rue Morgue’
Two-digit Delaware tag fetches big money at weekend auction
Halloween, harvest events move into full swing


Those fired for refusing vaccine not eligible for unemployment benefits
Highmark rebates 5.1% of health insurance premiums
Business group usually critical of Chancery Court praises last move


Nonprofits to compete for $100 million to use on major capital projects
State to replace Smyrna Hospital for Critically Ill
State to spend $50 million to help people qualify for better jobs
Wilmington neighborhood to receive $26.4 million COVID-19 relief funds
Carney cabinet exodus continues with Bunting leaving Education


Want to drive Monster Mile? Get a vaccine there Oct. 16-17
New Delaware COVID-19 cases levels off; other stats rise


Delaware Live week 4 top 10 rankings
St Elizabeth’s defense holds off late Indian River drive
Smyrna rallies to defeat St. George’s tech
Woodbridge scores fourth quarter touchdown to remain undefeated

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