Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – October 17, 2021

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:


Proposed House redistricting offers more changes than Senate
Senate redistricting maps show few impactful changes
Delaware auditor Kathy McGuinness indicted on five counts
McGuiness pleads not guilty; bail set at $50,000
Dems, others call for McGuiness to resign or take leave of absence
State School Boards Assn. condemns calling mask protests ‘domestic terrorism’


Winterthur names longtime gardening guru Chris Strand as new CEO
Delawarean’s spice blend company among vendors at Hagley Craft Fair
Delaware’s 10-digit dialing requirement starts Oct. 24


As Bear Drive In prepares to close for season, owner calls project a success


Brew Works peach cider to raise money for Hagley Recovery Fund
Food Bank starts Thanksgiving drive, adds virtual way to participate


State COVID funds to provide bonuses for healthcare workers


Brandywine’s Jahsha Tabron named Delaware Teacher of the Year
Carney picks former Brandywine superintendent for state education post


Delaware goes pink for October
Most COVID-19 numbers continue to fall


Fourth down stop keys Dover win
DMA remains among the unbeaten
Blue Raiders remain undefeated

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