Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – October 24, 2021

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:


Proposed voting maps draw ire of voters, advocacy groups, GOP
McGuiness’ lawyer asks state to pay him $550 an hour
‘Long overdue:’ Longtime Sussex Dem Greg Fuller switches party
Teens aging out of foster system to get free college tuition


Predators, storm slow piping plover nest production
Massive parade celebrates Wilmington Fire Dept.’s 100th anniversary


Salvation Army beam raising marks start of Riverfront East development
Natural gas prices likely to cause higher heating bills this winter


Kaisy’s Delights opens full-service dining room in Lewes


Delaware Memorial Bridge sets a record for September traffic
Flood damage causes Alapocas Run walking bridge to close indefinitely


Governor appoints Bridgeville student to State Board of Education
DSU, DNREC to work together on community outreach
St. Mark’s to honor fallen student, Veterans with 20K challenge


Booster shots OK’d for all vaccine brands, and they can be mixed
Number of COVID-19 cases continue to fall in Delaware


Caravel hands Quakers first loss of the season
Odessa defeats Polytech at homecoming
King Knight has a homecoming to remember
Central holds off Cape in 53rd consecutive game

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