Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – September 19, 2021

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This Week’s Top Headlines Include:


Darius Brown follows other legislators into job partly funded by state
Hagley damage may hit $2 million, and it has no flood insurance
House Ethics Committee dismisses complaint against Brady
GOP’s Julianne Murray to run for AG on law-and-order platform


Somerville Manning forced to move anniversary show because of flooding
Upcoming Masses to honor military, first responders, legal profession
Wilmington Jaycees bring back Christmas Parade


Restaurants cut hours as struggle with hiring continues


Tavern on Kings promises ‘elevated’ dining at former Governor’s Café


State to invest $110 million in expanding broadband ‘the last mile’
Spadola’s ethics bill tabled until Wilmington Council’s October meeting
Wilmington offers plumbing, electrical help for residents with flood damage
Owe for an old toll ticket? Delaware has a deal for you


Independence School’s wowzer of outdoor classroom links kids, nature
DSU, UD both rise in annual national college rankings


Delaware COVID-19 cases rise as FDA recommends booster vaccines for some
Cat found near Battery Park tests positive for rabies


Middletown Defense “Shines” in Harvest Bowl
William Penn forces late turnovers to defeat Cape Henlopen

Police & Fire

Wilmington Fire Department union leader sentenced for child porn

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