Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – September 26, 2021

Sonja Frey Delaware Live, Weekly Review

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DelawareLive-Sept 26

This Week’s Top Headlines Include:

HEADLINES

Mistakes logging vaccine shots may mean Delaware underreported numbers
Chancery Court won’t force ChristianaCare to give COVID patient Ivermectin

CULTURE

For many artists, Firefly first live show since start of COVID-19
Firefly fans quickly put storm, delays behind them as music starts
Biggs Museum given historic building on Dover Green
Grand, opera, symphony join forces for New Year’s Eve gala concert
In 2022, Longwood will bring back artist who illuminated the grounds
DBCC to host Aunt Mary Pat’s “Talk of the Township”
Vet Fest to recognize longtime advocate Saturday

BUSINESS

Wilmington to pay for 20 teens to take drone, virtual reality classes

FOOD

Newark’s Peach Blossom Eatery expected to open in November

EDUCATION

For private schools and prospective students, it’s Admission Season
Delaware law firm will pay for LSAT tests, tutoring for DSU students

HEALTH

Delaware tells vaccine providers to give booster doses to those eligible
COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations drop a bit during last week
Delawareans warned to protect themselves from mosquito bites

SPORTS

Delaware Live Top 10 ranking for Week 3

POLICE & FIRE

Former Dewey Beach officer convicted for assaulting man on stretcher

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