DelawareLive May 21

DelawareLIVE Weekly Review – May 21, 2023

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DelawareLive May 21

This Week’s Top Headlines Include:


Delaware still expects $963.5 surplus for 2024 budget
School board elections: turnout low, but rising in places
Revamped summer school lets students get ahead, stay active


Clifford Brown Jazz Fest releases lineup
Darley House envisioned as home for Claymont entrepreneurs
New York man sets new Delaware fishing record


Cancer-focused CorriXR Therapetics wins ‘most promising’ award
State Division of Small Business highlights support programs

Food & Dining

More than raw appeal: 10 seafood towers to try in Delaware


Retiree skewers subcommittee for possible change in benefits
Republicans point out high costs, chance of fire in EV debate
House committee approves LGBTQ panic defense ban
Legislators called traitors, lawbreakers in gun permit debate
Earn more than $100,000? Bill will raise your income taxes
Senate committee moves along energy office bill
Legalizing assisted suicide sparks debate in Dover. Again.


Charters ignored; state to change leader certifications
DSU raising tuition by $1,500 a year starting in fall
UD to raise tuition 5%, even with surprise surplus
Food service workers, paraprofessionals could get raises

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