DelawareLive May 5

DelawareLIVE Weekly Review – May 5, 2024

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Review Includes: GOP’s Mike Ramone to file Monday to run for governor Changes afoot for Polly Drummond yard waste site Delaware Live wins 10 Delaware Press Association awards Jones-Potter expects to face status quo in Wilmington mayor race St. Edmond’s dedicates arena focused on STEM, gaming Lightning strikes twice as Goldey eliminates Wilmington Click on the image below …

The entrance to to Dover Motor Speedway featuring the Monster. Photo by Nick Halliday

10 reasons to hit Dover Motor Speedway this weekend

Nick HallidayHeadlines, Sports

  As we drove around the Monster Mile of the Dover Motor Speedway, we hit half the 180 mph that NASCAR drivers do. Even so, you could feel the track pull the car right, towards the wall. Speedway President Mike Tatoian countered the pull by holding the steering wheel to the left, a move that looked like an upper body …

DelawareLive April 21

DelawareLIVE Weekly Review – April 21, 2024

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Review Includes: State committee endorses pricey, private garage tunnel Landmark Chadds Ford restaurant The Gables to start B&B Meet Bobby Pancake, celebrating High 5 Hospitality’s 20 years Assisted suicide finally passes House, GOP with major concerns 93 honored as 2024 Secretary of Education Scholars No. 7 Polytech rallies past Smyrna Click on the image below to read these …

DelawareLive Feb 25

DelawareLIVE Weekly Review – February 25, 2024

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Review Includes: Dover Fan Zone adds DockDogs, Mirror Men and Robocars DOJ seeks info on Seaford children’s pastor charged with porn Bloom Energy plans to move some Delaware jobs to Mexico 2024 Wilmington Beer Week adds brews outside city Wilmington’s Tariah Hyland wins John Lewis youth award for activism DIAA to focus on HS athletes selling name, image …

Firefly fans start to flow through gates about 7:30 p.m.

Charlie MegginsonCulture, Headlines

Thousands of fans were waiting anxiously to admission into the Firefly Music Festival late Thursday. Thousands of wet and tired concertgoers began flowing through the entry gates to the Firefly Music Festival in Dover about 7:30 p.m., seven hours after admissions were expected to begin. Early in the day it was clear the event’s start would be marred with weather …