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Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – Dec. 4, 2022

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

Click on the image below to view as a PDF This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Sneak Peek: Chancery Market Food Hall and Bar Teachers union calls for pay committee to #MoveTheMeeting Many Del. districts don’t evaluate superintendents annually Culture Hale Byrnes House to unveil painting of witness tree Odessa Houses’ Christmas designer takes on the White House ‘Sister Act’ …


Multiple hunting seasons to open in November

Staff WriterCulture, Headlines

Next month’s general firearm deer season, commonly known as the “November shotgun season,” will be open from Nov. 11 through Nov. 20. That’s just one of many hunting seasons set to open next month, along with the special deer hunt open only to youth and non-ambulatory hunters on Saturday, Nov. 4 and Sunday, Nov. 6. Duck, Canada goose, and other …

A doe or female deer in a Delaware field DNREC photo

Multiple hunting seasons to open in October

Staff WriterCulture, Headlines

Additional Delaware hunting seasons are set to open in October, including various deer firearm seasons, duck, snow goose and other migratory game birds – as well as the one-day youth-only waterfowl hunt. The youth-only waterfowl hunt will occur on Saturday, Oct. 15, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced Tuesday.  Deer hunting is allowed on all Sundays …

Delaware LIVE Weekly Review – Jan. 30, 2022

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Headlines Wilmington residents sign petition in support of police chief Gov’s budget proposal nears $5 billion; includes raises for all state employees Purzycki says city will put $50 million into residential redevelopment Police officers, New Castle County settle sexual harassment suit Bayhealth employees face Feb. 28 vaccine deadline Culture Hunting opportunities still available as season …

Delaware LIVE Weekly Review December 5, 2021

Sonja FreyDelaware Live, Weekly Review

This Week’s Top Headlines Include: HEADLINES Move to create Delaware inspector general post gains momentum Lawsuits against Carney aim to ‘restore religious freedom forever in Delaware’ Convoy taking wreaths to Arlington will stop in Delaware CULTURE Delaware has a small connection to live broadcast of ‘Annie’ UD’s Resident Ensemble returns to live theater in February Rockwood open house launches month …

4 more Delmarva fox squirrels moved to Delaware

Ken MammarellaCulture, Government, Headlines

Delmarva fox squirrel. DNREC photo The Delmarva fox squirrel, a rare species in Delaware that has recovered in much of its regional range, has received another boost, with two male and two female squirrels translocated from Maryland to the Redden State Forest, north of Georgetown. Delmarva fox squirrels are now abundant on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. Still, these large, silver-gray …