One year out of the height of the pandemic, 2022 was a tale of recovery and resilience.
At Delaware LIVE News, we learned how to adapt to a new age of journalism, and we’ve tried to share the information that matters to you in a fair and unbiased way.
As another year comes to an end, all of us here at Delaware and Town Square LIVE wanted to take a moment to wish you all the best in 2023.
To usher you into the new year, we’ve compiled a list of the most-read stories of 2022 in the areas of government, education and dining, plus some honorable mentions.
Most-read government stories
- Delaware election results 2022
- Who’s running? Full list of candidates in Delaware
- Final draft of plan for I-95 cap park released
- Carney vetoes medical marijuana gun bill
- Del. House Republicans pick new minority leader, whip
- Rep. Mike Ramone prevails in election recount
- State treasurer race boils down to experience, values
- Delaware judge halts mail-in voting
- Who’s running in Delaware’s Nov. 8 general election?
- State 2022 budget includes bonuses for employees, pensioners
Honorable mention: McGuiness saves Carney the trouble, resigns immediately
Most-read education stories
- State grapples over freeze on equalization formula
- The future is now at Saint Mark’s High School Esports Center
- Many Del. districts don’t evaluate superintendents annually
- Reading, teacher retention top successful 2022 education bills
- State to unveil new math program to combat low scores
- Interest rises in A.I. duPont going green to stem enrollment drop
- Public, charter school choice applications now open
- Colonial surprise: Reading scores higher after COVID
- Signing Day: 4 Ursuline Raiders commit to collegiate play
- William Penn High forms student advocacy group
Honorable mention: Del. child care worker registry open; $1,000 bonuses going out
Most-read food & dining stories
- Delaware pastry chef competes tonight on Food Network
- Delaware chef to battle it out on Netflix’s snack show
- National Sandwich Day: Where is Delaware’s best Reuben?
- Sneak Peek: Chancery Market Food Hall and Bar
- 9 Delaware restaurants earn Wine Spectator Award of Excellence
- Will Delaware pastry chef Dru Tevis take $25,000 prize?
- 5 festive holiday places to drink, dine
- Rosenfeld’s Big Fish closes in Brandywine Hundred
- New Lewes Oyster House offers seaside tavern vibes
- Del. man vies for $10,000 on Food Network gingerbread show
Honorable mention: Rehoboth’s Dru Tevis wins Food Network’s baking title
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