The Weekly Review – May 12, 2020

Read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/May%2012.pdf 

Headlines of the week:    COVID-19 Ingenuity:  Gallery 37;Farmers Markets Delay Opening Statewide; State Declares Farmer’s Markets Non-Essential; Webb Named Lulu Ross Teach of the Year; Water Donation Helps Residents of New Hope; State Clarifies Unemployment Rules; Milford Library Offering Virtual Options; State Holds Economic Recovery Town Halls; Gov Announces Steps Allowing Businesses to Expand Services; Gov. Targets Economic Reopening for June 1; Learning Hours Waived for Students; Presidential Primary Rescheduled, July 7

Plus Sports including Brennan Loving Liberty.

 


Read this week’s edition at  https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/May%2012.pdf

 

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