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State opens second-dose slots for residents who got 1st shot anywhere before Jan. 23

Also, 2,000 people vaccinated Jan. 30 at the Chase Center are being contacted to schedule their second there Feb. 27.

Founder’s Folio: Peaceful transitions of power and the importance of states’ rights

When John Adams conceded to Thomas Jefferson in 1800, the concept of a peaceful transition was set.

Sussex County names Kristin Cooper Employee of the Year for 2020

On Jan. 5, 2021, Sussex County named Kristin Cooper of Georgetown the 2020 employee of the year for County government.  The 2020 winner was announced during the Sussex County Council’s first meeting of the new year. Ms. Cooper was...

Delaware announces first child has died from COVID-19

With new COVID-19 cases trending up after the December holidays, Delaware health officials have announced a child has died from COVID-19. It's the first pediatric death and involved a child under the age of 5 from New Castle County who...

Once homeless himself, Georgetown’s Jim Martin devotes life to helping the struggling

'There are thousands in Sussex County who are living in their cars right now. The working poor can't buy both a house and a car, so they buy a car.'

City Council Approves Economic Development Position

On Monday, December 14, Milford City Council approved the creation of an Economic Development and Community Engagement Administrator. This is a position created to address Council’s desire to create a stronger economic development focus, according to Mark Whitfield, City...

State says 750 vaccines administered to healthcare workers by Friday

Delaware expects to get 2,900 more doses of Pfizer vaccine and 16,700 doses of the Moderna one approved Thursday.

COVID hospitalizations over 400; here’s where to be tested week of Dec. 20

With 407 people hospitalized with COVID-19, the state is reaching the 450-bed limit that health officials have said are available for COVID-19 patients.

Got a question about COVID-19 vaccine? State’s call center opens Friday

The call center will operate from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

COVID-19 vaccinations to begin today in 3 long-term care facilities

Residents of long-term care facilities are expected to begin receiving the vaccine the week of Dec. 28.
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Milford LIVE Weekly Review – February 23, 2021

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DBCC Young Survivors in Action: Mary Leard

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Milford police facility architect contract awarded

On Feb. 22, Milford City Council voted to award Becker Morgan with the architectural contract for the new police facility that was approved by...
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