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COVID-19 Patient leaves Bayhealth after more than 200 days

The caregivers and staff at Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus recently filled the lobby to celebrate as a patient who spent more than seven months in the hospital battling COVID-19 was transferred to the next stage of her recovery. In early...

Bayhealth honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Bayhealth’s Volunteer Services team is gathering food donations for Code Purple in Kent and Sussex counties as part of our drive to improve the health and well-being of all who live...

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...

Nicola Pizza Preliminary Site Plan Approved

Nicola Pizza's site plan includes a two-story restaurant, a deck and 144 parking places on its 1.86-acre lot.

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.'

Del Tech offers Workforce Development options

Registration information can be found online at https://dtcc.edu/academics/registration-information.

A Delaware native’s search for her long-lost birth family

Mary Tyson always knew she was adopted as an infant. At age 52, after her adoptive parents passed on, she began looking for her birth mother.

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.

Nonprofits fear minimum wage hike without accompanying rise in state contract pay

Nonprofits who provide social services say they will be forced to cut jobs, services or both if minimum wage goes up.
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COVID-19 Patient leaves Bayhealth after more than 200 days

The caregivers and staff at Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus recently filled the lobby to celebrate as a patient who...

Milford LIVE Weekly Review – January 19, 2021

Open the Weekly Review PDF Here This Week's Top Headlines Include: Headlines MHS Senior participates in MLK Voice 4 Youth finals Culture New photo page, Delaware Community Lens, will...

Young Girls Team Eager to Learn

This year was eagerly anticipated for the Milford girls’ basketball team, with a young team coming back with a year's worth of experience under...

Bucs Fall at Buzzer

Coming into this season, the Milford boys’ basketball team knew it was going to be about learning what it takes to win at...

Bayhealth honors Martin Luther King Jr. Day

In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Bayhealth’s Volunteer Services team is gathering food donations for Code Purple in Kent and Sussex counties...
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