Weekly COVID update: Average up for new cases, hospitalizations

The Delaware Division of Public Health said that as of Thursday, 38,398 Delawareans have been diagnosed with COVID-19.

Here’s how to find a Delaware pop-up testing site the week of Dec. 6

State officials are worried that high numbers of positive cases now will mean huge numbers of hospitalizations in a couple of weeks.

Is our time uniquely polarizing or are we uniquely American?

One thought about modern politics is that we're more divided than we have been in decades; another says we just don’t love talking politics all the time.

Homebrew contest winner will see his recipe made by Thompson Island

Follmer’s winning IPA has notes of peach, guava and grapefruit: 'This surprisingly full-bodied beer was balanced with fruit-forward hop notes.'

DIAA: Here’s what we’ll do about fall championships, winter sports

Winter sports competition will not be permitted until January 11 fall sport championships are permitted to continue during this time

Carney: Stay at home, stop in-person classes, wear masks in homes in some cases

'A vaccine is on the way but, make no mistake, we are facing the most difficult few months of this crisis,' the governor said.

Here are the DIAA DII Field Hockey round one results

First round scores: Archmere Academy defeated Delaware Military Academy 5-0. Archmere was led by Samuel Gattuso who scored four goals to lead the Auks. Archmere will advance to face Newark Charter at Newark Charter...

DIAA Division II Soccer round one results

Archmere, MOT Charter, St Marks, and Caravel all advance to the next round of the DIAA Boys Soccer tournament

Brewery to release Biden-inspired beer on Delaware Day

Wilmington Brew Works toasts a native son's rise to the White House with a beer named for Biden's legendary commute by railway.

State continues update on COVID vaccine release

Delaware will be able to keep vaccine at the ultra cold low temperatures required, and it's anxious not to waste any of the precious drugs.
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