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Food Bank of Delaware

Efforts in Delaware to feed those in need

There are several organizations in the First State making sure the people struggling to make ends meat will have a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving.

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Medical Society of Delaware

MSD will continue to use the term "physician-assisted suicide"

The Medical Society of Delaware is deciding to continue its policy opposing what they term as physician-assisted suicide, but some, including state legislators, want them to use the name—and support the practice of—medical aid in dying.

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Food Bank of Delaware

There are several organizations in the First State making sure the people struggling to make ends meat will have a turkey dinner on Thanksgiving.

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As many across the Mid-Atlantic region prepare for a Thanksgiving road trip, they will find that gas prices have remained fairly stable, even dipping a penny or two on the week.

 

A hearing scheduled to start Monday, where lawyers for the state were scheduled to argue for the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by the family of a corrections officer killed during an 18-hour siege at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna in February, has been postponed by a federal judge.

 

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The Medical Society of Delaware held its 228th annual meeting this weekend, to educate its physicians, elect its new slate of officers and discuss new motions.

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Venture capital firm SmartInvest Ventures is helping a Wilmington nonprofit grow.


A new Sussex County health care agency is helping meet seniors’ health needs, while providing them with companionship from their peers.

Rehoboth Transliance

The inaugural Transgender Day of Remembrance Memory Mile will be held in Rehoboth Beach Monday night.


Wesley College’s football team is moving on in the NCAA Division III tournament.

The Wolverines, ranked 13th in the nation, pulled away late in a 45-27 first round win over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) Saturday in Dover.

Wesley College’s football team tries to continue an impressive NCAA tournament streak this weekend.

 

The Wolverines are in the NCAA Division III playoffs for a 13th straight year – and if history is any indication – they will survive the opening round.

Virginia Institute of Marine Science

A regional board decided earlier this week how to move forward with managing a tiny baitfish called menhaden along the East Coast.


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