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Out-of-state, local shoppers enjoy Tanger Outlets on Black Friday

Rehoboth’s Tanger Outlets are often a “can’t miss” part of a tourist’s visit to the beach community, but on Black Friday, the outlets attracted a lot of locals too, staff said.

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UD professor pooling treatment resources from vast medical database

A University of Delaware researcher is working with a national team to put together a database of modern medical resources, giving doctors a tool to more quickly diagnose and treat patients.

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The state is slashing prices today for Black Friday, but the deals don’t have anything to do with shopping. In fact, they’re meant to help Delawareans who want to avoid the shopping frenzy.

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The Rehoboth Beach rental tax will soon be comparable to most other beach towns.


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The Delaware Division of Public Health is reporting the first confirmed cases of influenza in a child this season.

University of Delaware President Dennis Assanis told state budget officials this week that he wants to attract more graduate students to the university.

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Some Delaware dietitians say Thanksgiving is more than just about family food traditions. It’s about getting the right nutrition. 

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The Department of Education is asking for a more than 4 percent raise in its budget for next year. The department is also asking for nearly $1.5 billion for fiscal year 2019.

Delaware State University has earned nearly $11 million in new federal funding for its scientific collaboration with the University of Delaware.

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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The day before Thanksgiving is dubbed “Blackout Wednesday” or “Drinksgiving” in some circles.

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Community empowerment group Network Delaware is asking Delaware’s Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control to give residents a bigger voice as the state talks redevelopment in Delaware’s Coastal Zone.