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Delaware State University signs agreement to acquire Wesley College

Delaware State University signs agreement to acquire Wesley College

Delaware News JournalAfter two years of searching, Wesley College has found a buyer — neighboring Delaware State University in Dover. Delaware State University and the small liberal arts college have signed an acquisition agreement, starting a year-long process of Wesley being acquired by the state's only historically Black university, DSU and Wesley officials announced Thursday. DSU will now become the first historically Black college or university to acquire another college. Discussions between the two schools have been ongoing since March 2020, DSU President Tony Allen said in an email...

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Classroom arrest leads to lawsuit against University of Delaware and Newark Police

Classroom arrest leads to lawsuit against University of Delaware and Newark Police

Delaware News JournalA University of Delaware student who says an officer humiliated her while arresting her in class is suing the university and Newark Police Department.The lawsuit states that the student was purposefully plucked from her class, berated, humiliated and slammed against a wall to cause embarrassment — all over a potential underage drinking charge that was later dropped. The lawsuit was filed at the end of June and names Newark Police officer Morgan Fountain, the University of Delaware and Newark city government as defendants. It seeks money for damages and...

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Delaware sees jump of 221 COVID-19 cases ahead of Fourth of July weekend

Delaware sees jump of 221 COVID-19 cases ahead of Fourth of July weekend

Delaware News JournalDelaware health officials confirmed an additional 160 coronavirus cases on Thursday, the largest daily increase since late May.The state reported a cumulative increase of 221 cases on July 2. Jennifer Brestel, spokeswoman for the Division of Public Health, said the other 61 positive cases are "from results reported on prior days, the majority were from the weekend, but that were hung up as we were transitioning over to the new system," she wrote in an email.As of July 2, the state has confirmed 11,731 cases and 510 related deaths, with an additional fatality confirmed...

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Bar service at Delaware beaches to close ahead of July Fourth weekend due to coronavirus

Bar service at Delaware beaches to close ahead of July Fourth weekend due to coronavirus

Delaware News JournalGov. John Carney announced Tuesday afternoon that bars in Delaware beach towns will be ordered to close Friday ahead of the holiday weekend, as the state has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases in the area. Customers will no longer be able to sit or stand at a bar, according to the new guidance. Instead, beachgoers will have to sit at a table and be served by a server. This will affect taprooms and bar service in the following towns: Lewes, Rehoboth Beach, Dewey Beach, Long Neck, Bethany Beach, South Bethany, Fenwick Island, West Fenwick Island, Ocean View and Millville,...

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Red Clay board members want to end school police contracts, replace police with counselors

Red Clay board members want to end school police contracts, replace police with counselors

Delaware News JournalIn the weeks since George Floyd died at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer, cities across the country have been scrutinizing their police policies and procedures.New York City's police commissioner announced Monday that he was , whose officers have been at the center of some of the city’s highest-profile police shootings.In Minneapolis, both the school district and the parks and recreation department have cut ties with city police, and in a handful of other cities, law enforcement agencies have banned the use of chokeholds and neck restraints.RELATED:The push for...

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Wilmington mayor promised body cameras 'without delay,' how soon will it happen?

Wilmington mayor promised body cameras 'without delay,' how soon will it happen?

Delaware News JournalThe earliest that Wilmington police officers could be wearing body cameras is this fall, Mayor Mike Purzycki's office said this week. The statement follows a to adopt the cameras "without delay," after years of stalled plans.Between now and then, officials say they must allocate the money to buy cameras, finalize a police union-approved policy for their use, train officers, hire personnel to oversee the program and set up the technology in the police department headquarters.Purzycki and Police Chief Robert Tracy are "committed to full implementation as quickly as is...

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Delaware confirms more than 10,000 COVID-19 cases, 410 related deaths as pandemic continues

Delaware confirms more than 10,000 COVID-19 cases, 410 related deaths as pandemic continues

Delaware News JournalDelaware officials said Tuesday that the state passed 10,000 coronavirus cases and 400 deaths.As of June 9, health officials have confirmed 10,020 cases, an increase of 48 from the previous day. Twelve more people have died from COVID-19 complications, increasing the fatality account to 410.A vast majority of these deaths are connected to long-term care facilities. The first coronavirus case was announced on March 11, less than three months ago. Dr. Karyl Rattay, director of the Division of Public Health, called the numbers "sobering" during a press briefing on...

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