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Delaware weddings: Lockman and Collins have a very Wilmington wedding in December

The News Journal 05 Mar 2021
Elizabeth "Tizzy" Lockman married John Collins in a small ceremony at the Old Town Hall Museum on Dec. 12, 2020 ... .
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What do Sen. Carper, La Fia Bistro and a museum have in common? A very ...

The News Journal 05 Mar 2021
State Sen. Tizzy Lockman and John Collins met at the Gridiron Dinner in 2018. Two years later, they married in the same city ... .
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Delaware State Senator Elizabeth "Tizzy" Lockman and John Collins get married in December

The News Journal 05 Mar 2021
The couple had a small ceremony at the Old Town Hall Museum and an intimate reception at La Fia Bistro ... .
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How mental health is colliding with COVID-19 for veterans

News-Press Now 27 Feb 2021
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) — For nearly a year, most of Delaware has been living in a state of isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic – but veterans already knew that plight all too well. Young or old, when military personnel leave the service and come back to civilian life, there is an ache that exists, said Wilmington resident Cameron Newberry ... 0.42 ... .
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Many veterans felt isolated before COVID-19, as this grim statistic shows. Now what?

The News Journal 24 Feb 2021
The suicide rate among veterans has not decreased in the last few years. We asked how the pandemic is affecting them ... .
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What brightens any new home? For Rehoboth's mayor, it's a new rescue dog. Meet Minnie

The News Journal 19 Feb 2021
Although they don't have children of their own, Rehoboth mayor and wife look to their animals as their babies ... .
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A conversation about those statues Wilmington took down

The News Journal 18 Feb 2021
Wilmington took down controversial statues — sparking controversy. We held a conversation to hear different perspectives on the issues at stake ... .
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Whatever happened to those Columbus and Caesar Rodney statues taken down in Wilmington?

The News Journal 16 Feb 2021
Wilmington's Caesar Rodney and Columbus statues came down last year during protests over racial injustice. We check in on where they are now ... .
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What is the status of those removed statues in Wilmington?

The News Journal 16 Feb 2021
Activists say taking the statues down was a good first step. But now more work needs to be done ... .
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The complex history of Alexander Twilight, nation's first African American to earn a bachelor's degree

The Arizona Republic 09 Feb 2021
Though Twilight is lauded today as an African American scholar, preacher and educator, for much of his life he was marked as white on census records ... .
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In an effort to keep Black moms healthy, Delaware groups are starting with stress relief ...

The News Journal 03 Feb 2021
The four programs will work to reduce stress, create doula programs and improve overall health outcomes for communities of color ... .
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New AmeriCorps program based in Delaware aims to aid in COVID-19 response, outreach

The News Journal 29 Jan 2021
The new program is now looking for a program director and host organizations ... .

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