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$80,000 Available to Children and Grandchildren of Employees, Growers, Grain Producers MILLSBORO, Del. – April 7, 2021 – Mountaire Farms, the country’s fourth largest chicken processer, has dozens of $2,500 scholarships available for the children and grandchildren of employees, poultry growers, and grain producers. The deadline to apply is June 7, 2021. “This is another great benefit of working for or with Mountaire Farms,” said Phillip Plylar, President of Mountaire […]

today04/07/2021 15


All Marylanders 16 and up can preregister for vaccine

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says all state residents 16 and over can now preregister for an appointment to get the COVID-19 vaccine at mass vaccination sites. Hogan said Thursday the state is opening up registration for appointments in Phase 3 due to the rising supply of vaccine Maryland is receiving from the federal government. The governor also announced that the mass vaccination site in Salisbury, Maryland, will open a walk-up […]

today04/02/2021 37

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Hunter Biden details lifelong addiction struggle in memoir

President Joe Biden’s son Hunter has detailed his lifelong struggle with alcoholism and drug abuse in a memoir titled “Beautiful Things.” The book is due out next Tuesday. He explains how in just the last five years, his first marriage ended, he had a gun pointed at him and he spent many nights in cheap motels. He says his descent into substance addiction worsened after his older brother, Beau, died […]

today04/02/2021 14


Red Sox opener against Orioles postponed because of rain

The Boston Red Sox have postponed their opener against the Baltimore Orioles until Friday because of rain that was forecast to continue through the day. The Red Sox made the announcement at 9 a.m., about five hours before the scheduled first pitch. After playing last season without fans, the team had been cleared by the state to open Fenway Park for the first time since the pandemic began to about […]

today04/01/2021 28


Authorities investigating fatal shooting by Delaware trooper

Authorities are investigating the fatal shooting of a 51-year-old Delaware woman by a state trooper. State police say troopers were called to a location in Seaford about 7:15 p.m. Thursday. Authorities say an incident occurred that resulted in a trooper shooting and killing the woman. State police have not released any other details. The officer involved has been placed on administrative duty. All contents © copyright 2021 Associated Press. All […]

today03/30/2021 21



Delaware governor to get COVID-19 vaccine

Delaware Gov. John Carney says he is getting the COVID-19 vaccine. The 64-year-old Democrat plans to receive his first dose of the Moderna vaccine at a state vaccination event Sunday at Dover International Speedway. Delaware officials said last week that pharmacies could begin vaccinating Delawareans 50 and older. The state opened its vaccination waiting list to anyone 50 or older on Tuesday. State officials reported 88,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 […]

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Osbourne off ‘The Talk’ after inquiry into racism discussion

CBS says Sharon Osbourne will no longer appear on its daytime show “The Talk” after a heated on-air discussion about racism earlier this month. The network said Friday Osbourne had decided to leave the show following a review that found in part that her behavior toward her co-hosts “did not align with our values for a respectful workplace.” There was no immediate comment from Osbourne’s publicist. Osbourne and co-host Sheryl […]

today03/29/2021 12


It’s Elton John’s birthday and he’s got rare music for fans

Elton John is celebrating his 74th birthday on Thursday — and he’s sending fans a very rare present. Six deep cuts have been made available on streaming and digital formats for the first time, including the tune “Scarecrow,” which began John’s legendary songwriting partnership with Bernie Taupin in 1967. The other songs are: “Holiday Inn,” “Keep It a Mystery,” “Smokestack Children,” “Two of a Kind” and “Conquer the Sun.” The […]

today03/25/2021 48


Maryland governor signs $577M HBCU settlement bill

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed a measure to settle a long-running federal lawsuit related to underfunding at the state's four historically Black colleges and universities for $577 million over a decade. Hogan signed the bill Wednesday with lawmakers at Bowie State University. Hogan vetoed a similar bill last year after citing economic difficulties created by the COVID-19 pandemic. The General Assembly passed a new measure last week. It won't […]

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