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Dover museums celebrate National Women’s History month with free programs

Dover museums celebrate National Women’s History month with free programs

Who’s your favorite famed female Delawarean— renowned astronomer Annie Jump Cannon? Perhaps actress Valerie Bertinelli, who was born and grew up in Wilmington? March is already upon us,…

Wednesday, March 4th By

Waggies by Maggie & Friends celebrates new location

Waggies by Maggie & Friends celebrates new location

Waggies by Maggie & Friends recently celebrated the opening of a new location for the production of its signature dog treats. The nonprofit is now situated at the…

Monday, March 2nd By

The Delaware connection of Time magazine’s “11 remarkable health advances of 2014”

The Delaware connection of Time magazine’s “11 remarkable health advances of 2014”

Just above progress on an Ebola vaccine, Time magazine ranks the “The Sunscreen Innovation Act” (SIA) as the seventh most remarkable health advancement for 2014. The bill was…

Wednesday, February 25th By

Work to be done: Now and in 2016

Work to be done: Now and in 2016

Editor’s note: Earlier this week, Senator Greg Lavelle announced he wouldn’t be running for governor in 2016, which was news to the Republican Party. Senator Lavelle’s statement appears below: Dear Friends…

Wednesday, February 25th By

A charitable assessment

A charitable assessment

In the fall of 2003, Ken Stern received the kind of news that one would remember quite vividly. Stern, then chief operating officer of National Public Radio, was…

Monday, February 23rd By

Blue Rocks GM surprised – and happy – about 4-cent ticket sales

Blue Rocks GM surprised – and happy – about 4-cent ticket sales

The Blue Rocks hit a homerun this week with their offer to sell opening-day tickets for the price – in cents – of Monday morning’s temperature reading, which…

Wednesday, February 18th By

TSD Q&A: Chris Long of Intercollegiate Studies Institute talks Delaware, college campuses and staying current

TSD Q&A: Chris Long of Intercollegiate Studies Institute talks Delaware, college campuses and staying current

The Intercollegiate Studies Institute (ISI) has the mission of “educating for liberty,” which, since 1953, has meant working on college campuses to “advance the principles and virtues that…

Wednesday, February 18th By
Kevin Noonan on Sports

Simply the Best: Remembering Bill Pheiffer

This column is about Bill Pheiffer, and when I mention his name you either know exactly…

Sixers’ fate in the hands of Hinkie

Sam Hinkie is either the smartest man in sports or the dumbest and right now we…

Heart: Why the Phillies won’t have it this season

We all know the Phillies will be a mess on the field this coming baseball season,…

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Delaware Do-Gooder

Delaware Green Mattress Disassembling and Recycling


Delaware Green Mattress Disassembling and Recycling (DGreenMDR) provides a sustainable recycling facility with an environmentally responsible alternative for used mattress and box spring disposal.

DGreenMDR founder and CEO Tanya White won the Great Dames' Remarkable Ideas competition last fall and received a $25,000 cash infusion to help her business grow.

To learn more about DGreenMDR and their commitment to the environment and job creation, visit their website.

Meet Me There!

Meet friends at these fun local events:

Mar 4 - Guest Bartending at BBC for DBCC

Mar 5 - 50 Shades of Red Balloons

Mar 5 - "Republicans v Democrats" Guest Bartending for Easter Seals of Delaware ~ Sheraton Wilmington South Hotel

Mar 6 - Delaware Guidance Services Champagne Gala ~ Mardi Gras

Mar 7 - Chips for Charity at DCCA

Mar 8 - CSC's Red Balloon Brunch at Deerfield Country Club

Mar 14 - Seven Rings at Mulrooney's


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