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New Castle County builds communities by giving away little libraries

It was more than a year ago when New Castle County Council member Dee Durham was first asked by residents if “neighborhood book exchange boxes” were legal. They weren’t. Probably. As outside storage of household items, they could be a...

Libraries step up to pandemic by offering more services

“Libraries are not just about books,” said Jerry Keiser, executive director of the Seaford District Library. “We’re more of the heart of the community.” That concept is why it’s welcome news that Delaware libraries are doing more to help a society transformed by...

U.S. v. Russia: ‘Weird World War IIl,’ conceived by a Delaware editor

    Delaware native Sean Patrick Hazlett feels he’s “the one person in the world” who could conceive and edit an anthology about a third world war, a weird American-Soviet war that involves the astral plane, parallel dimensions and the Moon....

Local financial advisor changes lanes with psychological thriller set in Hockessin

Wilmington financial advisor Paul Dorsey has decided to try his hand at something new: writing fiction thrillers.  It’s a significant departure for the Salesianum and Villanova graduate who owns Barley Mill Asset Management, a private investment firm that works...
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Carry the Load, remembering fallen military members, stops in Delaware

Volunteers cross America to remind people that Memorial Day is to remember heroes who died in the line of duty

Here’s where to be tested for COVID-19 this week

While the number of new COVID cases, hospitalizations and deaths are dropping as total vaccinations rise, the state is still urging people to be...

Gun rights rally in Dover draws crowd, legislators

Gun rights advocates said they don't feel like their voices are being heard during live-streamed committee meetings
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