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New Castle County turns two holiday events into weekend light shows

The lights and special events will go on over two consecutive weekends: At Rockwood Park on Dec. 4, 5 and 6 and at Glasgow Regional Park Dec. 11 and 12.

The jewelry-making Fortunatos: Juggling baubles, babies and Biden

Both pregnant, the twins came home for a weekend visit, ending up staying for months, watched their orders be decimated by COVID-19, and THEN got a surprise invitation.

Georgetown woman’s children’s book focuses on enduring nature of love

'Kisses on The Wind' follows best friends Sequoia and Mohee, who grow up together exploring nature in their village and then are divided by war.

She turned her down time into a line of masks sold worldwide

“I have a ton that are pretty straight forward, and they sell beautifully,” she says. “But it’s the ones where I’m a little nervous about that seem to really resonate.

Delaware Hospice turns Festival of Trees into virtual celebration

'We couldn't not do it. This is our 33rd year of doing the festival events, and we couldn't let the year go by without celebrating and remembering.'

Jazz drummer debuted new album as Clifford Brown Year Round concerts continue

Jonathan Whitney's songs are inspired by life in Wilmington, including the city itself and the paintings of Eunice LaFate.

Free libraries for all county homeowners, civic associations 

New Castle County today expanded its Little Free Library program to any homeowner or civic association in the county. The $300 libraries will be covered by federal CARES Act funding. Those interested should fill out the application by Nov. 25. Recipients will...

Friends of Hockessin Library cancel annual book sale

The post by Friends of the Hockessin Library began with an appropriately literary flavor. “Though we have been able to make some lemonade from the lemons currently rolling around us, we have had to make some preemptive decisions that are...

Gorgeous new Hunt Country book comes with call to action

'The message I most want to make clear is to cherish this open space, to prioritize preservation and realize how vital the land is. For everyone.'

101-year-old WWII veteran hoped to meet Carney, but will try again

Sidney Walton regrets not meeting Civil War veterans when he was a kid and wants to encourage people to talk to vets.
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Diamond Dance Company Nutcracker performance planned

by Terry Rogers Traditionally, Diamond Dance Company annually performs The Nutcracker at local high schools and...

Been around folks you don’t live with? State wants you to be tested

Gov. John Carney: 'Let’s all do our part to limit the spread this winter. Wear a mask. Think twice before gathering with friends or family.'
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