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Delaware Nonprofits

Natural history museum closes for redo and switch to nature, science focus

‘We’re moving from the techniques of the past and are embracing the future,' said director Halsey Spruance. ‘We have to change the platform, the foundation.’

For first time, Hagley to close Jan. 4 for the winter

While closed in January and February, new electrical cable will be buried on the site, and construction will continue on a visitor's center renovation.

The grand dames of Odessa get a little fancy for Christmas 2020

The effect is much like Boathouse Row on the banks of the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, although that wasn't intended. 

Once homeless himself, Georgetown’s Jim Martin devotes life to helping the struggling

'There are thousands in Sussex County who are living in their cars right now. The working poor can't buy both a house and a car, so they buy a car.'

250 giant chocolate chip cookies bring cheer to Nemours patients

Bakery staffers happily baked 12-inch cookies, packaged them with decorating supplies and individually wrapped them to meet COVID-19 and hospital restrictions.

State doles out COVID-19 relief money to hospitality, arts groups

Not only can Delaware arts groups get up to 35% of their budget, but the federal stimulus make help even more.

Nonprofits fear minimum wage hike without accompanying rise in state contract pay

Nonprofits who provide social services say they will be forced to cut jobs, services or both if minimum wage goes up.

YMCA of Delaware gets $10 million donation, its biggest ever

Director looks to expand Covid-19 response efforts and ‘strengthen our work in fighting racism and inequities in our communities.’

Philly Pops records holiday concerts at The Grand

    For a few hours on Dec. 4, The Grand Opera House echoed with the sounds of live music for the first time in nine months. The Philly Pops recorded its two annual Christmas shows in the Market Street venue's main...

Improving Delaware’s water, with trees and better management

Applications are open for Clean Water Act grants to reduce nonpoint source pollution, chiefly by reducing nutrients and sediment that impair waters.
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Despite momentum shifts, Ursuline women take down Woodbridge, 51-41

Ursuline's Emily Rzucidlo had a game-high 22 points, including 10-13 from the free throw line.

State cases continue to decline as mass vaccinations start; here’s where to be tested

State Walgreens have given 100,000 tests to Delaware residents.

Back-and-forth game ends with St. E beating Sanford 62-57

The two powerhouse teams haven't played each other since January 2015.
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