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How Winterthur handles pests (and how you can, too)

Winterthur follows an integrated pest management policy, meaning that it doesn’t use pesticides. ‘In lieu of chemicals, we vacuum a lot,’ its expert said.

Bill to raise minimum wage to $15 an hour in Delaware filed Tuesday

If passed, the bill will raise minimum wage from $9.25 an hour now to $15 by Jan. 1, 2025

Delaware libraries continuing policy of waiving fines, late fees during pandemic

  Have you been doing some extra reading while stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic? If so, there’s good news if those books came from a Delaware public library and you’re a little late returning them to their rightful...

Junior League’s kitchen tour goes virtual, and throws in a free cooking class

The online tours will allow guests to ooo and ahhh over nine new kitchens.

Do More 24 shatters record in first three hours, ends with 5 times last year’s total

The grand total for the 2021 event will be announced Saturday by 8 p.m.

Boom! Delaware Symphony drops second classical concert into email inboxes

Thrilled to be back onstage, even with COVID-19 restrictions, the DSO will record six performances this winter and spring

Proposed bill would create new lawmaker committee to examine state funding for non-profits

The bill would give legislators more time to look at organizations, funding and so protect taxpayer money, a sponsor says

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. 
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Food Bank to hold virtual cooking event to benefit culinary training program

Attendees will pick up a box of ingredients from the Food Bank to make the three-course dinner at home.

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review: April 15, 2021

Town Square LIVE Weekly Review: April 15, 2021 Open the Weekly Review Here This Week’s Top Headlines Include: Community Meet incoming president of Salesianum School How Winterthur handles pests, (how you...

Startup aims to help firms, nonprofits with sustainability

Early clients of Green Street USA include a zoo, a school, a law firm, a construction firm and several retailers.
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