Naomi wraps up in a DBCC blanket after treatment (Photo credited to Luciana Solorio) By the end of 2021, 990 Delawareans will receive a diagnosis of breast cancer, a diagnosis that will forever change their lives. Sadly, another 160 will die of the disease. “In our small and familiar state, these are likely people you and I know,” Francesca Vogel, …
A path allows visitors to walk along Pepper Creek. The Delaware Botanic Gardens at Pepper Creek is hoping for a radically different summer this year than last. It had opened only six months before the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and its first summer was marked with mask and social distancing mandates, as cases rose and fell. Now, with relaxed mask …
The Greek Festival-to-Go is June 2-5 at Holy Trinity. St. Anthony’s Italian Festival: Takeout Edition is June 8-11 at St. Anthony of Padua.
Chris Strand, who oversee Winterthur’s gardens and estate, will take over as interim head.
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.
If passed, the bill will raise minimum wage from $9.25 an hour now to $15 by Jan. 1, 2025
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 place. Library officials have announced there won’t be any fines or late fees assessed when you finally do return those …
The online tours will allow guests to ooo and ahhh over nine new kitchens.
The grand total for the 2021 event will be announced Saturday by 8 p.m.
Thrilled to be back onstage, even with COVID-19 restrictions, the DSO will record six performances this winter and spring
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