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Tuesday, March 9, 2021


Delaware called most tax-friendly state for retirees

Kiplinger’s weighed taxes on income (it varies), sales (zero) and property (it varies). A bonus round considered estate or inheritance (another zero).

Appoquinimink warms to later start for middle, high schools

The school board on March 15 will live-stream a workshop on its YouTube channel featuring a sleep expert.

They’re baaaackkkkkk. Cicada onslaught is on its way this spring

The cumbersome bugs rarely do much damage, but there will be millions of them per acre.

Restore the Corridor on target to start March 1

Preliminary work generated minimal congestion – so far. Pandemic restrictions cut commuting traffic, and alternative routes were popular.

Advocates ask Delaware to prioritize vaccines for Type 1 diabetes

‘I’m getting lots of different answers,” Kathy Butler McDermott said. ‘But not ‘We got it covered.’ Nobody’s saying that.’

Delaware Art Museum goes for inclusiveness in reinstallation

The new gallery design embraces works by female and Black artists and emphasizes the role of local artists and collectors in the history of art.

Longwood reimagines its conservatory in $250 million plan

It includes building glasshouses, relocating the Cascade Garden, creating an outdoor Bonsai Courtyard and building a restaurant and private event space.

Brandywine River Museum of Art closes for facility upgrades

The biggest change for visitors is switching the second-floor restrooms with a gallery. The work also involves lighting and HVAC and fire suppression systems.

Another nasty storm is on our way (sigh)

The National Weather Service is calling for 3-6 inches of snow, with sleet, ice and rain all part of the wintry mix.

DSU explains decision on Wesley athletics

‘The programmatic, regulatory and financial hurdles to operating two athletic programs were either too high and/or uncertain,’ DSU President Tony Allen said.
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