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Hagley Museum and Library

Delawareans now have a way to travel back and get a taste of the First State’s past from those who lived in the Brandywine Valley throughout the late 19th Century and early 20th Century.

 

Delaware Public Media’s Kelli Steele spoke with Roger Horowitz, director of the Center for the History of Business Technology and Society at the Hagley Museum and Library, to gain some insight into its Brandywine Valley oral history project.

 

 


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Delaware’s State Capitol Building will turn red this weekend.

 

 


Delaware Forest Service

A historic picnic pavilion at Redden State Forest is once again open to the public.

 


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The 2018 Delaware State Fair kicks off in Harrington this Thursday. And you can get in for free during “Food Lion Feeds Hunger Relief Day” Monday, July 23rd.

 


Sarah Mueller, Delaware Public Media

The Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware is working with the EPA and DNREC to clean up a state-owned parcel with historical significance.

 


Dover’s Madison Brengle  failed in her bid to reach the third round at Wimbledon for a second straight year.

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Delawareans are enjoying some legal fireworks this Fourth of July for the first time since the complete ban on them was lifted.

Kids Count / Annie E Casey Foundation

The Annie E. Casey Foundation’s annual KIDS COUNT data book was released last week, and ranked Delaware’s kids 29th in economic well-being, 27th in education and 21st in health compared to other states.


Dover’s Madison Brengle pulled off an upset win in the first at Wimbledon Monday.

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The high heat and humidity is forcing officials at Delaware Park to cancel the live racing card for Monday, July 2, 2018.

 

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