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Ken Mammarella

  • 🔒 Delaware Museum of Nature & Science revamps image

    GREENVILLE – When the Delaware Museum of Nature and Science near Greenville reopened last spring after a 17-month, $10.8 million renovation of the old natural history museum, most of the […]
  • 🔒 Concierge docs add new Delaware health care option

    Concierge medicine is starting to become visible in Sussex County, due to its flexible model – for doctors and patients.
  • Delaware entrepreneurs get boost with RISE program

    A Newark courier and delivery service, which traces its roots to when founder Levonne Mathis was 9 and doing McDonald’s runs for a basketball team, is getting a big boost […]
  • As delta spreads, hospitals look at vaccine mandates

    The COVID-19 vaccine and employer mandates to get it are a politically charged issue right now, but the recent concerning spread of the delta variant has increased the call for […]
  • Donate Delaware prepares for a post-pandemic future

    A unified effort last spring to buy 61,000 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) is leading to plans to buy other supplies in bulk for cash-strapped Delaware nonprofits and schools. […]
  • A Better Home than Ever

    Delaware’s small size, easy access make it a great place to live and work in the COVID age The COVID-19 pandemic has established a new normal of remote work and […]
  • Boutique hotel coming to downtown Wilmington

    WILMINGTON – The Buccini/Pollin Group next year plans to open Wilmington’s first luxury boutique hotel, topped by the city’s first rooftop lounge and event venue. BPG, Delaware’s largest real estate […]
  • PGA Tour donates $100K to DSU women’s golf team

    DOVER – When the Delaware State University women’s golf team received $100,000 from the PGA Tour, coach Rick McCall Jr. immediately started to think about how the gift could help […]
  • More than just donations, Goodwill marks century of service

    WILMINGTON – Goodwill of Delaware began in 1921 by collecting and repairing used goods and clothing, but today it does far more, including handling 616,000 donations in 2019 and running […]
  • Wilmington-area recycler turns waste into products

    By Ken Mammarella WILMINGTON – For Eco Plastic Products of Delaware co-founders Charlie Falletta and Jim Kelley, one man’s trash truly is their treasure. The 2-year-old company collects used plastic […]

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