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New Castle County Libraries will get $20,000 through a federal grant to create programming around a memoir about immigration, assimilation and culture.
Energize Delaware is giving grants to public libraries in the state so they can go solar.
Delaware is in the midst of a broadband expansion, but the cost of service could still be a barrier for families and individuals. There is also the matter of knowing how to use the Internet once you are connected.
Delaware Libraries have set up a pen pal program with Wellington City Libraries in New Zealand – 9,000 miles away where the seasons are reversed and time is 17 hours ahead!
The Milton Public Library offers a printing service called Printer On.
With schools facing the challenge of unfinished learning due to the pandemic, the Delaware Department of Education (DDOE) is providing access to online books to every K-12 student in the state.
On Tuesday, September 19th, Governor John Carney and First Lady Tracey Quillen Carney recognized the month of September as Literacy Month during a proclamation signing at the Wilmington Library.
Wilmington, Delaware — If you like a reclamation project, you'll love what Paul Orpello is overseeing at the Hagley Museum and Library in Wilmington, Delaware.
Delaware state social workers have begun providing assistance at libraries in all three counties under a pilot program launched by the Delaware Division of Libraries and the Department of Health and Social Services.