Yes - when you're in the edit mode, you can press 'unpublish' on the top tool bar. There's also a button to delete it, but it's wise to save the content if you may want to use it again.
If you plan to republish it, save it and delete it completely. Then wait several days before publishing it in another account here or another site.
FYI - 'unpublish' just puts it where people can't see it, but it's still in your account. Delete erases it from the site forever.
Hope this helps!
To delete the complete Hub you must first be logged into your account! Got to 'my account' page (drop down from your 'name').
Scroll down and click on the Hub that you want to delete.
When the Hub opens you should see a 'delete' button up the top next to 'suggested links'
Click 'delete' and confirm that you would like this hub deleted.
When done it will take about a day or two to fully delete it from your account page, It will still appear but with a 'line through' so that you can republish if you change your mind about deleting!
Hope that helps
FYI - I think the delete button appears after you unpublish - but it's indeed available somewhere.
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