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Brightway Commons Inspection Reveals Mold

by Terry Rogers     Loleta Belfast knew something wasn’t right with her apartment in Brightway Commons. The apartment management company had...

Young field hockey team aims for consistency

  By Kevin Eickman Coming off a 6-9 season last year and a young team overall, Milford High School field hockey...

Football faces the unknown

By Kevin Eickman Like all fall sports in Delaware, Milford football is learning to adapt. Following last year's return to...

A recap of the news of the week from Milford, DE: ‘Complete Communities’ Project Continues; Bailey finishes Boston Marathon; Farmer’s Market opens for season; Milford residents weigh in on economic development; Pelican Bar set to open in 3 weeks; Fur-Baby Boutique to open new facility at end of May; McCrea honored as youth of year; Second Street Players to present ‘Little Mermaid’; Ross hosts Suessical Carnival; plus MHS Buc softball & baseball, Milford In Bloom, the Milford Art Stroll from Anne Jenkins and the latest edition of THE JOLLY ROGER from the students at MHS. All that and more inside this week’s edition, which can be downloaded and read at https://new.delawarelive.com/milfordlivede/review/MilfordReview050812.pdf

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Brightway Commons Inspection Reveals Mold

by Terry Rogers     Loleta Belfast knew something wasn’t right with her apartment in Brightway Commons. The apartment management company had...
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Young field hockey team aims for consistency

  By Kevin Eickman Coming off a 6-9 season last year and a young team overall, Milford High School field hockey coach Andrea McPike is looking...

Football faces the unknown

By Kevin Eickman Like all fall sports in Delaware, Milford football is learning to adapt. Following last year's return to Division I, Milford has a...

Oil spill washes ashore at Broadkill Beach

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control responded this afternoon to reports of an oil spill estimated at five barrels or about 215...

Run for the Arts Planned for Halloween Weekend

by Terry Rogers     Mispillion Art League is not letting a pandemic stop their annual Run for the Arts. The 3rd Annual Run for the Arts...
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