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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...

The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: City Approves Contract for Highway Sign; STEAM Charter School Looks At Milford; Santa Arrives In Milford; City Temporarily Suspends Green Energy Grant; Recess Petition Presented to School Board; Council Receives Public Input on Wheelchair Ordinance; Milford Celebrates Thanksgiving; Public Art Project Begins Phase 2; Abbott’s Grill Opens Second Location; Local Businesses Benefit Animal Charity; Food Bank Culinary School To Begin Second Class; plus full sports coverage and much more. Download and read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/milfordlivede/review/MilfordReview120313.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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