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The Weekly Review – May 5, 2020

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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...

Read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/milfordlivede/review/May%205%20(2).pdf

Headlines of the week:   COVID-19 Ingenuity:  Red Bandana; City of Milford Looks at Electric Rate Reduction; MSD Plans for Graduation Underway; Community Supports Local Farmer; Legg Named Morris Teacher of the Year; Respiratory Therapist Caring for COVID-19 Patients; Boost Immune System for Healthier Outcome; Wesley Stefanick Joins Del-One’s Supervisory; Del-One Supports Bayhealth Sussex Heroes; Notice of City of Milford Election; City Annual Election Rescheduled, June 13.

Plus Sports including  Bell Climbing Coaching Ladder Quickly.

 


Read this week’s edition at  https://new.delawarelive.com/milfordlivede/review/May%205%20(2).pdf

 

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Brightway Commons Inspection Reveals Mold

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Young field hockey team aims for consistency

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