Government & Politics

Mispillion Drawbridge Undergoing Scheduled Maintenance

by Terry Rogers     Recently, the Mispillion drawbridge has been raised more often than normal, often without boats passing by. According to Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT), a contractor is performing scheduled maintenance and cleaning of the bridge which will lead...

Drago Runs as County Council Write-In Candidate

by Terry Rogers     Patricia “Patti” Drago recently registered with the Delaware Department of Elections to run as an official write-in candidate for the District 3 seat on Sussex County Council. In the recent Delaware Republican primary, Mark Schaeffer defeated incumbent...

Drago runs as County Council write-in candidate

by Terry Rogers    Patricia “Patti” Drago recently registered with the Delaware Department of Elections to run as an official write-in candidate for the District 3 seat on Sussex County Council. In the recent Delaware Republican primary, Mark Schaeffer defeated incumbent...

Storage facility approved for Route 113

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, September 28, Milford City Council approved a new self-storage facility. The new facility will be located just south of Walgreens on Route 113 and would include storage units as well as an office and residence...

Lt. Gov visits Milford Wellness Village

As more healthcare services and businesses continue to establish their presence at the Milford Wellness Village, the innovative medical facility is catching the attention of Delaware officials and leading healthcare professionals. Recently Delaware Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long visited the...

Chancery Court denies GOP’s bid to stop vote by mail ballots

NOTE: This story has been updated to add Gov. John Carney's response. The Delaware Court of Chancery on Monday denied the state Republican Party’s move to stop voting by mail. The party had asked the court for an injunction to prohibit...

Carney reinstitutes Freedom of Information requests

Gov. John Carney changed his State of Emergency order Friday to allow Freedom of Information Act requests to be answered. His had frozen them, ordering that the state would not be required to answer any pending or new requests until...

City of Milford Working to Open Playgrounds

by Terry Rogers The City of Milford has received guidelines from Governor John Carney on what they must do in order to reopen the City playgrounds during the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, the City is working to implement the requirements in...

Residents concerned about ballot application errors

by Terry Rogers Over the past few weeks, the State of Delaware began mailing out applications for mail-in ballots ahead of the September primary. An additional application will be mailed to all registered voters prior to the General Election in...

City owed delinquent utility, tax bills up

by Terry Rogers The City of Milford is facing a higher than normal delinquency rate for utility and tax bills. According to City Manager Mark Whitfield, there are 1,104 delinquent utility accounts with a balance of $243,478. “During normal procedures, the...
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DNREC continues to clean oil spill

by Terry Rogers    On Monday, October 19, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) announced that they...

Milford City Council Sets Timeline for Police Station Referendum

by Terry Rogers     On Monday, September 28, Milford City Council approved a timeline for a referendum designed to cover the cost of a new police...

Kidz Ink Opening in Milford Wellness Village

by Terry Rogers    Chief Administrator Aretha Kitson is excited to open a new daycare facility in the Milford Wellness Village. The facility held open houses...

Milford Lifestyles and Fitness Center Offers Post-Rehab Membership

by Terry Rogers     Milford Lifestyles and Fitness Center recently opened in the Milford Wellness Village offering medically-based fitness programs. Although its location is the same...

Milford City Council Approves Incentives for Nationwide Healthcare

by Terry Rogers   On Monday, September 14, Milford City Council approved an incentive agreement for Nationwide Healthcare, providing them with a reduction in water and...
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