Culture

Horsemanship Heals those in Need »

By Taylor Shunk Charlene Thomas never dreamed that life would take her where she is today. “We’re not therapists…the horses are,” said Thomas when speaking about Soar in the Saddle,…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »

Gallery 37 to hold poetry reading »

Marcia Reed, owner of Gallery 37 In downtown Milford, DE, will host a poetry reading on Saturday, October 20th at 3:00 PM. The reading will be held in the building…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »
Government & Politics

Q&A with Jim Purcell »

The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 with candidates vying for local, state and federal offices.…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »

Q&A with Dave Wilson »

  The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 with candidates vying for local, state and federal…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »

City Corrects Electric Billing Error »

Released by City of Milford The City of Milford is correcting an error that led to residential utility customers being…

Oct 4 2018 / Read More »

Milford to Hold Parking Workshops »

by Terry Rogers On Tuesday, September 25, from 4 to 7 PM, the City of Milford will hold a workshop…

Sep 25 2018 / Read More »
Business

i.g. Burton breaks ground on new Milford facility »

i.g. Burton & Company, Inc., has broken ground for their new state of the art Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat facility in Milford, Delaware. The new building will be one of the first in the United States to feature a Jeep-alone dealership, and the…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »

DFCU Goes Pink »

Staff at Del-One Federal Credit Union branches throughout the state will support the Bayhealth Cancer Institute and the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition and Go Pink! every Friday in October! Also, a special “Find a Cure” debit card is available with a $10 donation toward the…

Oct 10 2018 / Read More »

Movie Theater Under Contract in Milford »

by Terry Rogers   What was once Milford’s first Walmart before becoming a call center for Sitel may soon be a state-of-the-art movie theater in Milford, according to Arthur Helmick, owner of Middletown’s Westown Theater and Newark’s Main Street Theater. “I have the building under…

Oct 9 2018 / Read More »
Food & Dining

Food Bank Receives $75,000 Grant »

The Food Bank of Delaware today announced a $75,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to help fight hunger in Delaware through Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »
Business

i.g. Burton breaks ground on new Milford facility

i.g. Burton & Company, Inc., has broken ground for their new state of the art Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram and Fiat facility in Milford, Delaware. The new building will be one of the first in the…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »
Culture

Horsemanship Heals those in Need

By Taylor Shunk Charlene Thomas never dreamed that life would take her where she is today. “We’re not therapists…the horses are,” said Thomas when speaking about Soar in the Saddle, a natural horsemanship program. Helping others…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »
Food & Dining

Food Bank Receives $75,000 Grant

The Food Bank of Delaware today announced a $75,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation to help fight hunger in Delaware through Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) education and outreach. SNAP is the largest federal program dedicated…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »
Government & Politics

Q&A with Jim Purcell

The General Election will be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2018 with candidates vying for local, state and federal offices. Jim Purcell is challenging Representative Dave Wilson for the Senate District 18 seat which was vacated…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »
Health

Flu Prevention Starts Now, Urges DPH

While the “official” start of flu season is still two weeks away, the Division of Public Health (DPH) is urging residents not to wait to get vaccinated. Four cases of the flu now have been confirmed,…

Oct 2 2018 / Read More »

Bayhealth Adds Lung, Colorectal Cancer Nurses

The Bayhealth Cancer Institute is excited to announce the addition of a nurse navigator specific to lung and colorectal cancers. This new position was created in partnership with the state of Delaware and in response to…

Oct 2 2018 / Read More »
Police & Fire

Charged Following A Pair Of Investigations

On 10.12.2018 Milford Police arrested a Dover man to complete a pair of investigations. On 10.12.2018 at approximately 2:14 am, an officer on patrol on North Rehoboth Boulevard observed a vehicle traveling northbound enter the southbound…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »

Disorderly Behavior Leads To Multiple Charges

On 09.17.2018 an officer from the Milford Police Department’s Patrol Division was contacted by staff at Bayhealth on West Clarke Avenue while he was there on an unrelated matter and advised of a disorderly person in…

Oct 3 2018 / Read More »
Schools

Haunted Hallways Provides Community Fun

Milford Senior High School (MHS) students hosted the 5th Annual Haunted Hallways this past week. This year over 2,000 Milford community members attended this event. Several student groups join together to organize this event with the…

Oct 15 2018 / Read More »

Milford Expands Allied Health Program

by Terry Rogers     According to Patricia Ayers, Health Sciences instructor at Milford Central Academy, the United States will need to hire 2.3 million new healthcare workers by 2025 in order to adequately take care…

Oct 9 2018 / Read More »
Sports

Dark Horse Assists Youth in Sports

by Terry Rogers   Jamie Masten grew up playing sports so he knows how sports can help young people succeed in adulthood. As a result, he wanted to do something that would help any child who…

Oct 16 2018 / Read More »

Lady Bucs Resilient on Senior Night

By TJ Millman Despite losing 3-0 to visiting Saint Thomas More, the Milford Lady Bucs Volleyball team have a lot to feel good about. At this point, the Lady Bucs are sitting at 4-7, doubling their…

Oct 15 2018 / Read More »

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