Culture

UNITED Church Expands to Milford »

by Terry Rogers UNITED Church launched in September 2015 and over the past four years has grown to more than 2,000 members. Recently, the church decided to begin holding services…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »

Library Receives Radiologic Technologists Grant »

The Milford Public Library has received a $1,000 grant from the American Society of Radiologic Technologists to purchase books and educational materials on medical imaging and radiation therapy. The grant…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »
Government & Politics

Council to Discuss Seabury Ave Rezoning »

by Terry Rogers     On Tuesday, October 15, Milford Planning and Zoning Commission recommended that City Council approve a…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »

Council Approves Low Income Sidewalk Criteria »

by Terry Rogers   In July 2019, Milford City Council approved a letter to be sent to homeowners with damaged…

Oct 21 2019 / Read More »

City Celebrates Riverwalk Rehabilitation »

The Mayor of Milford along with City Council celebrated the completion of the upgrades to the Mispillion Riverwalk in Downtown…

Oct 1 2019 / Read More »

DNREC announces Delaware hunting seasons »

Numerous Delaware hunting seasons open in October, including Sunday firearm deer hunting opportunities, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced…

Oct 1 2019 / Read More »
Business

DFCU Supports Central DE Habitat »

It is no secret that local partnerships make our community stronger, in turn making Central Delaware a great place to live. A great example of a local partnership that strengthens our community is the one held by Central DE Habitat for Humanity and Dover Federal…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »

Free Small Business Workshop »

Downtown Milford, Inc is partnering with Delaware’s Small Business Development Center to host a free workshop for small businesses on Tuesday, October 22 from 8:30-10 am at the Milford Public Library located on 11 SE Front St in Milford, DE. This workshop will focus on…

Oct 15 2019 / Read More »

Safe Sale Planned at Southern States »

by Terry Rogers     Thursday, October 17 through Saturday, October 19 will be the time to purchase a safe from Milford Southern States. For those three days only, the store will be holding their annual safe sale. “We will have approximately 50 safes out…

Oct 14 2019 / Read More »
Food & Dining

Grant Helps Fight Local Hunger »

The Food Bank of Delaware today announced that it has received a grant from The Kraft Heinz Company Foundation to help fight hunger and improve…

Sep 24 2019 / Read More »
Business

DFCU Supports Central DE Habitat

It is no secret that local partnerships make our community stronger, in turn making Central Delaware a great place to live. A great example of a local partnership that strengthens our community is the one held…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »
Culture

UNITED Church Expands to Milford

by Terry Rogers UNITED Church launched in September 2015 and over the past four years has grown to more than 2,000 members. Recently, the church decided to begin holding services in Milford to make it easier…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »
Food & Dining

Grant Helps Fight Local Hunger

The Food Bank of Delaware today announced that it has received a grant from The Kraft Heinz Company Foundation to help fight hunger and improve nutrition among children in Delaware. Funds from The Kraft Heinz Company…

Sep 24 2019 / Read More »
Government & Politics

Council to Discuss Seabury Ave Rezoning

by Terry Rogers     On Tuesday, October 15, Milford Planning and Zoning Commission recommended that City Council approve a zoning change from Office Complex 1 to Highway Commercial for a parcel of land at the…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »
Health

Sigmund Honored with DAISY Award

Bayhealth Hospital, Kent Campus 1A Med/Surg Nurse Nicole Sigmund, BSN, RN, is the latest recipient of the esteemed DAISY Award. Sigmund was nominated by a patient for the compassion she showed and care she provided following…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »

Tips for Medication Organization, Safety

Many people consider the change of seasons a good time to clean out and get organized at home. Medication is one category of household items that easily accumulate over time, and it’s important to regularly check…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »
Police & Fire

Unwanted Drugs Take Back, Oct 26

On Saturday, October 26th, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. the Milford Police Department and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration will give the public its 18th opportunity in nine years to prevent pill abuse and theft…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »

Joint Operation Results In Arrest

On 10.16.2019 members of the United States Marshal’s First State Fugitive Task Force and officers from Milford Police Department’s Drug Unit arrested four in a joint operation at Brightway Commons. On 10.16.2019 at approximately 2:06 pm,…

Oct 18 2019 / Read More »
Schools

We are Milford Day Planned, Nov 2

by Terry Rogers Milford School District recently announced the Inaugural We are Milford Day which will be held on the Milford High School and Milford Central Academy campuses on November 2 from 9 AM until 2…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »

MHS Continues Haunted Hallways, Oct. 25

Milford Senior High School (MHS) students are busily preparing for their 6th Annual Haunted Hallways. Each year over 2,000 Milford community members have attended this event, and this year the crowd may be even larger. It…

Oct 22 2019 / Read More »
Sports

Smyrna Trounces Bucs 42-0

By Kevin Eickman When this year’s football schedule first came out, there was a stretch of three road games against Henlopen North teams. All of them would be on the road and all of them would…

Oct 19 2019 / Read More »

Field Hockey Celebrates Seniors

Field Hockey Falls on Senior Day By Kevin Eickman While it was not the final home game of the season for the Milford field hockey team, it was the one in which they celebrated their seniors.…

Oct 19 2019 / Read More »

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