Culture

The Weekly Review – March 31, 2020 »

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/March%2031.pdf  Headlines of the week:   MSD Moves to Online Classrooms; Girls Create Masks from the Heart; Movie Theater to Open this Fall; Reconnect while Sheltering…

Mar 31 2020 / Read More »

Reconnect while Sheltering in Place »

by Terry Rogers  On Sunday, March 22, Governor John Carney issued a “Shelter in Place” order, asking Delaware residents to remain home, only leaving to restock supplies or visit medical…

Mar 30 2020 / Read More »
Government & Politics

Gov. Requires Businesses to Strictly Comply with Social Distancing »

On Wednesday, April 1, 2010 Governor John Carney signed the ninth modification to his State of Emergency declaration, further limiting…

Apr 1 2020 / Read More »

Positive COVID-19 Test at Stevenson House »

on Tuesday, March 31, The Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DSCYF)  announced that a staff…

Mar 31 2020 / Read More »

Early Trout Season Opens in DE »

Take advantage of the early opening of the upstate trout season for adult anglers on Tuesday, March 31 to help…

Mar 31 2020 / Read More »

Governor Orders Travelers to Self-Quarantine »

On Sunday, March 29, Governor John Carney signed the seventh modification to his State of Emergency declaration, ordering all out-of-state…

Mar 30 2020 / Read More »
Business

Movie Theater to Open this Fall »

by Terry Rogers Arthur Helmick, owner of the new Movies 6 in Milford, which will be constructed in the old Sitel/Walmart building on Route 113, says that Milfordians can rest assured that there will be a movie theater in Milford. He hopes to have the…

Mar 31 2020 / Read More »

Perdue Employees Test Positive for COVID-19 »

By Leslie Shaffer In a letter to their associates, Perdue Farms stated that two employees have tested positive for COVID-19. According to officials at Perdue, “The infected associates are in quarantine for 14 days while they recuperate.” Due to established privacy laws, the company will…

Mar 30 2020 / Read More »

Restaurants Adapt During COVID-19 »

by Terry Rogers On March 16, Governor John Carney announced that bars and restaurants in Delaware must close their doors in order to combat the COVID-19 virus spread, allowing them to only provide take-out or delivery services. On March 18, the Governor relaxed liquor laws,…

Mar 24 2020 / Read More »
Food & Dining

Thirteen Culinary Students Earn Careers »

Thirteen students from The Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware celebrated their achievements today during a graduation ceremony for the 26th class at…

Dec 17 2019 / Read More »
Business

Movie Theater to Open this Fall

by Terry Rogers Arthur Helmick, owner of the new Movies 6 in Milford, which will be constructed in the old Sitel/Walmart building on Route 113, says that Milfordians can rest assured that there will be a…

Mar 31 2020 / Read More »
Culture

The Weekly Review – March 31, 2020

Read this week’s edition at https://milfordlive.com/review/March%2031.pdf  Headlines of the week:   MSD Moves to Online Classrooms; Girls Create Masks from the Heart; Movie Theater to Open this Fall; Reconnect while Sheltering in Place; Perdue employees test positive…

Mar 31 2020 / Read More »
Food & Dining

Thirteen Culinary Students Earn Careers

Thirteen students from The Culinary School at the Food Bank of Delaware celebrated their achievements today during a graduation ceremony for the 26th class at the Food Bank’s Milford facility. The graduates were Nyger Allah, Chanda…

Dec 17 2019 / Read More »
Government & Politics

Gov. Requires Businesses to Strictly Comply with Social Distancing

On Wednesday, April 1, 2010 Governor John Carney signed the ninth modification to his State of Emergency declaration, further limiting public gatherings and ordering essential businesses to take specific steps to enforce social distancing and fight…

Apr 1 2020 / Read More »
Health

DE COVID-19 Cases Increases to 673

The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is announcing 80 additional positive cases bringing the total cases related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) to 673, including 6 new hospitalizations across the state. No new fatalities were reported…

Apr 5 2020 / Read More »

Delaware COVID-19 cases reach 593

The Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) is announcing 143 additional positive cases bringing the total cases related to coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) to 593, including 32 new hospitalizations across the state. No new fatalities were reported…

Apr 4 2020 / Read More »
Police & Fire

Police Station Referendum Postponed indefinitely

CANCELATION NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THE            Public Hearing on March 23, 2020 & Special Borrowing Election tentatively scheduled on April 25, 2020 FOR THE AUTHORIZATION TO ISSUE GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDS,…

Mar 20 2020 / Read More »

Charged After Striking Two People With Vehicle

On 03.07.2020 at approximatley 3:11 pm, officers from the Milford Police Department’s Patrol Division responded to the parking lot of Walmart on North DuPont Boulevard (US Rt 113) to a report of two people being struck…

Mar 10 2020 / Read More »
Schools

MSD Moves to Online Classrooms

by Terry Rogers   Starting Thursday, April 2, Milford School District will move to a hybrid distance learning method designed to serve students at all grade levels. The hybrid version means that distance learning will be…

Mar 31 2020 / Read More »

Gov Carney Closes Schools Through May 15

Governor John Carney on Monday ordered all Delaware schools to remain closed through at least Friday, May 15 to fight the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). “On March 13, after significant discussion with superintendents and charter school…

Mar 23 2020 / Read More »
Sports

Swimming Finishes Season Strong

By Kevin Eickman Back in January we looked at the Milford boy’s and girls swimming teams. At that time the girls were at the 5-4 Mark and the boys were 3-7. Milford had a few swimmers…

Mar 31 2020 / Read More »

Parsley-Blocker Proudly Leads Liberty

By Kevin Eickman For most people, finding your place in the world can take some time. For a lucky few however, you find your calling very early in life. In the case of Milford High School…

Mar 24 2020 / Read More »

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