Police Need Public’s Help Identifying Theft Suspect

The Milford Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying suspects in an Identity Theft that occurred at Walmart Department Store on 12/29/10. All 3 suspects entered Walmart and used the victim’s credit card account information to purchase merchandise. The male suspect is described as a black male, 20 to 30yo, 150 to 175lbs, […]

Second Street Players Present Toy School

The Second Street Players of Milford will present the play “Toy School” in their Children’s Dessert Theatre series on March 5 and 6 at 1 PM at their Riverfront Theatre, 2 S. Walnut Street in Milford. A cast of 18 ranging from ages 8 and up will portray a collection of toys that must first […]

Reynolds Helps Team to Winning Season

Rony Baltazar For varsity shooting guard Kaitlin Reynolds, basketball is what she breathes and eats; basically it’s her whole life. Well, she does have a twin sister, but only she got the basketball gene. Consequently, she loves basketball. Reynolds, a junior at Milford High who wears No. 5 on the girls’ varsity basketball team, loves […]

Seniors Play Last Regular-season Game

Caleb Primos With more than eight seniors playing in their last regular-season high school game on Thursday night, the Milford High boys’ basketball team looked to pull out a win in a much anticipated game against Dover High. By the game’s end, they had, 65-50. Earlier in the season, the Bucs lost a heart breaker […]

Downes Announces Run for City Council

Gary Downes made his official announcement to run for Milford City Council on Monday, February 21 at City Hall. Gary will be running in Ward 2 to replace Councilman Jason Adkins who decided in January not to run for reelection. He stated the reason for his decision to run for office was because of the […]

Milford Student Appointed to West Point

 Senior Caleb Primos received an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point, NY earlier this month. The oldest of the five United States service academies, West Point is a prestigious and impressive accomplishment for Caleb and his family.  Caleb was nominated for the West Point appointment by U.S. Senators Ted Kaufman and […]

Chamber Holds First Community Forum In 25 Years

The Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford held their first community forum in over 25 years. Over 30 non-profits and businesses were represented at the meeting which was held at the Milford Parks and Recreation building on Thursday, February 17. Among the organizations present were Bayhealth Medical Center, Milford Ministerium, Downtown Milford Inc., DuPont Nature […]

Milford Man Held in Sexual Assault Investigation

Saturday evening February 19, 2011 Delaware State Police charged Dennis W. Rogers 3rd of Milford Delaware following a sexual assault investigation.    State Troopers patrolling the Woodland Beach Parking lot around 11:30 p.m. came across a Jeep Liberty sport utility vehicle parked in the lot afterhours.  The Jeep Liberty was occupied by Dennis W. Rogers […]

The Causey Homes Legacy

By Terry Rogers Peter Foster Causey was Governor of the State of Delaware from 1855-1859 and was a delegate to the Whig National Convention in 1839. In the late 1840’s, secret anti-immigration groups began to form, and these groups collectively became known as the “Know Nothings”. This name was given to them due to the […]

Boys’ Basketball Outscore Opponents by 250 points

By Sean Marraffini Offense has been the name of the game for Buccaneers basketball and that name won’t change as they finish the season and prepare for the state tournament.  “The key to our offense is the running game,” said head coach B.J. Joseph. “We do it in hopes that others can’t keep up with […]

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