Clam Jam Benefits Saylor Hayes

The 10th Annual Clam Jam will be held on Sunday, September 4 to benefit Saylor Hayes, a young local girl battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia. Held at the Clam Jam Headquarters, located at 20106 Beaver Dam Road in Milford, the benefit will help Saylor’s family with expenses as she has spent the greater part of the […]

City of Milford Reforms Recycling Program

Currently, the City of Milford has been offering a voluntary recycling program for residential customers as part of their overall collection program. So far, any individual who receives trash collection through the City of Milford can request the acquisition of a recycling container that will be picked up on an every other week basis. This […]

MHS Field Hockey Young But Determined

The 2011 Field Hockey team is shaping up to be a formidable force in the Henlopen Conference as they finish their preseason training and look forward to beginning the season. With a new coaching staff the Milford hockey team is also one of the youngest teams in the Conference. The team is composed of 1 […]

Eleanor Soltner Memorial Golf Outing Huge Success

The Eleanor Soltner Memorial Golf Outing committee and volunteers included: Gloria McGalagly, Lucy Mehl, Wanda Tiedemann, Bob Burd, Joe Hall, Peggy Dolby, Frank Soltner, and Joan Beck. Staff Report A gesture of appreciation by Eleanor Soltner’s family and friends turned into a major event and significant contribution for Delaware Hospice at the 1st Annual Eleanor […]

The Pink Ladies Raise Funds for Breast Cancer

Local advocates for the American Cancer Society (ACS) Cassie Whitney, Christina Powell and Susanne Whitney have put together a team to raise money and awareness for cancer research through the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Program. They call themselves J &M’s Pink Ladies (and some Dudes) and they are raising money alongside several other teams […]

Shelter at MHS Keeps Hundreds Safe

As preparation for Hurricane Irene, the Milford Senior High School became an emergency shelter for residents in the surrounding areas to assemble during the storm. The shelter established by The American Red Cross became temporary housing for 408 individuals from Friday, August 26, when it opened its doors, until Sunday, August 28 when the State […]

Earl Bradley Sentenced To 14 Life Sentences

Former pediatric physician Earl Bradley of Lewes was sentenced Friday to 14 life terms plus 164 years in prison without the possibility of parole for the sexual abuse of young patients. As part of the sentence handed down, Bradley was ordered to have no contact with his victims or their families, must submit to HIV […]

Riverfront Theater Prepares for September Performance

Rehearsals have been underway for Second Street Players’ fall musical “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change!” Off-Broadway’s phenomenal longest-running musical will open at Riverfront Theatre in Milford to celebrate the modern-day suburban mating game. Audiences will fill the theatre with laughter as the cast explores the joys of dating, romance, marriage, lovers, husbands, wives, […]

Leaders Working to Remember Forgotten Delaware Hero

State Rep. Dave Wilson (R-Cedar Creek Hundred); Tom Welch, a staffer with the Delaware Division of Museums who often portrays Allen McLane and is working to win recognition for the Revolutionary War hero; and State Rep. Harvey Kenton (R-Milford). Delaware House of Representatives Release Delawarean Allen McLane was one of the American Revolution’s most intriguing […]

Earthquake Hits East Coast

On Tuesday, August 23 around 1:51pm the greater Milford area, along with most of the Eastern Coast of the United States experiences the tremors from a 5.8 magnitude earthquake. The epicenter was in a small rural town known as Mineral Virginia which is located between Charlottesville and Richmond. The U.S. Geological Survey reported that the […]

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