The week that was in Milford, DE: Economic development committee sets 2012 agenda; Lincoln 9-year-old publishes book; Second Street Players to perform “Cuckoo’s Nest”; Carper visits Milford; Relay For Life kicks off fundraising; Voshell to be honored; plus the Library Corner, the Art Ramble, Pinewood Derby, sports scores and much more. Click to download and […]

Public’s Help Needed to Locate Robbery Suspect

Milford Police Department The Milford Police is asking the public’s help in locating an attempted robbery suspect. Milford Police Criminal Division is investigating an attempted robbery that occurred at a business in the 100 block of SE 2nd St on 1/28/12 around 7:00pm. Investigation revealed that the suspect entered the business, displayed a handgun toward […]

Oh, Grow Up…

Budgeting Boomer’s Lisa Mallard Let’s face it, we all have that inner child that screams “I NEED THAT NOW!” And it is that inner child that has put many in the dreadful financial state that they’re in today. They thought they NEEDED; a brand new car, the latest electronic gadget, the newest gaming device, the […]

Miss Teen DE Seeking Contestants

On Saturday, March 24, 2012 at Cape Henlopen High School Theatre, contestants from across the state will be competing for more than $8,000 in scholarships with hopes to become the next Miss Delaware’s Outstanding Teen 2012. The program is still accepting contestants who live or attend school in Delaware. To enter the program more information […]

MHS Students Create Phone Book Cover

The Milford High School art class has submitted drawings for the Milford Lions Telephone book cover for many years.  Ms. Karine Richards, the MHS art teacher, helped us again this year. The 2012 phone book art winners, their families and art teacher Ms. Karine Richards, were our dinner guest at the Shawnee Golf & Country […]

Edmondson Competes at Youth America Grand Prix

Anna Edmondson, of Milford DE, competed at the Youth America Grand Prix Semi-Finals in Philadelphia, PA on January 13th. Youth America Grand Prix is the world’s largest student ballet scholarship competition. Each year over 5,000 talented students from across the globe audition at semi-final rounds. YAGP’s reputation as a showcase for dance students is such that even passing the preliminary […]

Milford Library Hosts Orlando Camp

Author of The Milford Eleven Talks about School Integration In celebration of Black History Month, the Milford Public Library and the Milford Museum are partnering to host Milford native Orlando Camp to speak with the community about his new book, The Milford Eleven. The Milford Eleven is a documentary-style look at the Brown v. Board […]

Milford Pop Warner Sees Eight Make Eastern Regional All-Academic Team

 The Milford Lil’ Bucs will be well represented this year at the Pop Warner Eastern Region Scholar Team banquet in New Jersey. Eighth grader Phil Herber, 7th grader William Kimmel, 6th graders, Kendra Kimmey and Dayton Meding, as well as 5th graders Trevor Mitchell, Faith Hurd, Keegan Andersen, and Mary Torbert were selected based on their academic success as well […]

MHS Grad Earns Doctorate Degree

Milford graduate Lauren Hitchens earned her Doctor of Chiropractic degree in September of last year and has joined Atlantic Chiropractic Associations in Milford as their newest health provider. Hitchens graduated from Milford High School in 2002 and received her Bachelor’s Degree in Phycology in 2006 from West Virginia University. During her undergraduate studies Lauren knew […]

Residents Share Concerns Over Two New Billboards

On Tuesday, February 17 the City of Milford Planning and Zoning Committee held a public hearing to discuss the construction of two billboards signs that are being proposed at Route 1 and CR 206 (Cedar Neck Road). Representatives from First State Signs, Incorporated, on behalf of Key Properties Group, and residents of the South East […]

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