Chemical Agent Found At Seawatch

On Friday, July 29 emergency crews were called to Sewatch International, located on Rehoboth Boulevard in Milford, after plant employees discovered what they thought was a leaking ordnance on a conveyer belt used to separate clams. After first responders viewed what they thought was an military munition, the Dover Air Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) […]

Update: Williams Apprehended

Rollie Williams, who was wanted in connection with a robbery in the Wal-Mart parking lot on Wednesday, June 20th, was apprehended in Maryland by Cambridge police and later extradited to Milford on Wednesday, June 27th. He was charged with first-degree robbery with a victim 62 or older, second-degree conspiracy and offensive touching. Williams was arraigned […]

Chirdon Dreams Of Owning Bakery

By Kristen Gloss Everyone wants to find something they are passionate about and to have a dream.  For Delaware Technical Community College freshman Emily Chirdon, her passion is creating sweets that make those around her just as happy as she is when she bakes.  This Milford-grown girl dreams of owning her own bakery and her […]

CVS Looks To Build At Rt. 113-14 Intersection

The Development and Advisory Commission (DAC) met on Wednesday, June 20 to discuss the possibility of a newly built CVS Pharmacy on the former Hammond Cadillac site on the crossroads of Route 14 and Route 113 in Milford. Representative from engineering firm Davis, Bowen & Friedel Inc., Jamie Sechler, submitted the preliminary plans to DAC […]

Raptors Win Pitching Machine Championship

The Raptors are the 2012 Milford Little League Pitching Machine Champions Bottom row from left to right: Jack Donahue, Nick LoBiondo, Tyler Smith, Ethan Reynolds, Roman Stump. Middle row: Kirk Hammer, Mitch Leighty, Sam Sickles, Wyatt Skinner. Top row: Manager Bill Sickles, Coaches Lance Skinner, John Donahue, DJ Stump, TH Leighty. Not pictured : Caleb Stewart.

School Board Reviews New Start Times

By Kristen Gloss As with any change, the school board faces both approval and discontent, however school board official Renate Wiley believes that the change in school hours “meets most of the needs of our students, though it isn’t perfect.” The current proposed start and end times for the upcoming school year would be 7:45 […]

Milford Mentor Program Continues Success

The Milford Motivation Program recently celebrated the success of their third year of developing mentor-mentee relationships in the Milford School District. A large initiative in the First State by First Lady Carla Markell, volunteerism has continued to grow in Milford as the Motivation Program uses only volunteers to support mentor assistance for local children. Since […]

Madanat Completes Eagle Scout Project

By Madi Dodge Dakota Madanat, an incoming senior at Milford High School armed with a great sense of humor, dedication, and a wonderful zest for life has been scouting with the Boy Scouts of America for the past nine years, after beginning his career in the fourth grade. “I always really wanted to be a […]

Milford Soldier Returns Home

During the past 4 years, Will Schuler of Milford has been serving his country in the Delaware National Guard as part of the 1049th Transportation Company. Living his entire life in the Greater Milford Area, Will found himself stationed halfway across the globe in the deserts of Northern Afghanistan. Entrenched in the Islamic culture and […]

Local Artist Pursues Children’s Book

Local artist, W.J. Walton, has been fascinated with the art of writing since he was just a child. In his eyes, the beauty of the written word is its ability to transfer the reader to alternate planes of reality. Through his newest venture, Walton will be taking on the role of creator as he writes […]

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