This Week’s MILFORD REVIEW

The stories of the week from Milford, DE: Bravery of strangers saves lives in house fire; School board reviews new start times; Milford soldier returns home; CVS looks to build at 14/113 intersection; Chirdon dreams of owning bakery; Madanat completes Eagle Scout project; Local artist to create children’s book; Mentor program continues success; plus stories about People’s Place, the planned aquarium, dinner & theatre, the Lions club and much more. Download and read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/MilfordReview062612.pdf

 

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