Replacement of Bridge Will Require the Closure of Marshall Street

Released from DELDOT On Tuesday, September 4 until Tuesday, October 30, pending weather, Delaware Department of Transportation’s (DELDOT)’s contractor, Zack Excavating will be replacing the bridge structure over Herring Branch on Marshall Street between McCoy Street and Gilcrist Street in Milford. This project involves the replacement of the existing corrugated metal pipes with a precast […]

MHS Football Prepares For Winning Season

As the summer begins to come to a close our athletes at Milford Senior High School begin their conditioning for the 2012 fall sports season. On Monday, August 17 preseason practice began across the entire state as athletes from Milford prepared for another year. With only a few weeks before the fall sports season begins, […]

Johnson Opens Hidden Gem Boutique Downtown

Milford native, Darron Johnson, opened the doors to his newest business in downtown Milford on Saturday, August 25. The Hidden Gem Boutique, located at 28 South West Front Street, will help to extend the area of the downtown Milford business district as the second business in three months to open on South West Front Street. […]

Tailgate Tuesdays Celebrate 4 Years

Meding’s Seafood is celebrating its forth year hosting Tailgate Tuesdays at their location on Route 1 north of Milford. Started in 2008 by Robbie Meding as just a few friends getting together to share their cars, experiences and a good time, the weekly event now brings in between 50 and 80 cars on Tuesday nights. […]

Riverwalk Freedom Festival Kicks Off 11th Year

Milford’s largest annual outdoor festival will be held next weekend as the Chamber of Commerce for Greater Milford prepares to celebrate the 11th anniversary of September 11 with the Riverwalk Freedom Festival from Thursday, September 6 to Saturday, September 8. What originally started out to be a one-day event has evolved into a fun-filled, three-day […]

Milford Humanities Lectures Begin September

Two of Milford’s leading and most respected organizations have collaborated to bring a series of lectures to the community of Milford. The Milford Lions Club and the Milford Public Library will host six speakers provided by the Delaware Humanities Forum. They will present a wide variety of topics. The lectures, appropriate for teens through seniors […]

Delaware Congressional Delegation Sponsors Veteran Job Fair

By Terry Rogers With over 857,000 unemployed veterans in the United States, Delaware’s Congressional Delegation, Senator Tom Carper, Senator Chris Coons and Representative John Carney are dedicated to helping Delaware veterans obtain employment. On Friday, August 24, the congressmen sponsored the second Veteran’s Job Fair in the state at Milford High School from 10 am […]

Electric Substation Closer To Reality

On Tuesday, August 20 the City of Milford took one step closer to the construction of the new electric interconnection located just to the south of the DSWA Transfer Station on US 113 by annexing the necessary property to construct the interconnection point from Delmarva Power. The property, located on South DuPont Blvd, consisting of […]

Valenzuela to Speak at Republican National Convention

UPDATE: Here is the video of Sher Valenzuela’s speech to the Republican National Committee. ORIGINAL STORY:   Staff Report Milford businesswoman Sher Valenzuela, the Republican candidate for Lt. Governor in Delaware is scheduled to speak Tuesday evening in a prime-time address to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida. Valenzuela will take the stage in […]


The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: Valenzuela to address Republican National Convention in primetime; Electric substation closer to reality; Milford schools begin 2012-13 year; Congressional delegation hosts veterans job fair in Milford; Opaliski & Simpson seek Senate seat; MPD, Mills win first “Blue Diamond Awards”; Riverwalk Festival kicks off 11th year; Johnson opens […]

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