Hazards of Fast Food

On August 28 Bobbi Pavlak of Extreme Total Fitness found a way to visually demonstrate to her members the health hazards associated with the consumption of fast food. Currently, displayed in the gym is a happy meal, with the date of purchase August 28, 2012 , that is exposed to air. Pavlak plans to leave […]

Milford Falls To Central 45-10

By Kevin Eickman When the Milford Buccaneers got off to a fast 2-0 start this season, there was reason for optimism. After suffering back to back defeats to Henlopen North rivals Sussex Tech and Sussex Central, there is still reason for optimism. Once again Milford was able to move the ball against a team that […]

Milford Soccer Still Seeking Identity

By Kevin Eickman With the season already more than a third of the way over, the Milford Buccaneers soccer team has found it a little difficult to remain consistent. While the record is quite respectable at 3 wins, 1 tie and 2 losses, Milford may regret two games that have slipped away. The first was […]

Police Report – September 28, 2012

Justo L. Melo of Frederica has been arrested by Milford police and charged with aggravated menacing, possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a felony, third-degree assault, criminal mischief, criminal trespass and disorderly conduct in connection with a domestic dispute on Elizabeth Street on Thursday, September 27th. Police allege that Melo followed the […]

MHS SPORTS – Week of Monday, September 24

Tuesday, September 25 Soccer – Boys Varsity Laurel HS 0, Milford HS 7 Wednesday, September 26 Cross Country Boys Milford 18, Lake Forest 43 At Milford Millponds Nature Preserve (5K): 1. James Hagen, M, 17:51, 2. Henry Phalen, M, 17:56, 3. Trevor Maloney, M, 18:22, 4. Adam Bailey, LF, 18:33, 5. Andrew Eshelman, M, 19:08, […]

New Federal Guidelines Change School Lunch Program

By Terry Rogers With the start of the new school year, many parents learned that there had been significant changes to Milford’s school lunch program, with smaller portion sizes and the requirement that children take, as part of their lunch, a vegetable or fruit and milk. According to Beverly Harp, Child Nutrition Manager at Milford […]

Welch Awarded Bayhealth Employee of the Quarter

Karen Welch, CHAA, of Harrington was named Employee of the Quarter for Milford Memorial Hospital. According to Director of Patient Access Jane Severs, MHA, FACHE, CHAM, Patient Access Supervisor Karen Welch, CHAA, is always a pleasure to work with. Welch came to Bayhealth in August 2003 as a Registrar in the overnight shift. She then […]

B&G Club Welcomes New Director

The Greater Milford Boys & Girls Club’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the arrival of the Club’s Executive Director, Tod Van Eyken. Serving as the Interim Executive Director at the Milford Club, Tod brings with him a wealth of business experience as a former executive with a Fortune 500 organization. Chosen for his […]

Oldest Living DE NAACP Member Turns 100

Now at the age of 100, local resident Essie Mae Batts Sauls Loper is the oldest living NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) member of not only the Slaughter Neck Branch but in the entire state of Delaware. Living a life filled with family and hard work, Essie has almost lived as […]

Bike To The Bay Visits Milford

Delaware’s Bike to the Bay event took place on September 22 and 23 across the state of Delaware and visited the town of Milford as riders stopped at the Milford Middle School during their journey down south. Each year Bike to the Bay attracts close to 2,000 bicyclists in support of Delawareans with multiple sclerosis. […]

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