This Week’s MILFORD REVIEW

The headlines of the week for Milford, DE: Permit fee to help police department falls short; New districtwide school attendance policy adopted; Rider event remembers Chip Vaughn; Oldest living DE NAACP member turns 100; Boys & Girls Club welcomes new director; Bike To The Bay rolls through Milford; New federal guidelines change school lunch program; Drug take-back scheduled for Sept. 29; Oktoberfest slated for October 5-6; plus a full wrap-up of the week in sports and much more. Download and read this week’s edition at https://new.delawarelive.com/ML/review/MilfordReview92512.pdf

 

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